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AFN markets in Asian shares that were down today on growing fears that the spread of the corona virus may be unstoppable it's hurt global growth considerably European markets way down this morning to Japan's benchmark closing lower Australia dipped more than two percent South Korea down one percent Hong Kong's hang saying to the Shanghai composite here at home on Wall Street yesterday the S. and P. five hundred losing seven point six percent in the last four days since hitting a record high just Wednesday that's the benchmark index's worst such stretch since the end of twenty eighteen resulting in two point fourteen trillion dollars in losses now Tuesday also marked the first back to back three percent losses for the index since the summer of twenty fifteen Dr Leana Wen from George Washington University told CNBC faith in any government's ability to handle the coronavirus is key and that might not happen in some parts of