Stock markets tumble on coronavirus fears
Stock markets around the world entered correction territory, meaning a decline of more than 10% from recent peaks
After stock markets around the world entered correction territory, meaning a decline of more than 10% from recent peaks, we have a round-up from around the world of the latest business news concerning the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Also in the programme: up to half of people in some countries now have tattoos, but do they harm job prospects? Nikole Lowe owns a tattoo studio in London and discusses the rising demand for her services. Kristin Broussard of the University of Northern Iowa talks us through research into how tattoos affect people's perceptions. And Johnny Taylor Jr, chief executive of the Society for Human Resource Management, explains whether there are employment law protections in the United States for those with tattoos.