Market volatility remains extreme as researchers scramble to find treatment protocols and preventative vaccines for COVID-19, the spread of which has brought the globally connected economy to a shuddering halt.
El pánico se aceleró en todos los mercados esta semana conforme la propagación de COVID-19 en todo el mundo provocaba grandes ceses de actividades, cierres de negocios, e incluso, cierres fronterizos en la mayoría de los países.
Panic ensued this week as global stock markets finally reacted to the widening spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19 continues to be the primary issue that is triggering extensive market volatility across the world. Every headline out of China seemingly sends equity markets immediately higher or lower, depending on analyst and algorithmic interpretation of how the news pertains to the spread of COVID-19 and its impact on the global economy.
The coronavirus was once again the top news story of the week as it continued to make its way around the globe. Globally, officials are becoming more and more distrustful of the data that is coming out of China over the number of confirmed cases and the number of deaths caused by the new disease.
World diplomacy is, at present, on rather shaky ground.
Throughout history, whenever major economies are approaching a state of crisis, heads of state typically become chronically irritable.
The continued spread of the novel coronavirus outside of China was the top concern for most news outlets this week. The friction between President Trump and the House of Representatives continued to escalate this week, even as his impeachment Trial in the Senate came to its conclusion.
This week we saw the ongoing impeachment trial of President Donald J. Trump, further spread of the coronavirus outside of China, and will see the long-awaited exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union at midnight on Friday.
It was another shortened trading week as the U.S. celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King on Monday. The impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump got underway in full this week and the expected political wrangling and mud-slinging did not disappoint.
It was another news-filled week, particularly with regards to the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute. The Senate impeachment trial for President Donald J. Trump also began its initial stages this week and will likely eclipse news from mainstream media outlets over the coming weeks.