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Yahoo BusinessFeb 28, 2020
World Stock Rout Extends With U.S. Futures Sliding: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Fear gripped Asian markets Friday and U.S. futures extended losses after the biggest rout for equities on Wall Street since 2011, with investors flocking to the yen to find shelter from the economic impact of the spreading coronavirus.With the likes of Citigroup Inc. analysts saying they want to see markets "closer to panic" before going all-in on global equities, there was no appetite for dip-buying ahead of the weekend. Japan's Topix Index slid over 4%, and Shanghai and Sydney saw declines of in excess of 3%. Nasdaq futures tumbled more than 2% after a 5% plunge Thursday and European contracts indicated another big slide at the open.New Zealand's dollar fell 1%-plus as the country reported its first case of the virus and investors bet on policy easing from the central bank. Meantime, crude oil collapsed below $46 a barrel. U.S. and Australian 10-year yields were at or near record lows.Global shares are on course for the worst week since the 2008 crisis, down more than 10% from this month's peak. That's after California said it's monitoring 8,400 people for signs of the virus after they had traveled to Asia, confirmed cases in South Korea topped 2,000 and Japan began shutting down schools."The markets are terrified that the disruption is going to hit GDP and then will hit profits at some stage," Andrew Freris, chief executive of Ecognosis Advisory Co in London, told Bloomberg TV. "The only thing central banks can do is cut interest rates, and cutting interest rates isn't going to do a

CNBC BusinessFeb 27, 2020
Etsy shares pop 14% on strong quarterly report. CEO says company feels 'very resilient' to coronavirus impact
"A lot of people are worried about their supply chain," CEO Josh Silverman said, adding "Etsy makers are already working from home, so we feel resilient."

Yahoo BusinessFeb 27, 2020
Baidu Becomes Latest Tech Giant to Deliver Disappointing Outlook
(Bloomberg) -- Baidu Inc. predicted revenue may slide as much as 13% this quarter, joining its fellow technology giants in warning about the impact of the deadly coronavirus.China's internet search leader forecast a 5% to 13% plunge in sales to between 21 billion yuan ($3 billion) and 22.9 billion yuan in the March quarter, missing an average projection for 23.4 billion yuan. Its U.S.-traded shares slid as much as 1.6% in extended trading.From Microsoft Corp. and Apple Inc. to Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., the world's largest corporations have either scaled back on projections or warned of a hit to their operations from Covid-19. Apart from the uncertainty of the outbreak, Baidu has been grappling with a slowing home economy and competition from upstarts like ByteDance Inc. that've lured advertisers away and depressed marketing rates. Chief Executive Officer Robin Li said it will take time for the world's No. 2 economy to recover."The return of economic growth will be a long-term issue after the epidemic, but many new opportunities are emerging," the billionaire founder told employees in an internal memo obtained by Bloomberg.Certain businesses can thrive despite the epidemic, including online entertainment and education, Li added. Baidu's Netflix-style unit iQiyi Inc. projected a better-than-expected revenue gain of 2% to 8% this quarter."The virus has affected consumer spending, so naturally advertisers will want to postpone their budgets," said David Dai, a Hong Kong-based analyst with Bernstein
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