6 charts showing the economic impact of Coronavirus

The global economy is showing it's not immune to COVID-19. Image: REUTERS/Issei Kato


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Almost every stock market in the world has been negatively affected. Image: Refinitive Datastream
7,000 stocks have collectively lost $6 trillion of their market value. Image: Refinitive Datastream
Almost 80% of South Korea's stocks are in 'bear territory' Image: Refinitive Datastream
The price of oil has fallen, while the price of gold has risen. Image: Refinitive Datastream
Money markets are predicting central banks will slash interest rates. Image: Refinitive Datastream
Wall Street's fear gauge is at its highest in nearly a decade. Image: Refinitive Datastream

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