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Michael Bloomberg's campaign spend surpasses Obama's in just three months. Source: Getty

Good morning.

Here’s everything you need to know in finance today.

The ASX is expected to dip at open today, amid fears the coronavirus is spreading across Asia and continuing to negatively impact global economic activity.

Wall Street drops too: US stocks have been sold off, and the Nasdaq had its worst daily percentage decline in about three weeks due to a spike in coronavirus cases.

The Australian dollar was buying 66 US cents at 0700 AEDT, up from 65.99 US cents on Friday.

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg told Bloomberg TV the economy is proving resilient, despite the impact the coronavirus is having on its biggest trading partner, China.

What happens when you die without a will? Writing a will is something younger Aussies might not give much thought to, but if you haven’t done so, this article might change your mind.

Is this the man who could beat Trump? Bernie Sanders is a Democratic front-runner in the US 2020 federal election. But, if you don’t know much about him, here’s everything you need to know.

Bloomberg’s win over Obama: Michael Bloomberg, another Democratic candidate, has surpassed Obama’s record for President of the United States candidate TV-ad spend, with US$338.7 million i spending in just three months.

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