- The Dow Jones set to fall by 310 points as Asia nations prepare for a feared second wave of the coronavirus outbreak.
- Europe’s major economies are in “free fall,” placing significant pressure on the European stock market.
- The Dow risks a second leg down if the number of new coronavirus cases does not subside.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) is on track to drop by points at market open, as fear towards a second wave of coronavirus in Asia intensifies. Even Singapore, which has well contained the virus relative to other countries, is beginning to take additional steps to close down all stores except essential services.
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