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FT.com - USMar 28, 2020
Coronavirus latest: Trump considers New York quarantine
Hedge fund founded by Boaz Weinstein profits as high-yield bond prices slump

Coronavirus Relief Bill Challenges All That Libertarians Believe In - NPR (Google Business News)

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
Over 600,000 Coronavirus Cases Worldwide: Live Updates - The New York Times
Over 600,000 Coronavirus Cases Worldwide: Live Updates  The New York Times

UPDATE 1-U.S. coronavirus cases surge past 100,000 as doctors protest over medical shortages (Reuters Company News)

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
15 More People in North Dakota Test Positive for COVID-19 - Valley News Live
15 More People in North Dakota Test Positive for COVID-19  Valley News LiveNorth Dakota's first death from coronavirus reported in Cass County  INFORUMNorth Dakota has first COVID-19 death; governor closes hair salons, tattoo shops  Bismarck TribuneBurgum to discuss COVID-19, other topics during briefing at 4:00 p.m.  KX NEWSGov. Burgum signs a pair of executive orders Friday  KFYR-TV

Defense attorneys: 2012 DUI, COVID-19 could throw curveball in Jon Jones case - MMA Fighting (Google Business News)

MarketWatchMar 28, 2020
Tax Guy: Coronavirus stimulus-package tax relief: Withdraw $100K from your IRA — and repay in 3 years with zero tax liability
Use the money to pay bills, pay down your HELOC, or simply to get through the pandemic.

3 Top Stocks to Buy With Your $1,200 Stimulus Check (The Motley Fool)
Will You Get a Bigger Stimulus Check If You File Your Tax Return Now? (Kiplinger)

Automotive News Breaking NewsMar 28, 2020
GM CEO's 16-month effort to repair Trump ties shatters in a day
President Trump's Friday fracas over ventilators caught GM completely off guard, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg. By the evening, he dredged up an old grudge, taking another shot at GM for closing its Lordstown plant in Ohio.

Inside Trump's risky push to reopen the country amid the coronavirus crisis - The Washington Post (Google Business News)

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
Three months into the pandemic, here is what we know about the coronavirus - The Washington Post
Three months into the pandemic, here is what we know about the coronavirus  The Washington PostScientists Find Strains of Coronaviruses Closely Related to COVID-19 virus in Pangolins  NewsweekNot wearing masks to protect against coronavirus is a 'big mistake,' top Chinese scientist says  Science MagazineHow long does coronavirus live on surfaces? Experts explain  World Economic Forum

Dolly Parton says coronavirus pandemic is a lesson from God: 'Keep the faith, don't be too scared' - Fox News Latino (Google Business News)

Forbes HeadlinesMar 28, 2020
How BTS Could Make More Than $1.1 Billion From Virtual Shows After COVID-19 Wrecks American Tour
BTS could potentially bank more than $1.1 billion dollars by moving its coronavirus-delayed North American tour to online only.

Forbes HeadlinesMar 28, 2020
How Entrepreneurs Are Pivoting Their Businesses During Crisis
Entrepreneurs need to think differently about how their operate their businesses during this unprecedented time. Learn the top 10 must-do's on how to pivot your business during a crisis.

Ask a Recruiter: How Can I Job Search During the Coronavirus Outbreak? (The Motley Fool)
Lost Your Health Insurance During the COVID-19 Crisis? Here Are Your Options (The Motley Fool)

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
Square's Revised Guidance Shows It Can Survive the Coronavirus Crisis
The online payments company only expects a moderate deceleration in the first quarter.

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
The 3 Most Resilient Stocks in the Bear Market Today
These stocks have soared while the overall market tanked. But are they buys?

Washington Post BusinessMar 28, 2020
The latest sign the recession is intensifying: White-collar workers are being laid off now
Service sector jobs got slammed early in the coronavirus crisis, now it's tech, legal and other professionals reporting layoffs, pay cuts and furloughs.

Washington Post BusinessMar 28, 2020
Stock markets drop sharply, snapping three-day winning streak
The sell-off offers a stinging reminder that the government's $2 trillion rescue package won't blunt investor anxiety just yet.

