What the coronavirus means for financial markets

GLOBAL SHARE prices have so far been relatively immune to the spread of coronavirus. But assets most exposed to China have suffered. Currencies of economies integrated with its supply chains have weakened. Prices of commodities, of which China is usually a big buyer, have slid. Share prices of both manufacturing and consumer-facing companies operating in China have fallen, as factories stay shut and people stay home.

via The Economist: Finance and economics Business Feeds

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