Governments call for greater insight into global economic impact of Wuhan virus

Asian equities continued to fall as investor fears over the coronavirus saw a widespread selloff. In a bid to stabilise markets and prepare for the worst, governments and policymakers have called for greater insight into the global economic impact. A Chinese government economist has warned that the economic fallout from the virus could surpass the 2003 SARS epidemic. Tom Elliott, an international investment strategist at deVere Group, shared his views about the impact of the epidemic on the global economy,

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