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World economy: Coronavirus: market panic and protection measures in a dispersed order

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World economy: Coronavirus: market panic and protection measures in a dispersed order

Panic won markets Thursday against the coronavirus pandemic and its dreaded impact on the world economy, paralyzed by a cascade of protective measures, in the wake of the temporary ban on travelers from the United States from Europe. In Europe in particular, the epidemic continued its inexorable progression, with an explosion of cases in Spain ….  Read More

Coronavirus: panic on toilet paper, an object of social status - Economy

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Coronavirus: panic on toilet paper, an object of social status – Economy

In Australia, where there are 70 cases of coronavirus, three women fought for toilet paper this weekend in Sydney Toilet paper is the emblem of the panic created by the coronavirus. Consumers around the world are robbing supermarkets to pile up rolls at home. In Australia, where there are 70 cases of coronavirus, three women ….  Read More

Coronavirus: -3.94% in Paris, -5.43% in Milan ... wind of panic in the world stock markets

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Coronavirus: -3.94% in Paris, -5.43% in Milan … wind of panic in the world stock markets

The global acceleration of the coronavirus epidemic has brought down European stock markets. The Paris Stock Exchange unscrewed Monday (-3.94%), investors trying to reassess the extent of the risks associated with the virus since the jump in the number of contaminations outside China. The CAC 40 index lost 237.85 points to 5791.87 points, the lowest ….  Read More

Yves de Kerdrel's eco editorial - Coronavirus sows panic on European stock markets

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Yves de Kerdrel’s eco editorial – Coronavirus sows panic on European stock markets

It’s the butterfly effect. A virus east of Shanghai, the coronavirus, which can cause a sharp fall in stocks 10,000 kilometers away, on the Old Continent. A story that is reminiscent of the episode of SARS that had blocked China for a few months in 2003. Bis repetita? Find the eco editorial of Yves de ….  Read More