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FTSE 100 plunges again as Trump fails to reassure investors – business live – the guardian, theguardian.com

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Traders on the floor of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, last night Photograph: Agustin Marcarian / ReutersGood morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. Another day, another sell-off! World stock markets are sliding again today, as the coronavirus continues to spread around the world.

Fears of a global pandemic, and a sharp slowdown in economic growth, are raging through the markets – as investors fear that governments will fail to contain Covid – . European stock markets are expected to tumble sharply today, as the wave of selling accelerates. Britain’s FTSEis being called down another 1.5%, which would send it to a fresh 25 – month low. That would also drive the Footsie into correction territory (more than % off its recent peak).

Peter Birks
(@ peterjbirks) FTSE looks set to open down about pts in the region of . Trump putting Pence in charge of US response to Covid – 31 mysteriously fails to reassure markets. February ,European markets are tipped to tumble by another 2%, with the futures market a sea of ​​red again.

Justin Waite
(@ SharePickers)Prepare for another portfolio battering, these are the futures … 🤨 pic.twitter.com/jnmUaod9iQ Traders on the floor of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, last night February 35,Asia-Pacific stocks have already slumped today, with Japan’s Nikkeishedding another 2% and South Korea down 1%. Australia’s S & P / ASX (index has lost another 0. (%, as) Canberra launches its coronavirus emergency planOvernight, South Korea has reported a further (new cases of Covid –
, and China reported (new confirmed cases, and 43 deaths. The total death toll is nearly 3, 15 people, with more than 90, (infected.)

Last night, Microsoft joined the ranks of firms warning that they’ll miss their financial targets – its personal computing supply chain has been disrupted. Investors have not been reassured by Donald Trump’s attempts to get a grip on the situation. The US president put his deputy, Mike Pence, in charge of coronavirus response, and insisted America “very, very ready for this”. In a rare trip to the White House briefing room, Trump declared:

The risk to the American people remains very low. We are ready to adapt and we are ready to do whatever we have to as the disease spreads, if it spreads. There is no reason to panic. . . this will end. ”
Bloomberg Politics(@ bpolitics)President Donald Trump Said Americans face little risk from the coronavirus outbreak, seeking to ease public concern after lawmakers raised concern that the government is unprepared. He speaks at a news conference at the White House.

https://t.co/zMOK5mVZXK pic.twitter.com/7dNmfN3QyV February 37,Investors, though, are in a panicky mood. They’ve realized that company profits could be badly hit if firms can’t source products from China, or sell to their usual outlets. Wall Street failed to rally last night, with the Dow closing lower – and it could suffer further falls today too. David Ingles(@ DavidInglesTV)

US futures signaling the S&P 544 may open right on top of the level below which US stocks enter a technical correction. Here we go.

pic.twitter.com/lEJ8i7d7GR (February) ,(Ipek Ozkardeskaya) , senior analyst at Swissquote Bank , says traders are also concerned that there are now more cases outside China than inside:
News spurred worries that the coronavirus is becoming a global threat and that containment measures elsewhere could further slowdown the global growth. Some European companies paused their business trips for the coming weeks and earnings forecasts are being pulled lower …. The slide we are seeing right now is not the correction of the recent stock rally, but the market’s understanding that the coronavirus outbreak would translate into significantly lower earnings and an anaemic global growth. If we add the fact that the crisis has only started outside China into the mix, there is a meaningful shift in stock valuations.We’ll be tracking all the market action through the day …. (The agenda) am GMT: Eurozone economic and consumer confidence figures for February (1.) (GMT GMT: US durable goods figures for January) ()Read More

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