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
Time will tell if this $2 trillion injection, known as the CARES Act, will deliver - CNBC
Time will tell if this $2 trillion injection, known as the CARES Act, will deliver  CNBCWhat's in the $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief bill for you  Mercury NewsCoronavirus Stimulus Package: What's in It for You  U.S News & World Report MoneyUnemployed workers could get more than 100% of their paycheck under the coronavirus bill  CNBC

NewsWatch: What the $2 trillion stimulus means for you — and how the ‘recovery rebates' to households will be calculated (MarketWatch)

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
3 Stocks to Buy Ahead of the Next Market Crash
Things could still get worse in the markets, and that's why now may be a good time to load up on these stocks.

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
New York governor Andrew Cuomo provides a coronavirus update - watch live - Guardian News
New York governor Andrew Cuomo provides a coronavirus update - watch live  Guardian NewsFACT CHECK: N.Y. Governor Slams Trump Ventilator Claim As 'Ignorant' And 'Uninformed'  NPRNew York delays presidential primary  Los Angeles TimesTough Love From Andrew Cuomo  The New York TimesNew York Daily news readers' letters, March 28, 2020

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
Here's How Uber's CEO Sees a Coronavirus Recovery Playing Out
Check out these insights from the ridesharing giant.

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
4 Reasons I Bought More Baidu Stock Amid the Coronavirus Crisis
China's top search engine faces an uphill battle, but its growth could improve in the second half of the year.

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
Urn deliveries in Wuhan raise questions about China's actual coronavirus death toll - Fox News
Urn deliveries in Wuhan raise questions about China's actual coronavirus death toll  Fox NewsSome Recovered Coronavirus Patients In Wuhan Are Testing Positive Again : Goats and Soda  NPRShipments of urns in Wuhan raise questions about China's coronavirus reporting  New York Post Wuhan, the Chinese city where coronavirus began, starts easing restrictions after two months of quarantine  Fox NewsCoronavirus Crisis Awakens a Sleeping Giant: China's Youth  The New York Times

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
Old Laptop, Tablet or Phone? Here's How They Can Help You Right Now - The Wall Street Journal
Old Laptop, Tablet or Phone? Here's How They Can Help You Right Now  The Wall Street Journal

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
These Airlines Are Cutting the Most Flights As Coronavirus Crushes Air Travel
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced every U.S. airline to make deep schedule cuts. But these four airlines have been more aggressive than peers when it comes to chopping money-losing flights.

MarketWatchMar 28, 2020
Key Words: Trump slams GM, says auto maker should start making ventilators ‘NOW!!!!!!'
General Motors Co. got sideswiped by a series of tweets from President Donald Trump, who criticized the auto maker for not providing the ventilators that it said it would.

MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 28, 2020
BlackRock to waive fees for running Federal Reserve bond-buying program
BlackRock, the massive asset manager tapped to manage the Federal Reserve's bond purchase stimulus program, will charge no fee, according to a term sheet released late Friday. BlackRock will also credit back the value of all underlying fees and income that it earns on its own exchange-traded funds within the program. "Net fees for BlackRock, including the value of the credit, shall be made public on a regular basis," the term sheet said. The company also pledged to "treat BlackRock-sponsored ETFs on the same neutral footing as third-party ETFs." The terms came after some criticism was directed at the Fed for giving the contract to a well-connected Wall Street firm.

Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
Would everyone wearing face masks help us slow the pandemic? - Science Magazine
Would everyone wearing face masks help us slow the pandemic?  Science MagazineMore Americans Should Probably Wear Masks for Protection  The New York TimesConfinement, week #2: An empty Paris, police controls and homemade face masks  FRANCE 24 EnglishAs Face Mask Supply Dwindles, Fashion Designers Offer Their Assistance  Smithsonian.comFace masks will keep uninfected safe? Coronavirus fact vs. fiction  CBS 17View Full Coverage on Google News

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
Shipments of urns in Wuhan raise questions about China's coronavirus reporting - New York Post
Shipments of urns in Wuhan raise questions about China's coronavirus reporting  New York Post Some Recovered Coronavirus Patients In Wuhan Are Testing Positive Again : Goats and Soda  NPRWuhan eases quarantine as coronavirus cases in US pass 100,000  Getaka.co.inShrimp vendor at Wuhan market may be coronavirus 'patient zero'  New York Post

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
FDA Approves New 5 Minute Test to Accelerate U.S. Coronavirus Response
The FDA has approved a COVID-19 test that can provide results while patients wait.

