China’s Shanghai Composite index added 14 points or 0.5% higher to finish at 2,890 on Monday, reversing from a fall in its morning session, as workers in China were back to factories and offices from an extended Lunar Ney Year holiday. That said, a large number of workplaces remain closed and many white-collar workers reportedly were working from home, amid fears over coronavirus outbreak. Deaths from the outbreak have crossed 900, exceeding the number killed globally by the 2003 SARS.