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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The effects of the coronavirus have 'infected' stock markets around the world, which awoke on Monday with declines stemming from the fear of the 2019-nCoV advancing, or the Wuhan virus - as it was also named, in reference to the Chinese city where the micro-organism was first passed from an animal to a human being.

On Monday, the fear of the disease's advance, which has infected over 4,000 people and killed 106, impacted the financial markets: Spain's main stock exchange index, the Ibex 35, closed the day with a two percent drop . . .

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