The Motley FoolMar 28, 2020
Domino's Pizza: A Lockdown Winner Any Way You Slice It
The restaurant chain is a tech leader within the food services industry and weathering the COVID-19 crisis well.

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
'A game changer': FDA authorizes Abbott Labs' portable, 5-minute coronavirus test the size of a toaster - USA TODAY
'A game changer': FDA authorizes Abbott Labs' portable, 5-minute coronavirus test the size of a toaster  USA TODAYAbbott coronavirus test approved by FDA, could deliver results in 15 minutes  KABC-TVFDA authorizes 15-minute coronavirus test  CNNAbbott wins U.S. approval for test that can detect coronavirus in minutes  Yahoo NewsHow It Works: Portable Coronavirus Testing  Abbott

CNBC BusinessMar 28, 2020
Coronavirus live updates: Shellshocked Spain reports record deaths, nurses plead for gear
This is CNBC's 24-hour blog covering all the latest news on the coronavirus outbreak.

Forbes HeadlinesMar 28, 2020
French Lockdown To Last Weeks, As Coronavirus Death Toll Nears 2000
France's strict stay-at-home, nationwide lockdown has been extended until at least mid-April. This as the French coronavirus toll snowballs, with a third more cases and almost double the deaths within a few days. Many fear the travel ban, confining most people to their homes, could continue weeks.

The Margin: ‘We needed each other in this crazy mess.' Is it a good time to rescue a dog during the coronavirus lockdown? (MarketWatch)

CNBC BusinessMar 28, 2020
Global cases surge past 600,000, Spain infections exceed 72,000, Iran reports 2,500 deaths
Global coronavirus cases surged past 600,000 on Saturday, with deaths exceeding 28,680.

MarketWatch Breaking NewsMar 28, 2020
Coronavirus update: 615,519 cases and 28,717 deaths; in U.S., 104,860 and 1,711
Coronavirus update: 615,519 cases and 28,717 deaths; in U.S., 104,860 and 1,711

MarketWatchMar 28, 2020
Market Extra: These indicators suggest a stock-market bottom, but coronavirus fears could send the S&P 500 swooning again
The question investors must now ask themselves is whether or not the market has already hit the bottom of this bear market, or whether investors should prepare themselves for worse to come.

Yahoo BusinessMar 28, 2020
Spain's Deadliest Day; Global Cases Exceed 600,000: Virus Update
(Bloomberg) -- Global cases of coronavirus surpassed 600,000 and the U.S. became the first country to reach 100,000 infections. Spain reported a second consecutive day of record deaths as the pandemic shows no signs of abating.Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the country will extend stimulus on an "unprecedented scale." China also signaled it is preparing larger-scale stimulus to counter the economic fallout.Key Developments:Cases top 607,000; 28,000 dead, 132,000 recovered: Johns HopkinsSpain reports 832 deaths, exceeding Friday's recordTrump uses federal law to order GM to make ventilatorsJapan plans cash handouts, supplementary budgetChina signals ramped-up stimulus, says all 54 new virus cases on March 27 are importedU.S. cases exceed 104,000, more than Italy, ChinaSubscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg's Prognosis team here.Click VRUS on the terminal for news and data on the coronavirus and here for maps and charts. For analysis of the impact from Bloomberg Economics, click here. For BNEF's view of the impact on energy, click here.Spain's Deadliest Day (6:42 a.m. NY)Spain said 832 people died from coronavirus in the last 24 hours, its deadliest day since the outbreak began. That brings total fatalities to 5,690 after the country recorded 769 deaths on Friday.Health Minister Salvador Illa warned on Friday that the pandemic has yet to reach its peak in Spain.Germany to Stay Locked Down (6:37 a.m. NY)German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the country'

Yahoo BusinessMar 28, 2020
'I'm deeply concerned': Public health experts warn of coronavirus spread in more U.S. cities
The growing number of coronavirus cases is worrying many public health experts, including NYU Langone Health Assistant Professor Alison Bateman-House. 

