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The FTSE 100 is called to open 29 points lower at 5451. U.S. equity futures declined and a rally in Asian stocks faded as traders mulled a grim milestone in the coronavirus outbreak which showed continued signs of damage on economies and companies. Crude oil pared Thursday’s 22% jump, which came after President Donald Trump said Russia and Saudi Arabia would cut production. Stocks sank in Australia and Hong Kong, while South Korean shares fluctuated. Early gains in Japan gave way to losses, while S&P 500 futures fell about 1%. The new coronavirus has now infected 1 million people across the world, just four months after it first surfaced. The yen fluctuated and the euro retreated
Simon Doherty lead manager of the Quilter Cheviot Managed Portfolio Service discusses performance to date, as well as how the team are implementing changes within the portfolio in light of Covid 19.
The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic that began in China and spread rapidly around the globe has caused major disruption to businesses and economies worldwide. The UK government has responded to Covid-19 with measures aimed at delaying its spread and mitigating damage to the economy with a substantial stimulus package.
As banks come under pressure to cancel dividends, does this point to wider problems in the financial sector? Plus Richard Carter on upcoming data this week and Will Reid, ex-submariner, on how to cope with the effects of being quarantined at home.
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