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2019-nCoV

2019-nCoV

Does 2019-nCoV matter for markets?

The coronavirus has added uncertainty to an otherwise low-volatility market environment. Recent developments suggest that the spread of the virus can be contained.

Global financial markets have reacted strongly to rising concerns over the spread of a novel coronavirus. After starting the year on a positive note, most risky assets took a dive at the end of January when the outbreak intensified, though most of this correction has now been recovered.
In the near term, we expect more volatility as a result, but ultimately, we see this as a temporary phenomenon that should only marginally affect global economic growth and markets.

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