CNBC BusinessMar 28, 2020
The century-old company that invented the checkbook may be a key coronavirus economic player
Deluxe invented the checkbook 100 years ago, but today it is operating at the center of the coronavirus crisis as a small business ally and potential government stimulus check distributor.

NYTimes BusinessMar 28, 2020
Coronavirus May Add Billions to the Nation's Health Care Bill
Insurance premiums could spike as much as 40 percent next year, a new analysis warns, as employers and insurers confront the projected tens of billions of dollars in additional costs of treating coronavirus patients.

Iran's health system strong, ready for possible escalation in coronavirus cases: Rouhani - Reuters (Google Business News)

Google Business NewsMar 28, 2020
New York may be weeks away from reaching a peak in coronavirus cases. Now other states are preparing for surges - CNN
New York may be weeks away from reaching a peak in coronavirus cases. Now other states are preparing for surges  CNNU.S. coronavirus cases surpass 100,000 as doctors cope with medical shortages  Reuters UKUS coronavirus cases reach more than 101,000 as reported deaths hit new daily high  CNNCoronavirus Cases, Concentrated on the Coasts, Now Threaten America's Middle  The New York Times

Yahoo BusinessMar 28, 2020
People Are Rushing to Buy 100-Ounce Bars of Gold
(Bloomberg) -- There are few corners of the global financial market that have been upended as spectacularly, or as oddly, by the coronavirus pandemic as gold trading.Not only are prices swinging in an erratic fashion -- surging one moment and crashing the next -- that is undermining the metal's vaunted status as a haven in times of crisis, but unprecedented logistical disruptions have also kicked off a frantic hunt for actual bars of gold.At the center of it all are a small band of traders who for years had cashed in on what had always been a sure-fire bet: shorting gold in the futures market. Usually, they'd ride the trade out till the end of the contract when they'd have a couple of options to get out without marking much, if any, loss.But the virus, and the global economic collapse that it's sparking, have created such extreme price distortions that those easy-exit options disappeared on them. Which means that they suddenly faced the threat of having to deliver actual gold bars to the buyers of the contract upon maturity.It's at this point that things get really bad for the short-sellers.To make good on maturing contracts, they'd have to move actual gold from various locations. But with the virus shutting down air travel across the globe, procuring a flight to transport the metal became nearly impossible.If they somehow managed to get a flight, there was another major problem. Futures contracts in New York are based on 100-ounce bullion bars. The gold that's rushed in from abroad is almost always a different size.The short-seller need

Yahoo BusinessMar 27, 2020
Hedge Funds Started Selling BlackBerry Limited (BB) Before The Coronavirus
Coronavirus is probably the 1 concern in investors' minds right now. It should be. On February 27th we published an article with the title Recession is Imminent: We Need A Travel Ban NOW. We predicted that a US recession is imminent and US stocks will go down by at least 20% in the next 3-6 […]

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3 - PIMCO Energy & Tactical Credit Opportunities Fund (0001756908) (Issuer) (SEC.gov Updates: News Digest)

Wall Street Journal US BusinessMar 27, 2020
Fox Business Parts Ways With Host Trish Regan
Fox Corp.'s business channel said it parted ways with host Trish Regan, who was taken off the air two weeks ago after she dismissed concerns over the coronavirus pandemic as "impeachment all over again."

Who Is Eligible For Small Business Loans In The Economic Stimulus Package? (Forbes Headlines)
Coronavirus stimulus package: Aid and stimulus guide for U.S. individuals and businesses (Yahoo Business)

Washington Post BusinessMar 27, 2020
Instacart's workers will strike for safety protections and hazard pay. A lifeline of groceries could be caught in the middle.
Instacart workers who deliver groceries announced a strike demanding covid-19 protections, a better default tip and hazard pay.

At Two Fashion Resale Warehouses, Workers Fear for Their Safety (NYTimes Business)

Yahoo BusinessMar 27, 2020
US STOCKS-Wall Street tumbles as U.S. virus cases pass 100,000
Wall Street stocks tumbled on Friday, ending a massive three-day surge after doubts about the fate of the U.S. economy resurfaced and the number of coronavirus cases in the country climbed. U.S. stocks deepened their losses late in the session, even after the House of Representatives approved a $2.2 trillion aid package - the largest in American history - to help people and companies cope with an economic downturn caused by the coronavirus outbreak and provide hospitals with urgently needed medical supplies.

