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Reuters Company NewsFeb 21, 2020
WRAPUP 7-Hundreds infected in Chinese prisons as coronavirus cases jump beyond epicentre
The new coronavirus has infected hundreds of people in Chinese prisons, authorities said on Friday, contributing to a jump in reported cases beyond the epidemic's epicentre in Hubei province, including 100 more in South Korea.

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Reuters Company NewsFeb 21, 2020
US STOCKS-Wall St set to fall again as coronavirus spreads beyond China
* Futures down: Dow 0.33%, S&P 0.34%, Nasdaq 0.31% (Adds comment, updates prices)

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CNBC FinanceFeb 21, 2020
Stock market live updates: Dow futures dip 60 points, JPMorgan sees 'sell signals'
A discussion of what's moving the market on Friday, including the coronavirus.

Reuters Company NewsFeb 21, 2020
GLOBAL MARKETS-Yen regains footing as coronavirus spread knocks stocks
* Graphic: World FX rates in 2020 http://tmsnrt.rs/2egbfVh (Releads; updates prices throughout)

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US STOCKS-Futures slide as coronavirus spreads beyond China (Reuters Company News)

Reuters Company NewsFeb 21, 2020
WRAPUP 5-Coronavirus on G20 agenda as China reports uptick in cases
China reported an uptick in new cases of coronavirus on Friday, boosted by more than 200 people testing positive for the disease in two prisons outside of Hubei province, the epicentre of the outbreak.

Reuters BusinessFeb 21, 2020
King Dollar rules as virus threatens global growth
A powerful surge in the dollar threatens to magnify the pain for companies and nations already struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus.

Reuters BusinessFeb 21, 2020
Oil retreats in face of renewed coronavirus uncertainties
Oil prices fell on Friday as a rise in new cases of coronavirus and weak Asian data fuelled uncertainty about the economic outlook while leading crude producers appeared to be in no rush to curb output.

Wall Street Journal US BusinessFeb 21, 2020
Coronavirus Impact on Global Economy More Muted Than Expected
The epidemic is taking a toll on businesses in Europe and Japan, but the initial economic impact has been more modest than feared, according to fresh surveys.

CNBC BusinessFeb 21, 2020
Coronavirus live updates: Outbreak in Chinese prisons, South Korea cases exceed 200
South Korea has confirmed an additional 48 cases of the coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 204.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseFeb 21, 2020
COVID-19 tally: 76,767 cases, 2,247, 100 new cases in South Korea
The World Health Organization said Friday that there are 76,767 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 2,247 deaths, marking another day in which the number of new cases worldwide has slowed. In early February, the number of new cases reported each day was rising by at least 3,000. There are 1,019 new cases worldwide, 100 of which are in South Korea, which has seen a large uptick in cases in recent days. There are now 204 confirmed cases in South Korea. There are 15 confirmed cases in the U.S. although some U.S. nationals who had been on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which has reported 634 cases and 2 deaths, have been diagnosed with the virus. COVID-19 is a novel coronavirus that was first diagnosed in humans in December in Wuhan, China. The outbreak has largely shut down Hubei Province, home to Wuhan, and slowed or halted factory production and consumer spending in China.

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FT.com - USFeb 21, 2020
Coronavirus latest: China vows to ‘liquidate' virus by end of March
In the secretive art market, new anti-money laundering legislation has landed like a bomb

Google Business NewsFeb 21, 2020
T-Mobile, Sprint Revise Deal Terms After Regulatory Approval - Yahoo Finance
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MarketWatch Breaking NewsFeb 21, 2020
Fed's Bullard says there is a high probability coronavirus shock is temporary
Fed's Bullard says there is a high probability coronavirus shock is temporary

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Automotive News Breaking NewsFeb 21, 2020
Daimler warns of 'significant adverse effects' of coronavirus outbreak
The German automaker said in its annual report that the outbreak poses risks to its sales, production, and purchasing, as well as economic growth in China and other countries.



