Stocks across the globe and oil prices continued to tumble on Thursday and U.S. Treasury yields hit record lows as traders fretted over the economic impact of the spreading coronavirus.  No country should make the “fatal mistake” of assuming it will be spared the coronavirus, the World Health Organization said, as governments from Iran to Australia shut schools, canceled big events and stocked up on medical supplies in a race to contain the rapid global spread. Bets that the U.S. Federal Reserve will cut interest rates to help soften the expected blow to the world’s largest economy sent the dollar lower against a basket of its peers. On Wall Street, the S&P 500 was set for its steepest weekly pullback since the global financial […]