| June 01, 2020
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Supply Chain Recovery a Factor in Stock Market Rally: The S&P 500 continues its rebound as the global coronavirus pandemic eases. One factor may be the rebuilding of global supply chains which got decimated during the crisis. Crossovers between ‘supply chain disruptions’ and stock returns have marked turning points for the S&P 500 since the start of the year. Find out more using our Coronavirus News Monitor
For the first time since the coronavirus crisis erupted, the total media coverage about a vaccine surpasses news about fear or panic. Stay strong! Find out more using our Coronavirus News Monitor
Things are getting worse for Russia, according to RavenPack's Country Sentiment Index. Find out more using our Coronavirus News Monitor
"Infodemic" index: contagion peaked in China before the U.S. Find out more using our Coronavirus News Monitor
Periods of COVID-19 news saturation tend to be followed by sharp increases in fake news. Find out more using our Coronavirus News Monitor
Global sentiment continues to decline but at a national level large divergences are appearing. Find out more using our Coronavirus News Monitor
Sentiment for the European Union hits a new low after coronavirus broadside according to RavenPack news analytics.
We ranked countries according to the Fake News Index on our
Coronavirus News Monitor
. We found those that ranked highest also tended to be the countries with the toughest measures...
RavenPack news analytics shows the weekly count of headlines containing the word "Layoffs" can provide a clue as to official Jobless Claims.
Panic precedes pandemic, at least according to RavenPack’s Coronavirus Panic Index, which tends to rise ahead of cases of the virus. The Index measures the percentage of total COVID-19 news that mentions panic or fear; it has led confirmed coronavirus cases since the start of the crisis. Follow the index here:
In the days leading up to the 24th of February, the fall of S&P, the number of insider-sales rose, with executives increasingly selling their own shares.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, trading the spread between positive and negative news sentiment stocks still continues to show strong performance.
Despite the increasing number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, one statistic that is progressively lowering in Europe, is the level of pollution.
As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases increases, the number of facilities closing down is simultaneously rising.
Data shows protest-related news declines as COVID-19 cases rise.
Coronavirus epidemic news related to Spain has increased by 355% in the last week probably due to the sudden escalation in virus counter-measures enforced by the Spanish authorities.
After China and Europe, the media started to greatly cover the Coronavirus pandemic in the United States, especially the state of New York. Look out for places where it is mentioned the most.
Since the start of the crisis, fear has hit the Tourism, Hotel, and Airlines industries, with the Airlines industry suffering the biggest drop in news sentiment.
Airline stocks with the most media exposure to China were hit the hardest during the first market scare after the coronavirus outbreak.
Recession fears driven by the coronavirus are on the rise. More than 80% of all news about a recession talks about the new virus. Watch out for these news levels rising even further.
News about pneumonia saw a strong negative decline in sentiment prior to the Wuhan (China) cases being linked to the coronavirus. Watch out for a sentiment reversal as a positive sign of the coronavirus situation improving.
News about events being canceled or postponed has more than doubled in the last week and quadrupled in the last 30 days.
Apple is the company most mentioned in the news alongside the coronavirus. It has 5x more news volume than the next company International Airlines Group (IAG). Also, 4 of the top 10 stocks in the ranking are airlines.
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