U.S. futures advanced and the yen slid in volatile trading after the biggest plunge in Wall Street stocks since 1987. Asia-Pacific shares ranged from a further drop in South Korea to gains in Australia.
Japan’s share benchmark swung from a loss of 3% to a gain of more than 3%. Australia jumped. Hong Kong and China fluctuated. S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures reached their limit-up. The S&P 500 Index sank 12% Monday, erasing its gain for 2019, after President Donald Trump warned of a possible recession, with economic disruption from the coronavirus potentially extending into summer. Treasury yields