• Asian countries risk new waves of coronavirus infections when they lift lockdowns. The same could happen in the rest of the world

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    Wuhan, China is set to end its historic lockdown on April 8, but experts think the area could see a second wave of coronavirus cases after restrictions lift.
    Travelers are bringing the virus back into Asian countries that have controlled domestic spread, leading to new restrictions in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan.
    To control new waves of infections, countries and cities may need to impose more lockdowns in the future.
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    The two-month coronavirus lockdown in Wuhan, China is set to end on April 8 , but the city could see yet another...
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  • S&P rallies for second day

    S&P rallies for second day

    14 days ago - By Reuters

    The S&P 500 rallied for a second straight session Wednesday as the U.S. Senate appeared to near a vote on a $2 trillion package to support businesses and households devastated by the coronavirus pandemic. Fred Katayama reports.
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  • US stock futures point to further recovery after second strong day for Wall Street

    14 days ago - By Stl Today

    Stock futures pointed higher on Wednesday following a second strong day for Wall Street.
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  • Futures point to gains at the open, building on two-day rally

    14 days ago - By CNBC

    U.S. stock index futures pointed to gains at the open on Thursday, building on recent strength that's seen the Dow and S&P 500 register their first back-to-back gains since February.
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  • BlackRock's Rieder says bond market volatility has peaked and stocks may have hit bottom

    14 days ago - By CNBC

    BlackRock's Rick Rieder says bond market volatility appears to have peaked and he doesn't think the S&P 500 will fall below 2,300.
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  • How major US stock indexes fared Wednesday

    14 days ago - By Chron

    Stocks scored their first back-to-back gains Wednesday since a brutal sell-off began five weeks ago, though much of an early rally faded late in the day as a last-minute dispute threatened to hold up a $2 trillion economic rescue package in Congress.
    The S&P 500 rose 1.2%, bringing its two-day gain to 10.6%. It had been up 5.1% earlier in the day as Congress moved closer to approving the plan to provide badly needed aid to an economy that has been ravaged by the coronavirus. The market is now down nearly 27% since setting a record high a month ago.
    On Wednesday:
    The S&P 500 index rose...
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  • Trump Boasts About The Stock Market

    Trump Boasts About The Stock Market

    14 days ago - By Huffington Post

    Both President Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee bragged about the stock market's biggest one-day percentage gain.
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  • S&P 500 rallies for second day as investors await $2 trillion aid package

    14 days ago - By Reuters

    The S&P 500 rallied for a second straight session on Wednesday as the U.S. Senate appeared near a vote on a $2 trillion package to support businesses and households devastated by the coronavirus pandemic.
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  • Alert: Stocks end higher a day after historic rally, but gains fade on signs virus aid bill could be delayed; S&P 500 rises 1%

    14 days ago - By Chron

    NEW YORK - Stocks end higher a day after historic rally, but gains fade on signs virus aid bill could be delayed; S&P 500 rises 1%.
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