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HONG KONG (AP): Shares fell in Asia on Thursday (Feb 27) after President Donald Trump announced the US was stepping up its efforts to combat the virus outbreak that began in China, as the number of cases surpassed 81,000.
SINGAPORE: Oil and Asian share markets slipped on Thursday, struggling to find a footing as the rapid global spread of the coronavirus left investors on edge and seeking safety in gold and bonds
NEW YORK: Stocks and oil prices resumed their fall on Wednesday after authorities said more than 80 people were being monitored for the novel coronavirus in New York state's Long Island, adding to concern over its spread in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
TOKYO (AP): Asian shares fell Wednesday (Feb 26) on growing fears the spread of Covid-19 may be unstoppable, hurting global growth considerably.
KUALA LUMPUR: The double whammy of political uncertainties after the collapse of the Pakatan Harapan government and the Covid-19 threat saw Bursa Malaysia notching losses in early Wednesday trade.
NEW YORK:Stocks and oil prices tumbled again on Tuesday and the benchmark U.S. debt yield hit a record low on growing concern about the effects of the spread of coronavirus on the global economy.
PETALING JAYA: After a brutal trading day on Monday that wiped out RM44bil from the Main and ACE markets, Bursa Malaysia staged a technical rebound on Tuesday amid the country’s continuing political stalemate.
LONDON/TOKYO: Share prices around the world, particularly in Japan, took a hit Tuesday (Feb 25) amid mounting fears about the economic impact of the Covid-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. But an anticipated solid opening on Wall Street provided some hope that the current bout of selling might ease.
NEW YORK: Stocks across the globe fell by the most since mid-2016 on Monday and oil prices tumbled as a jump in coronavirus cases outside of China drove investors to the perceived safety of gold and government bonds on fears of the impact on the global economy.
BANGKOK (AP): Shares skidded, oil prices sank and the price of gold surged on Monday (Feb 24) as the number of people infected or killed by the viral outbreak that began in China surged, heaping more uncertainty on the economic outlook.