Asia Futures Remain Bullish; Wall Street Again Shrugs off Growing Disease Outbreak, Even Though Three of the Largest Cities in the World Were Recently Put on Lock Down, CNBC




Today, the news media seemed to be exhibiting symptoms of short term memory syndrome, as there was barely any mention of this new coronavirus outbreak. Didn’t we just find out yesterday that the Chinese government was fudging their official figures for total ‘confirmed cases’?

When you look at the actual studies and listen to real scientists rather than the MSM, it doesn’t feel like the markets should be up right now at all. Everything just seems to be getting worse and worse as time goes on..

Maybe they don’t want to cause a panic…



(CNBC) “Overnight on Wall Street, the S&P 500 closed 0.2% higher at 3,357.75 while the Nasdaq Composite advanced 0.1% to end its trading day stateside at 9,638.94. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose as much as 138 points before closing flat at 29,276.34”. Read more

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