What Investors Should Expect From Companies Hit by the Coronavirus Outbreak

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Let's give a quick update on the coronavirus.

The markets reacted to ongoing fears around the virus Thursday, with the Dow closing down.

Friday, there’s concern around the number of cases of the coronavirus outside of China after South Korea reported 100 new cases, which brings the country’s total to over 200.

There are over 75,000 cases and 2,000 deaths from the virus.

Dun & Bradstreet took a look at the impact of the coronavirus on the supply chains of companies. 

"At least 51,000 (163 Fortune 1000) companies around the world have one or more direct or Tier 1 suppliers in the impacted region, and at least five million companies (938 Fortune 1000) around the world have one or more Tier 2 suppliers in the impacted region," the report stated.

So, with so many companies being impacted by the outbreak, what should investors be listening for when it comes to the outbreak?

Brian Alster, General Manager of Third-Party Risk & Compliance Solutions at Dun & Bradstreet, joined TheStreet to discuss the findings from the report and advise on what investors should be listening for. 

Watch the full video above for more. 

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