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Hong Kong, China stocks slip on coronavirus jitters

  • 1 million infected worldwide; 50,000 have died from virus
  • US jobs claims hit 6.6 million for one week
Topic |   China stock markets
A commuter wearing a protective mask rides a subway train in New York, U.S., on April 1, 2020. New York is experiencing alarming rates of coronovirus infections and deaths. Photo: Bloomberg
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