PBS NewsHour

What novel coronavirus might mean for 2020 global economy

Clip: 02/27/2020 | 4m 9s Video has closed captioning.

Economic worries sparked by the global outbreak of novel coronavirus are pushing major stock indexes lower -- down at least 10 percent from recent record highs. More than $2 trillion of value have been wiped out this week, translating to the fastest market correction to happen in 50 years. Liz Ann Sonders, chief investment strategist for Charles Schwab and Company, joins Amna Nawaz to discuss.

Aired: 02/27/20

Rating: NR

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