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Barclays cuts S&P 500 2020 target, says it's 'too early to buy the dip'
"The repercussions of the shock to the Chinese economy that has already happened to the rest of the world will not be insignificant," the strategist said.
Virus disclosure in China was delayed because disease control group lacks authority, top scientist says
China's Center for Disease Control and Prevention has such low status in the country that there was a delay in alerting higher authorities to the new coronavirus, widely-followed epidemiologist Zhong Nanshan said at a press conference Thursday.
Global stock markets have lost $6 trillion in value in six days
The coronavirus-driven market sell-off has wiped $6 trillion in value from the global markets in the past six days, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Ex-Fed Gov Warsh sees coordinated global central bank action soon in response to COVID-19
Warsh spoke a day after he called for the Fed to cut interest rates in response to the outbreak.
COVID-19: US, European companies in China still face challenges in getting back to work
Surveys of foreign businesses released this week indicate many people in China still haven't returned to work.
Stock market live updates: Dow loses 3,200 points and counting on week, bond yields collapsing
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 and Nasdaq points to losses at the open.
Credit Suisse says sell-off presents buying opportunity in these Asian tech stocks
Apple suppliers, live-streaming apps and online education companies are among the stocks that Credit Suisse picked.
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Beyond Meat, Autodesk, AMC and more
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.
Dow set to lose nearly 400 points at the open as worst week since the financial crisis continues
U.S. stock futures pointed to more losses early Friday, after suffering a tumble that sent them more than 10% below their record highs.
It took stocks only six days to fall into correction, the fastest drop in history
The S&P 500′s swift drop marked the quickest 10% decline from an all-time high in the index's history, according to Deutsche Bank.
Here's what happened to the stock market on Thursday
Rising fears of a rapid coronavirus spread sent the major averages tumbling into correction territory.
Goldman Sachs asks some clients to skip New York conference amid coronavirus outbreak
It's the latest move by corporations from Goldman to Facebook seeking to protect workers from the coronavirus.
Square emerges as a coronavirus hedge while other payment stocks get crushed
Square has been an outlier in this week's payment stock wreckage.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Virgin Galactic, Square, Tesla, Box, Etsy & more
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.
JPMorgan says buy the dip, bank on Fed 'insurance' cuts
"Investors should not discount the benefit of announced and unannounced global policy responses that are likely to outlast the impact of COVID-19," the bank said.
Your first trade for Thursday, February 27
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Goldman sees zero earnings growth for US companies this year because of coronavirus
Goldman Sachs revised its earnings estimate for the year to $165 per share, representing 0% growth in 2020.
Why coronavirus isn't scaring Federated's chief strategist Phil Orlando out of the stock market
Federated Hermes' Phil Orlando is putting money to work in coronavirus-battered stocks.
Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Best Buy, Microsoft, Etsy, Box, Square & more
The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include Best Buy, Microsoft, Etsy, Box, Square, and more.
Standard Chartered posts 46% jump in profit but warns of 2020 coronavirus hit
Standard Chartered posted a substantial rise in pre-tax profit for 2019 on Thursday, but the Asia-focused bank warned that the spread of the coronavirus would likely slow progress toward one of its key earnings targets.
How Monzo brought Silicon Valley's 'wild ideas' to Britain's staid banking system
Monzo CEO Tom Blomfield discusses his beginnings in Silicon Valley and what the future holds for Britain's buzzy digital bank.
Toomey says he won't oppose Judy Shelton's controversial Fed nomination
The Pennsylvania Republican said Wednesday he received assurance that Shelton does not favor devaluing the dollar to combat lower currencies in other countries.
Dow plunges 1,100 points, bringing its decline from a record high to more than 10%
The Dow's worst point loss in history put it into correction territory, which is defined as a 10% decline from a recent high.
Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Booking Holdings, Etsy, Nutanix and more
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell.
Guggenheim's Scott Minerd says 'we've reached a tipping point' with the coronavirus outbreak
Scott Minerd said on "Closing Bell" the effects of the virus would soon begin to appear in corporate earnings and the global supply chain.
Here's what happened to the stock market on Wednesday
The major averages struggled to find direction as investors kept adding bonds to their portfolio amid coronavirus concerns.
Gundlach blames Bernie Sanders for sell-off, cites 'dark side of momentum investing'
"Bond King" Jeff Gundlach told CNBC "the market is digesting a better than 50% chance of Bernie getting the nomination."
Your first trade for Wednesday, February 26
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Debt among oldest Americans skyrockets 543% in two decades
Debt among older Americans has increased dramatically since 1999, due partly to the erosion of the country's social safety net.
Disaster insurance investment bets strike fever pitch as coronavirus fears soar
XFA's Bill Looney sees signs the stock market's plunge is far from over.

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