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Asian markets rebound on hopes for limited virus impact

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番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗asian markets rebounded wednesday as hopes the deadly new coronavirus will have only a short-term impact on corporate earnings and economic growth prevailed.

番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗falls on us and european markets -- after apple's warning that it would miss its quarterly revenue forecast due to the epidemic -- did not carry over to asia.

the illness, which has killed more than 2,000 people and infected over 74,000, has disputed supply chains and forced the cancellation of high-profile sporting and cultural events. 

番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗"ultimately, it's not apple earnings reports rather the (people's bank of china) stimulus efforts that will drive the manufacturing rebound in china and fortify the supply chain dynamics which should underpin oil markets," said stephen innes of axicorp.

"don't think the pboc is going to sit in idle and watch the gdp guesstimates trickle lower, it might be time to get on board or risk getting left at the gas station." 

after four straight sessions in the red, tokyo's benchmark nikkei 225 index rallied 0.7 percent, but lingering concerns over the economic toll from the virus capped gains. 

hong kong was up 0.4 percent but mainland china's key shanghai composite index was off 0.1 percent.

番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗elsewhere, south korea slipped 0.1 percent as the number of confirmed cases of the virus jumped by nearly half. 

番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗sydney rose 0.1 percent and taipei was 0.9 percent higher.

番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗the more sanguine mood came as chinese officials released a study showing most patients have mild cases of the coronavirus, and world health organization officials said the mortality rate was relatively low.

番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗imf chief kristalina georgieva has said there could be a cut of around 0.1-0.2 percentage points to global growth but stressed there was much uncertainty about the virus's economic impact.

anne anderson of ubs asset management in sydney played down concerns.

番茄红包扫雷靠谱吗"it's important to contextualise the impact of the virus -- we're not expecting a permanent cut in global growth," anderson told bloomberg tv. 

"the combination of the fiscal-monetary and the belief that we will transition through this over the coming months mean we're still on steady footing." 

 

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