• Asia stocks rise on bets of more stimulus as dollar rally fades

    13 days ago - By Reuters

    Asian stocks rose on Friday as investors wagered policymakers will roll out additional stimulus measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic after U.S. unemployment filings surged to a record.
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  • Tim Sykes Coronavirus Update

    Tim Sykes Coronavirus Update

    13 days ago - By Wall Street Daily

    Dear Penny Stock Millionaire,
    The coronavirus pandemic is spreading exponentially...
    Not only is it rocking world markets, but it's now an existential threat to our way of life.
    In this edition of the update, I'll give you important news to share with friends and family. And I'll show how I'm still trading while I stay in one place. Indoors. Away from other people.
    If you're not yet trading, now is the time to study. Prepare yourself for the future. Now, please pay attention...
    URGENT: Coronavirus Update and What You Can Do
    Our medical system is hugely underprepared for this pandemic. And...
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  • U.S. egg prices hit record levels as pandemic buying boosts demand

    13 days ago - By Reuters

    Increased demand for eggs in the United States has sent egg prices soaring in recent weeks as consumers scramble to stock up on staples due to coronavirus shutdowns.
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  • BTS To Reschedule North American ‘Map Of The Soul' Tour Dates Due To Coronavirus

    13 days ago - By Forbes

    The North American leg of BTS's 2020 'Map of the Soul' world tour will be rescheduled, the act announced shortly after the U.S. became the world's leader in reported COVID-19 cases.
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  • One chart compares coronavirus cases per capita in the hardest-hit countries around the world - Switzerland, Spain, and Italy top the list

    One chart compares coronavirus cases per capita in the hardest-hit countries around the world - Switzerland, Spain, and Italy top the list

    13 days ago - By Business Insider

    The US, China, and Italy have the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world.
    But comparing the number of cases per million residents tells a different story about which countries are hardest hit by the pandemic.
    Switzerland has the highest number of COVID-19 cases per capita - 1,340 cases per million people -followed by Spain and Italy.
    The number of US coronavirus cases per capita is far lower: about 210 people are infected per million Americans.
    Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories .
    The US, China, and Italy have the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world...
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  • New U.S. Unemployment Growth Presents Special Problems For Foreign Workers

    13 days ago - By Forbes

    There is little doubt that the outbreak of the coronavirus is having a devastating impact on the U. S. economy, and in turn on the hiring of foreign workers coming to the United States.
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  • US now has the world's most coronavirus cases

    US now has the world's most coronavirus cases

    13 days ago - By Tech Crunch

    On Thursday, the United States crossed an unfortunate milestone in the global fight against the novel coronavirus: leading the world in confirmed cases.
    By Thursday afternoon around 3 p.m. PT, the U.S. reports 82,404 confirmed cases of the coronavirus to China's 81,782 according to a popular COVID-19 tracking tool from Johns Hopkins. Italy, regarded as the world's emerging hotspot in recent weeks, dropped to third with 80,589 cases.
    Image Credits: Johns Hopkins
    As the scientific community warned in the U.S. for some time, a lower case count doesn't necessarily mean there's no cause for...
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  • Coronavirus Wage Cuts Could Cost Both Messi And Ronaldo $20 Million-And They'd Still Be The World's Highest-Paid Soccer Players

    13 days ago - By Forbes

    With the European football shutdown indefinitely due to the coronavirus crisis, clubs are now looking to control the economic fallout by asking for its stars to take a wage cut. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo could lose $20 million.
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  • Exclusive: Ross Stores, other retailers cancel vendor orders following coronavirus hit

    13 days ago - By Reuters

    After closing stores around the world to curb the spread of the coronavirus, retailers are now telling some vendors to immediately cancel orders.
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  • U.S. carmakers move to shore up cash, Ford to restart some plants

    13 days ago - By Reuters

    The two largest U.S. automakers on Thursday announced measures to shore up their finances as the coronavirus pandemic takes a deep economic bite, with Ford Motor Co aiming to resume production next month of its most profitable vehicles while cutting costs further.
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  • U.S. Now Has Highest Number Of Coronavirus Cases In The World

    13 days ago - By Forbes

    New pandemic epicenters are appearing as the coronavirus spreads.
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