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Dow Futures Lost 4.5% on Friday, Asian Market Nosedive as U.S. Fiscal Stimulus Bill Stalls

The fiscal stimulus bill presented by the Trump government failed to receive a key Senate vote and was halted from passing. The Democrats said that the bill did little to help out workers and more to bail out companies.The coronavirus pandemic continues to hit the global markets and the number of infected cases is on a steep rise. The U.S. Stock futures plunged in the early morning on Monday as Wall Street awaits an economic stimulus from the Trump government.Today, early morning 6 am, the...

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Chinese Stocks Plunged in February on Account of Coronavirus, Markets Bounce Back

On account of the coronavirus outbreak, China’s manufacturing output has plunged to record lows in February as several factories were shut down. Central banks across the globe are willing to take corrective measures to ensure financial stability.The Chinese economic outlook is turning from bad to worse over the rising number of infected coronavirus cases, the Chinese stocks fell drastically. Last month, the Chinese government asked all companies and manufacturing units to shut down their...

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Dow Futures Slide 400 Points as Coronavirus Cases Surge Outside China

Global markets across Europe and Asia have plunged severely on Monday as South Korea and Italy report several new affected cases of the coronavirus on Sunday. Analysts request investors to maintain caution at this stage.At press time, the Dow Jones Industrial Average Futures lost over 400 points to 28,540 levels. At the Monday opening, the stock futures are having a massive bloodbath on Wall Street as the coronavirus cases outside China surge significantly.As the possibility of the global...

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Coronavirus Confirmed Cases Surge by 15,000 Crashing Asian Markets

The coronavirus outbreak seems to be getting worse instead of getting better and the Asian markets have crashed in response to a 45% surge in confirmed cases.For a few days now, the general atmosphere about the state of the coronavirus outbreak in China has been somewhat optimistic. This is because it was generally thought that the epidemic was slowly starting to resolve and might soon peak. However, a new development shows that the coronavirus epidemic is a lot worse and markets are tumbling...

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Stocks Crash over 7% on China Due to Coronavirus as Markets Reopen after New Year Holiday

As it was predicted by market analysts last week, the coronavirus epidemic plunged stocks in mainland China as markets reopened. The markets had remained closed because the government extended the Lunar New Year Holiday in efforts to curb the spread of the outbreak. Before now, the world was already feeling the effects of the spread. Several financial markets had plunged and now, China has joined the plunge.Coronavirus Crashes Stocks in ChinaOn Monday, stocks generally crashed by at least 7%....

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‘Phase One’ of U.S.-China Trade Deal Done, Asian Stocks React Differently

United States trade representative Robert Lighthizer said on Sunday that the “phase one” of the U.S.-China trade deal is “totally done”. Among several conditions, one of them is regarding China buying more of U.S. agricultural products. As per Lighthizer’s words, the U.S. exports to China will be doubled from now on. He added that the exact date and location for signing the agreement are to be determined.The thing is, the tensions among the two countries were rapidly growing during the last...

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