The coronavirus shockwaves rippling through U.S. stocks are forcing investors to contemplate outcomes more dire than a recession, including several quarters of declining economic activity, a credit crisis or even a depression. "This market looks like it has already priced in most of a garden variety recession," said Frances Donald, global chief economist at Manulife Investment Management. "It is now on top of that having to price in some probability of a credit crisis."
Coronavirus: If the virus doesn't go to Zlatan, Zlatan goes to the virus – Ibrahimovic launches fundraiser
"If the virus doesn't go to Zlatan, Zlatan goes to the virus." Ibrahimovic has launched a fundraiser for hospitals.
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Factories in China, struggling to reopen after the coronavirus shut down the economy, face a new threat from U.S. anti-disease controls that might disrupt the flow of microchips and other components they need. The shock threatens to set back the ruling Communist Party's efforts to revive the world’s second-largest economy after it declared victory over the outbreak. It would add to pressures on global business activity as Western countries close workplaces, limit travel and tell consumers to stay home.
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"Our symptoms are much the same." Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson give an update after their son Chet Hanks said they were released from the hospital.
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The trust set up the Lakers legend was reportedly not updated after the birth of his youngest daughter Capri.
- HealthGood Housekeeping
I’m a Physician Who's Studied Infectious Diseases My Entire Life. Here’s Why I Closed My Practice to Prevent COVID-19.
"This is what we mean when we talk about flattening the curve."
- BusinessUSA TODAY
Walmart is cutting hours starting Thursday at stores nationwide, adding senior shopping hour amid coronavirus crisis
Walmart is trimming its hours for the second time in a week due to the coronavirus starting March 19. Stores will be open from 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.