BA boss tells staff to expect redundancies because of coronavirus
Stock markets have rebounded slightly today after London and New York experienced their biggest one-day decline since 1987 yesterday.
FTSE 100 suffers biggest one-day fall since 1987
Stock markets across the world went into meltdown today in the wake of Donald Trump’s announcement
Economist Mariana Mazzucato on coronavirus: Government ‘are really treating it as a…war time scenario’
We’re joined by Professor Mariana Mazzucato, an economist and the Founding Director of the University College London Institute for Innovation & Public Purpose, and Rain Newton-Smith – Chief Economist at the Confederation of British Industry.
Trump considers stimulus options to deal with impact of coronavirus
Donald Trump has said that the coronavirus will go away and that everyone should stay calm.
Airlines struggling as coronavirus depresses demand for travel
Airlines are struggling to cope with mass cancellations as the virus outbreaks lead to plummeting demand for international flights.
Coronavirus: Deaths jump above 600 in Italy – as country struggles with lockdown
It’s a lockdown in a European country of a type not seen since times of war.
Coronavirus: markets ‘pricing in risk that maybe we’re going to get tipped into global recession’ – FT’s Katie Martin
Markets ‘pricing in risk that maybe we’re going to get tipped into global recession’
Coronavirus: shares plunge in worst day for markets since financial crisis
It’s been the worst single day fall since the 2008 financial crisis with stock markets around the world tumbling- Our Washington Correspondent Siobhan Kennedy is inside the New York Stock Exchange.
Can the Chancellor’s ‘levelling up’ promises be fulfilled in next week’s budget?
Boris Johnson has promised that next week’s Budget will contain measures to support businesses hit by the coronavirus .
‘So far infection rate in UK is still very low relative to peers’ – Lord Jim O’Neill on coronavirus
Lord O’Neill is a former chief economist with Goldman Sachs.
Coronavirus fears lead to worst week for shares since financial crisis
More than £200 billion has been wiped off the value of Britain’s leading companies over the last week – as shares tumbled in their biggest weekly fall since the midst of the financial crisis.
‘We don’t know if outbreak is contained in China’ – economist Diana Choyleva
Diana Choyleva is the Chief Economist for Enodo Economics – a macroeconomic and political forecasting company that focuses on China, and Katie Martin is the Capital Markets Editor for the Financial Times.
Coronavirus spread triggers economic downturn fears
In a world which depends on global trade, the coronavirus is causing economic mayhem.
World stock markets fall as coronavirus spreads
Fears over coronavirus have sent financial markets tumbling around the world.
UK/EU ‘very far away’ as they prepare for talks – European Parliament Brexit trade negotiator
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has declared that the UK cannot expect a future trade deal with the EU to be similar to that with Canada – because it’s simply too close, geographically.