22 Jan 20 - Asian Markets Fall on Coronavirus | Sydney Airport   Global markets retraced overnight, as US equities were mixed, dodging the losses that took hold in Europe and Asia as investors grappled with worries that a deadly virus in China might undercut economic growth. At the same time, President Donald Trump said he expects a deal with Europe on auto tariffs.   Asian markets were hit hard on Tuesday, on the back of the unfolding coronavirus outbreak from China. There are growing fears that the SARS-like virus outbreak in China could develop into a full-blown rerun of the SARS crisis 17 years ago - after the World Health Organisation called an emergency meeting, although it is clearly very early to tell. A CNN report is also suggesting the first case of Coronavirus has reached the US. Six deaths have so far been reported in China. China’s Lunar New Year holidays commence later this week, which will see a large amount of Chin...