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Asian stock markets felt the impact of the coronavirus

Yesterday there was a The stock markets in Asia fell substantially yesterday due to the uncertainty over the impact of the coronavirus. The current uncertainty about the impact of the coronavirus on the economic situation in the region.

The biggest drop was in stock prices in South Korea, which has the second highest number of people South Korea is the second highest number of people infected with COVID-19 after China, with 893 people already sick. С 21 February 21, the key index of South Korea's stock market has fallen by 3.8%, The Vietnamese has fallen 3.1% and the Philippine has fallen 2.4%. In Australia, stocks fell by 2.3%, Hong Kong down 1.7% and Taiwan down 1.3%.

Investors continue to monitor the situation in countries affected by the coronavirus. The effectiveness of the measures governments take to prevent the spread of infection and bring the situation under control The further dynamics of the stock market in Asia will depend on the effectiveness of measures taken by governments to prevent the spread of infection and bring the situation under control. Asian stock markets will depend on the effectiveness of measures taken by governments to prevent the spread of infection and bring the situation under control.

The head of the WHO, Tedros Adanom Gebreisus, said Monday that the peak of the epidemic in Wuhan was from Jan. 23 to Feb. 2; now the number of new cases of COVID-19 infections are trending downward.

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