2020-02-26 00:34:10| Business - International Herald Tribune
The spread of the deadly epidemic to Europes fourth-largest economy has heightened fears of disruption in the global supply chain.
2020-02-25 15:20:17| GoldSeek.com News
It is the senseless things of this world that sometimes knock sense into the high and mighty whose hubris causes them to believe they cannot fall. In this case, the tiny COVID-19 virus (coronavirus) is bringing down a global house of cards long perched to fall locks, stocks, and barrels of oil. Stock investors thought the over-Fed markets bull run would prove immortal, but all the overripe market needed was for a fat, black swan to drop down on the markets head and knock some sense into it. Economic damage worldwide, however, is far from limited to stocks. Some of it seems almost silly or bizarre, but such is the case when the entire global economy is already in ill health, having survived on Fedmed for a decade.
2020-02-25 10:34:49| The Economic Times
The coronavirus outbreak has brought a large part of the world's second-largest economy China to a standstill and its impact has been felt across industries. On January 30, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a global health emergency. The impact on India is felt through supply chain disruptions from China as well as regional players, who in turn are net importers from China.
2020-02-25 09:04:06| Mondaq.Com
SEC and Public Company Accounting Oversight Board ("PCAOB") leaders alerted market participants to potential impacts from the coronavirus on financial disclosure and reporting.
2020-02-24 13:53:43| Mondaq.Com
In R (Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster) and others) v North Yorkshire County Council  UKSC 3 the Supreme Court has ruled on the approach to be taken by a decision maker when considering...