COVID-19 fears cause stock market to shed $100 billion in early trade | ABC News

Advertisements The Australian stock exchange has actually dropped $100 billion to begin the new week in the middle of coronavirus concerns. The ASX opened up 7.12 per cent down however got better slightly to 5 percent down by 11:25 am (AEDT). Travel-related business were dramatically lower following the news of forced self-isolation for all people getting in Australia from overseas. A handful of supplies are in positive area, including grocery store giants Coles and Woolworths, which have actually faced a surge popular as the coronavirus break out rises, prompting Woolworths…

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