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Forbes HeadlinesJan 25, 2020
Global Stock Market's Diagnosis On China Coronavirus: Sell
Chinese health officials are facing criticism for the early handling of the disease.

MarketWatchJan 24, 2020
Market Snapshot: Stocks close at lowest level in over a week as spread of China virus worries investors
Stocks slid to their lowest close in over a week Friday on concern the spread of China's coronavirus may disrupt travel and trade and slow global economic growth.

Reuters Company NewsJan 24, 2020
GLOBAL MARKETS-China virus fears spook U.S. shares, oil prices
* European shares jump as positive PMI paints rosier picture (Updates with close of U.S. trading)

Yahoo BusinessJan 24, 2020
Stocks Post Biggest Drop Since October on Virus: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- The spread of a deadly respiratory virus rattled global markets, sending U.S. stocks lower and fueling demand for havens in government bonds and gold. Oil fell for a fourth day on concern the outbreak will dent economic growth.The S&P 500 Index posted its biggest drop since October amid reports that U.S. officials had confirmed two more cases of the illness, which originated in China and has also spread to several countries in Asia and to Europe. Benchmark Treasury yields fell to a three-month low, while the dollar advanced for a second day.Investors are exercising caution with stocks close to all-time highs, cognizant of the chance the respiratory virus migrates across the world and develops into a more devastating pandemic like the SARS illness that emerged 17 years ago. Officials in China boosted travel restrictions to cover 40 million people to contain the virus's spread."Investors can't help but be unnerved by constant headlines of new cases all over the world," said Alec Young, managing director of global markets research at FTSE Russell. "To make matters worse, the market will be closed when we get the next update on the virus' spread over the weekend. As such, this is quickly turning into a sell first, ask questions later environment."In company news, United Airlines Holdings Inc. and American Airlines Group Inc. each slid more than 3% on concern the virus will limit demand for air travel and tourism. Financial shares also sank, with Citigroup Inc. down almost 2% as UBS warned th
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