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German stocks tumbled on Wednesday to extend recent losses as the spread of the coronavirus continued to rattle investors. Five European countries have reported cases linked to Italy, while new cases soared in South Korea, with an American soldier in the country becoming the first U.S. serviceman...

stockmarkets-aug16_26feb20.jpg European stocks look set to open lower on Wednesday as new coronavirus cases in South Korea jumped again and the first U.S. military soldier tested positive. Authorities in South Korea reported 169 new infections, taking the overall tally to 1,146, by far the largest outside China. Ninety percent...

The Switzerland stock market ended sharply lower on Tuesday due to widespread selling amid rising concerns about the economic impact of the fast spreading coronavirus.

European markets ended lower on Tuesday, as stocks fell sharply for a second successive session this week, amid mounting worries about the impact of the rapidly spreading coronavirus in Italy and a few other parts of the globe.

stockmarkets-aug17_25feb20.jpg European stocks opened on a positive note Tuesday after suffering their biggest slump since mid-2016 the previous day on worries about the coronavirus outbreak that has spread far beyond China to Europe and the Middle East. On the data front, the second estimate of fourth quarter German GDP published...

stockmarkets-dec12_25feb20.jpg European stocks look set to open a tad higher on Tuesday after a sell-off in the previous session on fears surrounding a spike in new virus cases outside China. As fears of a pandemic mount, the World Health Organization has praised China's aggressive efforts to wrest the epidemic under control....

It was a trip down south for Swiss stocks on Monday, as mounting worries about the spread of the dreaded coronavirus outbreak outside china triggered a sell-off across sectors.

European stocks nosedived on Monday amid an escalation in worries about the spread of coronavirus outside China.

stockmarkets-aug16_24feb20.jpg European stocks tumbled on Monday after Italy became Europe's epicenter for coronavirus cases over the weekend. Contagion fears gripped markets after an 84-year-old man has become the fourth person to die in the country from the virus outbreak. Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo has decided to close...

U.K. stocks fell sharply on Monday as Italy confirmed its fourth fatality from the COVID-19 epidemic, raising concerns about the impact of the outbreak on global growth. The benchmark FTSE 100 plunged 239 points, or 3.23 percent, to 7,164 after declining 0.4 percent on Friday. Airline and travel-related...

French stocks tumbled Monday on growth concerns after South Korea, Italy and Iran reported a rise in coronavirus infections. Outside China, the outbreak has spread to about 29 countries and territories, with a death toll of about two dozen. Italy has reported its fourth death from the deadly virus,...

German stocks nosedived on Monday after an 84-year-old man has become the fourth person to die in Italy from the coronavirus outbreak. Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo has decided to close 4 branches in the country as the government imposed strict quarantine restrictions in two northern "hotspot" regions...

stockmarkets-aug20_24feb20.jpg European stocks are likely to open sharply lower on Monday as Italy scrambles to check the spread of Europe's first major coronavirus outbreak. Australia halted all rail traffic to and from Italy for several hours after suspicion that a train at its southern border with Italy had two passengers possibly...

The Switzerland stock market ended weak on Friday, in line with markets across Europe, as worries about the coronavirus outbreak escalated after new cases were reported in Japan and South Korea, and China too reported a sharp increase in the number of new infections due to the virus.

European stocks ended lower on Friday amid rising concerns about the coronavirus outbreak after reports said the number of infections due to the virus has risen outside of China.

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