This article will look at the Coronavirus and and answer a simple question: how likely is it to affect stock markets?

Firstly let’s look at some facts

To put this virus in perspective, let’s not forget that:

  • The common flu kills about 6.5M a year — so 65m every 10 years
  • Heart problems kill over 10m globally
  • Road injuries kill 1.35m annually

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