Investors are scurrying around the stock market, looking for low-risk high-yield portfolios amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Repercussions from shrinking economies due to the crisis are causing unapparelled volatility in the stock market and financial sector.
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Hopes are now pinned on fiscal policy to soften the blow of a deep recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The president is a keen watcher of stock markets and has made a point of noting record highs. Now they are in sharp decline during an election year.
The Dow Jones, S&P and Nasdaq correction reflects investors re-assessing the potential economic damage caused by the coronavirus.
One economist warned that if the coronavirus becomes a pandemic the world could face a recession as deep as the one during the 2008 financial crisis.
As the leading U.S. stock markets dropped and signs pointed to a recession, #TrumpSlump trended on Twitter.
U.S. stocks headed into the festive season on the back of a four-session losing streak.
About 18 percent of the Republican millionaires surveyed did not believe that Trump would be the Republican nominee in 2020.
Expected signals on Trump's on planned global trade and China policies prompted caution from investors.
The digital currency 'quietly doubles in size year-on-year, it's covering more and more territory, surprising more and more pundits, and being adopted by more and more people.'
Economists may have overstated the economic downfall post-Brexit.