Bulls Bears & Brokers: Martin Place Securities Barry Dawes on how markets are defying coronavirus fears

Martin Place Securities executive chairman Barry Dawes speaks to Proactive about how the markets seem to now be defying fears about the coronavirus, which has affected many people in China and caused many deaths.

He says while trade and travel may have impacted the economy, surprisingly the markets are forging on as usual.

Dawes highlights the start of an era of positivity after a decade of market lull, with many junior mining stocks now starting to have positive upward results.

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