Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange react as the rout in global stocks deepened on Thursday after investors showed a lack of faith in the US and European policy responses to the worsening spread of the coronavirus. Photo: BloombergTraders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange react as the rout in global stocks deepened on Thursday after investors showed a lack of faith in the US and European policy responses to the worsening spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Bloomberg
Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange react as the rout in global stocks deepened on Thursday after investors showed a lack of faith in the US and European policy responses to the worsening spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Bloomberg

Stock rout sends eight Asian indexes into bear markets amid coronavirus crisis as China injects US$78 billion of liquidity

  • India, Singapore, Australia, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines are also in bear markets
  • Australia’s central bank injects large amount of liquidity; US futures turn up; China pledges to support tourism, culture industries
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange react as the rout in global stocks deepened on Thursday after investors showed a lack of faith in the US and European policy responses to the worsening spread of the coronavirus. Photo: BloombergTraders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange react as the rout in global stocks deepened on Thursday after investors showed a lack of faith in the US and European policy responses to the worsening spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Bloomberg
Traders working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange react as the rout in global stocks deepened on Thursday after investors showed a lack of faith in the US and European policy responses to the worsening spread of the coronavirus. Photo: Bloomberg
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