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Stocks slide, 10-year Treasury at record low after Fed's rate cut
Global equity markets slid on Tuesday and the yield on 10-year U.S. Treasuries fell below 1% for the first time after the Federal Reserve cut interest rates to shield the U.S. economy from the impact of the fast-spreading coronavirus.
Global markets: Here comes the cavalry?
A recovery in world stock markets and oil prices picked up pace on Tuesday, as global policymakers signalled a united front to address the economic fallout from the spreading coronavirus.
Global markets: Here come the cavalry?
A recovery in world stock markets and oil prices picked up pace on Tuesday, as global policymakers signalled a united front to address the economic fallout from the spreading coronavirus.

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Sanders asks court to keep Los Angeles County polls open after voting delays
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders' campaign requested an emergency injunction on Tuesday asking for polls in Los Angeles County to stay open for an extra two hours after reports of delays and long lines.
Japanese coronavirus infections reach 1,000, Olympics preparations on track
The number of confirmed coronavirus infections in Japan reached the 1,000 mark on Wednesday, as the government reiterated that plans to host the Tokyo Summer Olympics in July remained on track.
Bloomberg to reassess campaign as ad blitz fails to win Super Tuesday voters
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will reassess the future of his Democratic presidential campaign after his disappointing showing on Super Tuesday, but a campaign official said that did not mean his candidacy would end on Wednesday.
Biden has strong Super Tuesday showing, Sanders captures biggest prize of California
A resurgent Joe Biden rode a wave of momentum to win at least eight large states on Super Tuesday, but Bernie Sanders won the biggest prize of California to set up a long one-on-one battle for the Democratic presidential nomination.
China reports dwindling new cases, pivots to control risk from overseas
China reported on Wednesday another drop in new coronavirus cases as its attention turns to controlling the risk of infection from abroad, as clusters of the disease that originated in China appear around the world.
Vietnam carrier Vietjet to halt flights to South Korea over coronavirus
Budget carrier Vietjet Air will suspend flights to destinations in South Korea from Saturday over coronavirus concerns, the carrier said.
Sanders campaign requests emergency injunction to keep Los Angeles County polls open
The campaign of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders requested an emergency injunction on Tuesday asking for polls in Los Angeles County to stay open for an extra two hours after reports of delays and long lines in the Democratic primary vote.
Asian shares struggle for traction as Fed cut fails to boost confidence
Asian shares struggled to find footing on Wednesday and bonds held stunning gains, as an emergency rate cut from the U.S. Federal Reserve seemed to stoke rather than soothe fears over the coronavirus' widening global economic fallout.
As Myanmar farmers lose their land, sand mining for Singapore is blamed
From a boat on the Salween River in southeastern Myanmar, Than Zaw Oo pointed to a brown stretch of water he said was once full of lush paddy fields.
Vatican officials investigating sex abuse cases to visit Mexico on 'zero tolerance' drive
Two Vatican officials charged with investigating accusations of sexual abuse by clergy will visit Mexico for a fact-finding mission later this month, the Church said on Tuesday.
Sessions in close race as attempts return to Senate amid Super Tuesday voting
Republican Jeff Sessions, former attorney general under President Donald Trump, was locked in a tight race as he tried to take a step towards returning to the U.S. Senate on Tuesday in a wave of congressional primaries.
Australian stores ration toilet paper amid coronavirus panic buying
Australia's major grocers put strict limits on purchases of toilet paper on Wednesday after a rush of panic buying related to coronavirus fears emptied shelves, as the country recorded its third case of local transmission of the disease.
Taiwan to 'have no problem' maintaining GDP growth of 2% this year
Taiwan will 'have no problem' maintaining economic growth of 2% this year, its statistics chief said on Wednesday, amid concerns that a coronavirus outbreak could hit the economy of the island which is a key part of the global technology supply chain.
Biden wins seven states on Super Tuesday, Sanders takes two - network projections
A resurgent Joe Biden was projected to win seven large states on Tuesday, and front-runner Bernie Sanders captured two states with several others too close to call on the biggest day of voting in the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating race.
South Korea reports 600 new coronavirus cases, two more deaths
South Korea reported 600 new coronavirus cases and two more deaths from the virus, taking total infections to 4,812 and total deaths to 28, the Korea Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention said on Tuesday.
