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U.S. Futures Drop, Asian Stocks Mixed, Yen Slips: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. stock futures declined as investors assessed worsening American coronavirus figures as a new quarter begins. Asian shares traded mixed.Futures on the S&P 500 Index slid more than 1.5% after President Donald Trump warned of a "painful" two weeks ahead, with the country grappling to get the outbreak under control. Cases in New York state surged by 9,000. Stocks in Japan pared losses, while Australia's outperformed. Hong Kong shares had a modest retreat even as two of the city's largest lenders, Standard Chartered Plc and HSBC Holdings Plc, both suspended dividend payments because of the virus. In China, a private reading on the country's manufacturing sector beat expectations, rebounding in March. Treasuries held recent gains."In the U.S., the data remains fairly worrying and the peak may well be a few weeks on," Bob Parker, an investment committee member at Quilvest Wealth Management, told Bloomberg TV. "The economic data is clearly starting to improve in March in China after a very weak January and February."Global stocks are coming off their worst quarter since the end of 2008, tumbling 22%. That's enticed some investors back into equities, but with volatility elevated, many expect further declines.READ: Rogers, Gundlach Say the Worst of the Rout Has Yet to ComeThe coronavirus is guaranteed to throw the world into recession, and economists are becoming less convinced about the potential for a strong snapback in growth. Data on Wednesday showed the China Caixin manufacturing PMI
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