NewsWatch: Major bank economist says the coronavirus market reaction ‘boggles the mind’

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The market reaction to the spreading coronavirus doesn’t make sense to Tom Porcelli, chief U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets, one of the primary dealers of U.S. Treasury securities. See full story.

These stocks have been crushed since the coronavirus began to take down the U.S. market

The energy and travel industries have been hit the hardest. See full story.

Here’s how the 30 Dow industrials companies are prepping for the impact of the coronavirus

As the Dow Jones Industrial Average is in the midst of what could be its worst weekly decline since the financial crisis amid concerns regarding the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, many of the companies that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average are preparing for potential workplace disruptions. See full story.

Here’s what the Democratic presidential candidates want to do to your taxes

The candidates say wealthy taxpayers and businesses should pay more — but that’s where the agreements end. See full story.

Pet dog in Hong Kong found to have ‘low level’ of coronavirus

The Hong Kong government said a pet dog of a coronavirus patient has been found to have a “low level” of the virus. See full story.


The public may have a false sense of security because of government efforts to contain the illness, which infectious disease experts say were unlikely to ever succeed. See full story.

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