South Korean President Moon cancels planned trip to the UAE, Egypt and Turkey over coronavirus
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Wednesday canceled his planned trip to the UAE, Egypt and Turkey in mid-March, over coronavirus, according to the presidential Blue House.
Japan still preparing for Olympics as planned - Suga
Japan is preparing to host the Tokyo Summer Olympics as planned, the government's top spokesman said on Wednesday, amid speculation the Games could be postponed because of the coronavirus threat.
Bloomberg to reassess White House bid on Wednesday, NBC reports
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg will reassess his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination on Wednesday, NBC News reported.
Biden projected to win five states on Super Tuesday, Sanders takes two
A resurgent Joe Biden was projected to win five large states on Tuesday, while battling front-runner Bernie Sanders for the lead in other states on the biggest day of voting in the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating race.
Thousands wait for hospital beds in South Korea as coronavirus cases surge
South Korea reported 516 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday as thousands of sick people waited for hospital beds in Daegu, the city at the center of the worst outbreak outside mainland China.
Mainland China reports 119 new coronavirus cases, down from day earlier
Mainland China had 119 new confirmed cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, the country's National Health Commission said on Wednesday, down slightly from 125 on the previous day.
Coronavirus claims three more lives in Seattle-area as outbreak goes cross-country
Three more deaths from the coronavirus were reported by Washington state on Tuesday as the nation's largest and only fatal outbreak of the respiratory disease reached beyond the Seattle area in what appeared to be the first known instance of coast-to-coast transmission.
Biden projected to win three southern states on Super Tuesday; Sanders takes Vermont
Powered by strong support among African Americans, a resurgent Joe Biden was projected to win three large southern states on Tuesday in a fast start to the biggest day of voting in the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating race.
South Korea reports 516 new cases of coronavirus, brings total to 5,328: KCDC
South Korea reported 516 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, a day after a record spike in cases prompted the country's president to declare a "war" on the fast spreading pathogen.
Coronavirus claims 3 more lives in Seattle-area as outbreak goes cross-country
Three more deaths from the coronavirus were reported by Washington state on Tuesday as the nation's largest and only fatal outbreak of the respiratory disease reached beyond the Seattle area in what appeared to be the first known instance of coast-to-coast transmission.
Asian shares struggle for traction as Fed cut fails to lift confidence
Asian shares wobbled on Wednesday and bonds held gains, as an emergency rate cut from the U.S. Federal Reserve did little to soothe investor fears over the coronavirus's widening fallout.
Fox News calls off 'upfront' advertising event amid coronavirus fears
Fox News, the TV channel owned by media company Fox Corp, on Tuesday said it is cancelling its 'upfront' advertising event in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Biden projected to win three Southern states; Sanders takes Vermont on Super Tuesday
A resurgent Joe Biden rolled to projected wins in three large Southern states on Tuesday, getting off to a strong start on the biggest day of voting in the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating race.
Biden projected to win Virginia, North Carolina; Sanders takes Vermont on Super Tuesday
Joe Biden was projected to score huge victories in Virginia and North Carolina and front-runner Bernie Sanders was the winner in his home state of Vermont, the first states to close their polls on the biggest day of voting in the 2020 Democratic presidential nominating race.
Britain to register COVID-19 as 'notifiable disease': BBC
Britain will formally register COVID-19, a disease caused by the new coronavirus, as "notifiable", BBC reported https://www.bbc.com/news/business-51730412 on Wednesday.
Japan reports one new coronavirus infection, total reaches 1,000 cases: media
Japan has confirmed another case of coronavirus infection, bringing the total in the country to 1,000 cases, including those from a cruise ship that had been quarantined off Yokohama, Kyodo News reported, citing the health ministry.
UK launches large-scale public advice campaign on coronavirus
The British government launched a wide-ranging public health campaign on Wednesday in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus, a day after warnings that as many as one in five employees could be off work at the peak of the outbreak.
Tornadoes kill at least 25 in Tennessee on Super Tuesday, crews search for missing
A string of tornadoes tore through Nashville, Tennessee, and surrounding counties early on Tuesday, killing at least 25 people, 

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