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Fact-checking Tom Cotton's claims about the coronavirus - CNN
Fact-checking Tom Cotton's claims about the coronavirus  CNNCoronavirus Live Updates: Over 150 Million Chinese Are Under Coronavirus Lockdown  The New York TimesCoronavirus live updates: Moody's says economic growth to slow across APAC, lowers China forecast  CNBCHelen Raleigh: Coronavirus outbreak will have an immense long-term impact  Fox News

Reuters Company NewsFeb 18, 2020
PRECIOUS-Gold scales two-week high as coronavirus hits business
Gold climbed to a two-week high on Tuesday as investors sought safe havens after a revenue warning from iPhone maker Apple due to coronavirus, exacerbating fears of the outbreak's impact on global economic growth.

MarketWatchFeb 18, 2020
Need to Know: ‘Equities will continue to march higher,' though rotation into value will wait until coronavirus fears recede, strategist argues
The combination of low inflation risk, solid growth outlook, and high earnings yields will keep driving stocks higher, argues one strategist.

MarketWatchFeb 18, 2020
NewsWatch: Stocks to march higher, but switch into value delayed until virus fears recede, strategist argues
The combination of low inflation risk, solid growth outlook, and high earnings yields will keep driving stocks higher, argues one strategist.

Reuters BusinessFeb 18, 2020
Walmart sees slowing online sales growth after lackluster holiday quarter
Walmart Inc forecast slowing online growth for the year on Tuesday after reporting weak results for the holiday quarter that suggested it was leaking sales to Amazon.com.

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Yahoo BusinessFeb 18, 2020
U.S. Futures Fall After Apple Warning; Bonds Gain: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. equity-index futures fell along with European stocks on Tuesday after Apple Inc. said quarterly sales would miss forecasts, spooking investors who had hoped for a limited economic impact from the deadly coronavirus. Treasuries rose as American markets re-opened after a holiday.Contracts on the three major U.S. equity benchmarks dropped, with Apple shares slumping as much as 4.2% in pre-market trading after the iPhone maker warned on both production and sales disruptions due to the epidemic. In Europe, tech companies were among the biggest laggards in the Stoxx 600 index as Apple suppliers including Dialog Semiconductor Plc and AMS AG slid. HSBC Plc tumbled the most in three years after saying it will slash jobs in a "fundamental restructuring," while also flagging risks due to the virus.Equity benchmarks in Tokyo, Seoul and Hong Kong saw declines of over 1%, while stocks in Shanghai fluctuated. European bonds climbed, while the euro edged lower after a German investor-confidence index plunged. Brent crude oil snapped a five-day rally.Corporate reports on Tuesday raised renewed concerns about the coronavirus impact, even as the growth rate of cases in China's Hubei province -- the epicenter of the disease -- continues to stabilize. It's a turnaround from Monday, when sentiment was lifted by Chinese policy makers' moves to support companies hit by the prolonged shutdown of large parts of the country. BHP Group said commodity prices will take a hit if the fallout extends beyond the end

Reuters Company NewsFeb 18, 2020
UPDATE 1-Walmart sees slowing online sales growth after lackluster holiday quarter
Walmart Inc forecast slowing online sales growth for the year after missing Wall Street expectations for quarterly sales and profit, hurt by a shorter holiday season and lower demand for apparel, toys and electronics.
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