Coronavirus: London Stock Exchange drops to 13-month low | Aston Martin warns on Chinese supply | Standard Chartered Asia growth concern

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The coronavirus outbreak has continued to spook markets as the London Stock Exchange dropped to a new 13-month low and traders warned that the virus could lead to "anaemic global growth".
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