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MarketWatch MarketPulseFeb 18, 2020
China marketing company Acorn shares hit as exec chair pulls bid over coronavirus fears
U.S.-listed shares of China brand and marketing company Acorn International Inc. slid 10% Tuesday, after its executive chairman said he was pulling an offer for the company made in November because of risks relating to the coronavirus. Robert Roche said in a letter to the Shanghai-based company that he and shareholders of a buyer vehicle were not willing to pursue a $19.50 per American Depositary Share offering made in a Nov. 4 letter. The parties are willing to continuing talks with a special committee formed to review the offer. "No additional terms or proposals have been discussed at this time and there can be no assurance that negotiations will continue or that a revised offer will be made, that any agreement related to the Acquisition will be reached, or that the Acquisition or any other similar transaction will be consummated," said the letter. Shares have fallen 42% in the last 12 months, while the S&P 500 has gained 22%.

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Yahoo BusinessFeb 18, 2020
Billionaire Ray Dalio Pulls the Trigger on 3 "Strong Buy" Stocks
As coronavirus fears run rampant throughout the world, investors are turning to Wall Street titans for guidance, namely Ray Dalio. Founding hedge fund Bridgewater Associates in 1975, the firm now boasts $160 billion worth of assets under management, with Dalio alone estimated to be worth $18.7 billion.Dalio, who has looked at the impact of past pandemics and virus outbreaks on the market, called the current reaction to the coronavirus overblown, noting that the concerns "probably had a bit of an exaggerated effect on the pricing of assets because of the temporary nature of that..." He added, "It most likely will be something that in another year or two will be well beyond what everyone will be talking about."While the billionaire does acknowledge that it's difficult to gauge what the full extent of the virus will be, he argues that diversifying across currencies, asset classes and geographical regions could prove to be the best strategy. Additionally, Dalio believes investors should pay attention to issues related to wealth and political gaps, the emergence of China, technology and the environment that could emerge from the public health crisis."What concerns me most if you did have a downturn -- we are now 11 years in expansion -- whether that's one, two, three years forward, with the larger polarity that exists, the wealth gap and the political gap," Dalio commented.Looking into Bridgewater's basket of stocks, we've chosen three of the fund's new holdings that TipRanks' Stock Screener reveals as "s

Reuters Company NewsFeb 18, 2020
EMERGING MARKETS-Latam assets shaky on fears of virus impact on companies
Latin American stocks and currencies slipped on Tuesday, after Apple Inc's sales warning stoked worries of how the coronavirus outbreak in China could affect companies and global supply chains. The world's most valuable technology company said it will miss its March quarter
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