Coronavirus to remain front of mind for investors

Coronavirus to remain front of mind for investors
Rebecca Howard
The coronavirus will likely remain front of mind as countries evacuate their citizens and airlines cancel flights to China but a lift on Wall Street could boost local investor sentiment. Japan and the US began evacuating people from Wuhan, the city considered to be the epicentre of the outbreak. The US government relocated approximately 210 citizens back to the United States, the Centre for Disease Control said.“These individuals will be screened before they take off; monitored during the duration of the flight by medical personnel on boar...

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