The primary headlines still center around the spreading novel coronavirus which originated in Wuhan, China. A World Health Organization senior medical advisor indicated that coronavirus infections should be over by April.
Overall, the broader economic impact of the viral outbreak is still unclear, both domestically in China and globally. Bridgewater’s Ray Dalio believes the market impact of Coronavirus is “exaggerated.”
An interesting knock-on effect of the novel coronavirus: the viral outbreak has started to drive demand for China’s online grocers.
Related to China, Federal prosecutors announced charges Monday against four Chinese intelligence officers for hacking the credit-reporting giant Equifax in one of the largest data breaches in history. 
It was a pretty big deal when the Chinese yuan fell above 7.00 USD/CNY. Now that USD/CNY has risen below 7.00 it could be worth following throughout the coming weeks and months.