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MarketWatch MarketPulseFeb 21, 2020
Fed's Bostic says coronavirus will likely be 'short-time hit' to economy
Business contacts in the Atlanta Fed region expect only a temporary disruption from the COVID-19 outbreak, Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said Friday. "I think this is going to be like a short-time hit," Bostic said in an interview on CNBC. While that is the baseline expectation, new information on the deadly virus is coming in every day, he noted. Bostic said he expected strong growth and low inflation ahead for the U.S. economy. There is no need for the Fed to cut interest rates, he said. "I have no impulses really to think that we need to do anything with our policy stance different from where we are today," Bostic said. "The economy is strong. It can stand on its own feet and it can grow pretty consistently. And so we should let it do that," he said. The recent fall in bond yields is partly due to safe-haven flows into U.S. markets, Bostic said. The 30-year bond yield hit an all-time low of 1.93% Friday morning.

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CNBC EconomyFeb 21, 2020
Expectations for a rate cut will fade as coronavirus fear eases, Fed's James Bullard says
Central bank officials have indicated that they are content to keep policy on hold as they watch economic developments play out.

MarketWatchFeb 21, 2020
Europe Markets: European stocks drift lower as virus spread offsets data showing better economy
European stocks slipped on Friday, as worries about the coronavirus spreading beyond China offset indications the economy is improving.

Reuters Company NewsFeb 21, 2020
European shares fall as investors eye data showing virus impact
European shares dropped on Friday as markets awaited a local reading on economic health to gauge the extent of the impact of the coronavirus on business activity in the bloc.

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Reuters Company NewsFeb 21, 2020
CANADA STOCKS-TSX futures dip as oil prices fall on fears over coronavirus outbreak
Stock futures for Canada's main equity index slipped on Friday, dragged by a fall in oil prices on renewed uncertainty over the impact of the coronavirus epidemic.

MarketWatch MarketPulseFeb 21, 2020
Coca-Cola lifts dividend by 2.5% as it forecasts coronavirus hit in the first quarter
The Coca-Cola Company said it's raising its dividend by 2.5% to 41 cents a share, payable April 1 to shareholders of record on March 16. Coca-Cola said it's still expecting to reach its full-year guidance as it said the Covid-19 will weigh on first-quarter results. Coca-Cola said it currently estimates an approximate 2- to 3-point impact to unit case volume, 1- to 2-point impact to organic revenue and 1- to 2-penny impact to earnings per share for the first quarter. China ranks as the third-largest market in the world in terms of unit case volume.

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Reuters BusinessFeb 21, 2020
Oil falls 1% as spreading virus compounds concerns over demand hit
Oil prices fell around 1% on Friday, pressured by growing worries about fuel demand as a coronavirus epidemic spread further beyond China, and as major crude producers appeared to be in no rush to cut output to buttress the market.

CNBC BusinessFeb 20, 2020
Everything Jim Cramer said about the stock market on 'Mad Money,' including coronavirus sell-off, Domino's Pizza CEO, Vertex
CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down Thursday's market sell-off, chats with the CEO of Domino's Pizza after a strong fourth-quarter report and advises buying the dip in Vertex.

AdWeek NewsFeb 20, 2020
Coronavirus Fears Prompt Facebook Gaming, Oculus to Pull Out of GDC 2020
Facebook will not be participating in this year's Game Developers Conference, March 16 through 20 in San Francisco, due to concerns over Covid-19, more commonly known as coronavirus. The company said it is removing the Facebook Gaming and Oculus booth footprints from the Moscone Center floor and advising against its employees traveling during the event....

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FT.com - China, Economy & TradeFeb 20, 2020
Ping An warns of coronavirus hit to life insurance
Chinese insurer says outbreak has lowered sales but led to huge rise users of its health service app

Google Market NewsFeb 20, 2020
Opinion | Why Does the U.S. Have So Few Confirmed Coronavirus Cases? - The Wall Street Journal
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FT.com - China, Economy & TradeFeb 20, 2020
Coronavirus: Apple supplier Foxconn warns over revenue hit
Announcement is clearest indication yet of outbreak's impact on the global technology supply chain
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