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Hey guys, 

Thought I'd share this piece with you about the stocks being impacted. Coronavirus: What stocks and sectors are impacted

Below's a list of the stocks and sectors to watch: 

  • Airlines
  • Cruise operators
  • Shipping companies
  • Carmakers
  • Luxury goods makers
  • Banks
  • Apple and Samsung
  • Sony and Nintendo
  • Disney
  • Nike, Adidas and Puma
  • Starbucks and McDonalds
  • Diageo
  • Mastercard
  • AB Foods

Let me kow what you think of the piece. 



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12 hours ago, trade247 said:

Could have done with this last week ;)


13 hours ago, Guest Phil said:

This is at best three days late (the article was written monday?????) and at worst a couple of weeks late. 

no ****. We can see what’s moved over the last few days.

Hey, apologies for adding this late. I wanted to start a stream revolving round the impact of the coronavirus. I should have added some up to date news. When I get some more news, I will add it in. 

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From the Los Angeles Times: “Since Feb. 2, more than 8,400 returning travelers from China have entered California, according to the state health department. They have been advised to self-quarantine for 14 days and limit interactions with others, officials said.”

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We have the early morning call by Jeremy Naylor who speaks about the markets and how coronavirus news has impacted some of them. 

  • WWP 
  • British American Tobacco
  • AB InBev
  • Microsoft

These are a few of the stocks being spoken about along with fx and commodity technical analysis.  

This can be found in the 'IGTV on demand' tab in community.

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This is just related to one stock but: 

We have a piece out related to EasyJet and coronavirus fears

  • Coronavirus dampens easyJet’s positive outlook from analysts
  • The low-cost carrier has seen its share price fall by nearly 30% over the last five trading sessions as investors grow increasingly concerned about the impact of the coronavirus on airline stocks.

Let me know what you think

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The world index's are responding well to "stimulus", in whatever form that takes. And currently a rising tide raises all ships. But lets be realistic, holiday companies (I'm looking at you TUI), I think they are still in trouble.

The are up 2.3% dod currently.... thoughts on a shorting opportunity?

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7 hours ago, Bopperz said:


The world index's are responding well to "stimulus", in whatever form that takes. And currently a rising tide raises all ships. But lets be realistic, holiday companies (I'm looking at you TUI), I think they are still in trouble.

The are up 2.3% dod currently.... thoughts on a shorting opportunity?

Real monetary easing (as opposed to simply propping up stocks) would people more money to spend on holidays and other forms of spending so companies (and people) would benefit.  But the banks are only interested in propping up the value of Warren Buffett's and George Soros' portfolios.  :D 

Maybe there will be tax cuts?

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Powell: Fed rate cut 'won't reduce infection'

Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell is talking to reporters after the surprise Fed rate cut.

He says: "The virus outbreak is somehting that will require a muti-faceted response" - from many actors, including healthcare providers and public and private sector bodies.

"It won't reduce infection, it won't fix a broken supply chain - we get that," he says.

But it will help to support confidence, he adds.

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Merkel’s conservatives have long resisted calls at home and abroad to spend more, despite record-low borrowing costs and an economy close to recession.



How that dour old woman has managed to hold on to power for so long amazes me ...

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