Time now for an in-depth look at the market news this afternoon.
And for that, I'm joined on the line by Dr. Song Soo-young, professor of economics at Chung-Ang University.
Professor Song, thank you for making time today.
Apple is saying it's not going to be able to meet its revenue expectations because of the coronavirus. U.S. stocks were down a bit Tuesday. What's the story in the global markets and here in Korea?
Some Korean companies may find themselves in big trouble because of the coronavirus and its impact on supplies. President Moon has declared an economic emergency in Korea. What needs to be done here?
Meanwhile, gold, as a safe haven, has risen for the first time in seven years to 16-hundred dollars an ounce. Tell us about that, and where you think gold is going.
Alright, Professor Song.
We'll have to leave it there for now.
Thanks for sharing your insights with us today.