World stock markets are under pressure as the spreading coronavirus triggers shutdowns, closures, cancellations and fears of a recession. How bad is it, and how much worse could it get? Hear from The Wall Street Journal's Greg Ip in conversation with Economics Editor Nell Henderson. They'll discuss what we know so far about the virus and its economic impact, what previous epidemics and natural disasters tell us about what to expect, what policy makers have done to counteract the virus, and what more they could do.
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