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Ira Iosebashvili

Once bulletproof, tech stocks now among market's biggest losers

26 Feb 2020

Technology shares -- a key engine of the stock market's climb to records over the last several months -- are now among those leading Wall Street's plunge on growing concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus führt zu ungewöhnlichen Kursentwicklungen

25 Feb 2020

New York/Frankfurt Das Coronavirus stellt an den Börsen die Welt auf den Kopf: Seit Jahresbeginn steigen die US-Aktienmärkte, die Kurse von Staatsanleihen, der Dollar und der Goldpreis im Einklang.

Coronavirus concerns spur odd market moves

24 Feb 2020

NEW YORK Some asset prices are moving together in unusual ways, an indication that investors may be preparing their portfolios for a coronavirus-led global slowdown.

ANALYSIS-Coronavirus concerns spur odd market moves

24 Feb 2020

NEW YORK, Feb 24 Some asset prices are moving together in unusual ways, an indication that investors may be preparing their portfolios for a coronavirus-led global slowdown.

King Dollar rules the FX heap as virus threatens global growth

21 Feb 2020

NEW YORK A powerful surge in the dollar threatens to magnify the pain for companies and nations already struggling with the economic fallout of the coronavirus.

RPT-Hedge funds use DIY strategies to gauge coronavirus impact

19 Feb 2020

NEW YORK, Feb 18 As investors crunch numbers to determine how the coronavirus will hit China’s economy, hedge fund manager Nathaniel Polachek has tied much of his outlook to the fate of a ship anchored near Weihai, China.

Hedge funds use DIY strategies to gauge coronavirus impact

18 Feb 2020

NEW YORK As investors crunch numbers to determine how the coronavirus will hit China’s economy, hedge fund manager Nathaniel Polachek has tied much of his outlook to the fate of a ship anchored near Weihai, China.

From black swan to bubble: investors weigh coronavirus risks

07 Feb 2020

NEW YORK When worries over the coronavirus shook U.S. stocks out of a period of quiet trading last week, investors wondered if the outbreak was the “Black Swan” event that would trigger a sharp decline. Less than a week later, talk has turned instead to a market melt-up.

RPT-UPDATE 2-Hedge funds hold their nerve on China, seek opportunities

05 Feb 2020

SHANGHAI/NEW YORK, Feb 4 Hedge funds are holding their nerve on China's ability to rebound quickly from a coronavirus outbreak that has rattled global markets, but many are also adding caveats as they try to predict the potential economic fallout.

Hedge funds hold their nerve on China, seek opportunities

05 Feb 2020

SHANGHAI/NEW YORK Hedge funds are holding their nerve on China's ability to rebound quickly from a coronavirus outbreak that has rattled global markets, but many are also adding caveats as they try to predict the potential economic fallout.

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