U.S. stocks slid again Tuesday as the tally of coronavirus cases approached 1,000 in South Korea and 100 in Iran, where even a deputy health minister in charge of the response caught the virus. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down more than 300 points at lunchtime after the worstThe Washington Times
Shares see big falls on worries about the impact of the outbreak, while gold hits a seven-year high.BBC News
* Indexes down: Dow 0.43%, S&P 0.16%, Nasdaq 0.14% (Updates to market close)in.reuters.com
Asian stock markets have declined amid warnings China's virus outbreak is still a threat and investor optimism that it is ending might be prematureABC News
BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets slid Monday after China reported an uptick in new cases of its virus outbreak and analysts warned optimism the disease is under control might be premature.WTOP
Asian stock markets have declined amid warnings China’s virus outbreak is still a threat and investor optimism that it is ending might be prematureWashington Post
More than two dozen large trade fairs and industry conferences in Asia have been postponed because of the spread of the China coronavirus, shuttering events where billions of dollars worth of deals have been signed in the past.U.S.