SEC.gov Updates: News DigestMar 27, 2020
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Google Business NewsMar 27, 2020
Cuomo threatens to reject $6.7B in federal aid in favor of Medicaid redesign - POLITICO
Cuomo threatens to reject $6.7B in federal aid in favor of Medicaid redesign  POLITICOCuomo: Not sure if closing all businesses, keeping everyone home was 'the best public health strategy'  Fox NewsFACT CHECK: N.Y. Governor Slams Trump Ventilator Claim As 'Ignorant' And 'Uninformed'  NPRTough Love From Andrew Cuomo  The New York Times

Google Business NewsMar 27, 2020
Coronavirus: Trump orders 'time wasting' General Motors to make ventilators - BBC News
Coronavirus: Trump orders 'time wasting' General Motors to make ventilators  BBC NewsTrump enacts the Defense Production Act to build more ventilators  Fox NewsGM put on blast by president over ventilators  FOX 2 DetroitWhy the Defense Production Act won't get us ventilators any faster  The Washington PostIn reversal, Trump uses Defense Production Act to force GM to make ventilators  Yahoo Parenting

CNBC BusinessMar 27, 2020
Airlines warn government aid 'not a cure' for coronavirus travel plunge
Airlines have warned they expect travel demand to remain weak. United, Delta say that would require a smaller workforce to match.

The Motley FoolMar 27, 2020
Why Redfin Stock Plunged on Friday
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is disrupting the U.S. housing market.

USA Today MoneyMar 27, 2020
Stocks retreat following 3-day surge even as House passes $2.2 trillion stimulus package
U.S. stocks pulled back Friday following three straight days of gains as the House approved a massive coronavirus relief package for the U.S. economy.       

Stock market live Friday: Stocks snap 3-day win streak, Dow drops 915, stimulus bill passes (CNBC Finance)
US stocks suffer late sell-off as stimulus passes into law (FT.com - Financial Markets)

NYTimes BusinessMar 27, 2020
Airlines Tell Employees to Prepare for Difficult Times
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.

Reuters Company NewsMar 27, 2020
Mexico's Orbia draws $1 billion from credit line due to economic uncertainty and coronavirus
Mexican plastic pipe and chemicals company Orbia Advance Corporation said on Friday it drew down $1 billion from its revolving credit line.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks down on virus' economic toll; dollar falls further (Reuters Company News)

MarketWatch MarketPulseMar 27, 2020
United vows no furlough, pay cuts for employees -- for now
United Airlines Inc. said Friday it won't furlough its employees or cut their pay after lawmakers approved the $2 trillion bailout to respond to the economic fallout of the novel coronavirus, including the pandemic's impact on air travel, but said a smaller workforce is possible if the demand rebound is slow. "The impact of COVID-19 on demand for air travel has been dramatic and unprecedented -- far worse than even the aftermath of 9/11," United Chief Executive Oscar Munoz said in a memo to United's nearly 100,000 employees. "United will not conduct involuntary furloughs or pay cuts in the U.S. before September 30th," the memo said. Virtually all airlines have announced schedule and capacity cuts, hiring freezes, and cost-cutting measures as the outbreak worsened and flying slowed to a trickle. United said Friday it expects to make further schedule cuts for May and June. Demand is likely "to remain suppressed for months after that, possibly into next year," the company said. "If the recovery is as slow as we fear, it means our airline and our workforce will have to be smaller than it is today." Shares of United have lost nearly 60% in the last 12 months, compared with losses around 8% for the S&P 500 index. President Donald Trump was expected to sign the stimulus package legislation later on Friday.

Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

CNBC BusinessMar 27, 2020
US households are being mailed 'President Trump's Coronavirus Guidelines for America'
U.S. households are being mailed a version of the COVID-19 guidelines released two weeks ago by the White House Coronavirus Task Force — and the guidelines are specifically called "President Trump's."

Trump says he told Pence not to call governors who aren't 'appreciative' of White House coronavirus efforts - CNBC (Google Business News)
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