China: Analysts have been extremely bullish on China’s stocks recently.
Asia-Pacific: Asian currencies are weaker in response to the Wuhan virus news as sentiment switches to risk-off.
Europe: 79% of EU’s coal is produced at a loss.
The United States: The Fed’s ability to influence the nation’s business activity has diminished in recent decades as interest-sensitive sectors become a smaller portion of the economy.
Equities: The market has been unusually quiet.
Food for Thought: Recession concerns in the US:
Edited by Devon Lall
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