Asian markets soared amid worldwide record coronavirus cases


India COVID-19 cases hit record high amid monsoon rains …
India COVID-19 cases hit record high amid monsoon rains In Tamil Nadu, the second worst-hit state in India, cases crossed 100,000 Published: July 04, 2020 12:01 Reuters


Amid Surge in US Coronavirus Cases, Asian Shares Climb as …
Oil prices were mixed in early trade with Brent crude futures up 19 cents at $42.99 a barrel, while US crude eased 23 cents to $40.42 amid worries the surge in US coronavirus cases would curb fuel …


WHO sees record single-day increase in worldwide
The World Health Organization on Sunday reported a record daily increase in worldwide coronavirus cases, with more than 183,000 new infections in a period of just 24 hours.


Stocks Rebound as Dip-Buying Offsets Virus Concern …
Arizona and Oklahoma were among U.S. states to report record one-day increases in new coronavirus cases, a month after easing restrictions. Florida had the biggest daily jump since May 1.


Asian markets soared amid worldwide record coronavirus cases
Markets over in Asia jumped over to positive territory starting the week despite the continuing rise in coronavirus cases. In a July 4 situation report from the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of new COVID-19 cases worldwide has reached a record high of 212,326 cases in a single day beating the previous record of about 190,566 cases


India’s malls and restaurants reopen, amid record surge in …
India’s tally has soared 100,000 cases in the last two weeks. It took 100 days to reach the first 100,000 recorded cases, though this was likely the result of limited testing at the time.


European markets amid protests, virus concerns
Jun 15, 2020Markets in Europe followed their Asian counterparts lower as concerns over a second wave of coronavirus cases dominate market sentiment. Asian stocks traded lower Monday and U.S. stocks fell in …


Asian Markets Fall As Coronavirus Spreads Beyond China …
(RTTNews) – Asian stock markets, led by South Korea, are in negative territory on Monday while safe-haven gold rose amid worries about a surge in the number of new coronavirus cases reported …


Asian Shares End On Tepid Note Amid Virus Worries | Nasdaq
(RTTNews) – Asian stocks ended flat to slightly lower on Monday as rising coronavirus cases in the U.S. and other parts of the world diminished hopes of a quick economic recovery.


Second-wave of coronavirus in the US? Six states record
Coronavirus infections across the United States have soared recently, amid the ongoing protests against racial discrimination and police brutality. The six American states to report record-high cases are Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and Nevada. This comes in the aftermath of what many researchers claimed was the end of the country’s coronavirus peak.