By Yasin Ebrahim
Investing.com – Wall pared most of its early gains on Wednesday on fresh fears about the impact from the coronavirus on global growth after Germany flagged concerns about an epidemic.
The was up about 77 points, or 0.31%, after rising more than 400 points. The rose 0.16% and added 0.46%
Sentiment on stocks soured somewhat middayafter Germany’s health minister said Germany is at the beginning of a coronavirus epidemic.
With fears rising the coronavirus may have more significant and longer-lasting impact on global growth than many had feared, safe-haven demand rose helping Treasuries claw back some losses.
The yield was flat at 1.33%.
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