Wall Street futures on Thursday left investors on the sixth day of a loss as the Coronavirus outbreak continued to scare investors.
Financial markets have continued to decline in Asia and Europe.
In Europe, the FTSE 100 in Britain, SAC 40 in France and DAX in Germany all account for less than 2.5 percent of transactions.
Japan’s shares fell more than 2 percent in Asia. Shares in China have maintained a general trend, with Shanghai increasing 0.1 percent.
Oil prices have also fallen, international benchmark Brent crude has dropped more than 2 percent. Gold prices have risen, indicating continued concern among global investors.
Seekers looking for safe places to invest are invested in government bonds, pushing 10-year Treasury notes to record yields.
The epidemic has shown a backlash to multinational companies. On Wednesday, Microsoft said it would reduce its sales in the current quarter due to disruptions in the supply chain. On Thursday, Anheuser-Busch joined the InBev Chorus, as there was a steep drop in quarterly profits as Brewer predicted.
Agencies have also returned their travels. French cosmetics giant El Oriel has postponed all business trips for its 5 employees at the end of March. Giant Swiss-based food company Nestlé says it will postpone all international business travel for its 20,000 employees by mid-March.