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Asian Markets Fall Ahead of New Gauges of Damage

Asian markets fell moderately on Thursday as investors held their breath over data that could add to the picture of how the world economy is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak. Hong Kong and Australia led the declines in the Asia-Pacific region. Futures markets signaled muted openings in Europe and on Wall Street. Japan’s Nikkei .N225 was off a slim 0.2% while South Korea .KS11 added 0.2%. Chinese blue chips .CSI300 were just a fraction lower, while E-Mini futures for the...

Warren Buffet’s massive cash Pile now at a record $137 billion.

Buffett, who will host Berkshire’s annual meeting virtually later Saturday, has largely stayed in the shadows as the pandemic hammered the global economy and stock markets. That’s a contrast to the financial crisis in 2008, when his Omaha-based company dipped into its vast cash reserves to gain lucrative preferred shares and rescue businesses teetering on the edge of collapse. While Berkshire’s operating earnings climbed in the first quarter, Buffett warned of pain from the virus’s fallout.

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