Economic Fallout From Coronavirus Deepens, Threatening Tech, Retail, Auto Supplies

The coronavirus casts a widening shadow across the U.S. economy. The outbreak in China is dampening visits by Chinese tourists, raising the prospect of shortages and price increases for iPhones and other products, and disrupting parts deliveries for carmakers. “It’s consequential,” Diane Swonk, chief economist of Grant Thornton, says of shipment delays and product shortages. “It’s going to happen.” Read more at USA Today.