Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock markets denote losses and declines in green, using red data to illustrate gains and advances. Photo: EPA-EFE

Global equity market thrashing boomerangs back to Asia as coronavirus outbreak spreads to more countries

  • Old playbook predicts quick end to market volatility after a disease outbreak and more government stimulus. That may not happen this time, said Fidelity International
  • Benchmark indexes fall in nearly all of the Asia-Pacific region’s stock markets
Topic |   Coronavirus outbreak

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Contrary to global conventions, China’s stock markets denote losses and declines in green, using red data to illustrate gains and advances. Photo: EPA-EFE
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