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MarketWatchApr 05, 2020
NewsWatch: Fed's Bullard says there is ‘good news' for those worried about the economy's future: that universal COVID-19 testing will help restore economic health
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard on Sunday said universal testing for the coronavirus is a good way to help the economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Fed: Fed's Bullard says there is ‘good news' for those worried about the economy's future: that universal COVID-19 testing will help restore economic health (MarketWatch)

MarketWatchApr 05, 2020
Key Words: ‘We are so lucky to have you!' Queen Elizabeth cheered for her call to remain ‘united' amid coronavirus pandemic
In only the fifth televised address of her 68-year reign, the queen offered some reassurance and urged resolve as the coronavirus continues to spread in the United Kingdom and around the world.

Yahoo BusinessApr 05, 2020
Wall St looks for light at end of tunnel, sees risk stocks will re-test lows
(Bloomberg) -- U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson went to a hospital Sunday suffering persistent symptoms 10 days after testing positive for Covid-19.In a possible respite after days of sobering developments, the reported daily death toll in some of the world's coronavirus epicenters was lower on Sunday.New York State fatalities fell for the first time. Italy had the fewest deaths in more than two weeks. France reported the lowest number in five days and Spain's tally fell for three days in a row.Key Developments:Global cases pass 1.2 million; deaths top 68,000: Johns HopkinsU.S. cases exceed 321,000, a quarter of the world totalU.K. to tighten lockdown if neededBiden suggests virtual conventionIndia bans exports of "game changer" virus drugReligious gatherings move onlineThe fast spread pits treating patients against finding a cureU.K. Premier Sent to Hospital (4:15 p.m. NY)U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to a hospital Sunday night after having "persistent symptoms" 10 days after testing positive for Covid-19, a spokesperson said."This is a precautionary step," the official said.Johnson had been in isolation with a high temperature which had not abated. Two days ago, he posted a video on Twitter about his condition.He remains in charge of the government, and is in contact with ministerial colleagues and officials.NYC Welcomes Added Medical Staff (4 p.m. NY)New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said 291 medical staff have arrived to work in the besieged hospital system, but said as many as 1,4

The Motley FoolApr 05, 2020
Should You Buy Inovio Pharmaceuticals During the Coronavirus Market Crash?
The small biotech has a promising pipeline that includes a potential COVID-19 vaccine. But is that enough to justify buying Inovio stock?

Forbes HeadlinesApr 05, 2020
6 Tips To Ride Out Coronavirus Stock Market Volatility
You may think selling all of your stock and bonds (or mutual funds and ETFs) is the safe thing to do. Panicking during the Coronavirus Pandemic may devastate your chances of a secure retirement.

Yahoo BusinessApr 05, 2020
U.K. Premier Hospitalized; Deaths Slow in Hotspots: Virus Update
(Bloomberg) -- U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson went to a hospital Sunday suffering persistent symptoms 10 days after testing positive for Covid-19.In a possible respite after days of sobering developments, the reported daily death toll in some of the world's coronavirus epicenters was lower on Sunday.New York State fatalities fell for the first time. Italy had the fewest deaths in more than two weeks. France reported the lowest number in five days and Spain's tally fell for three days in a row.Key Developments:Global cases pass 1.2 million; deaths top 68,000: Johns HopkinsU.S. cases exceed 321,000, a quarter of the world totalU.K. to tighten lockdown if neededBiden suggests virtual conventionIndia bans exports of "game changer" virus drugReligious gatherings move onlineThe fast spread pits treating patients against finding a cureU.K. Premier Sent to Hospital (4:15 p.m. NY)U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to a hospital Sunday night after having "persistent symptoms" 10 days after testing positive for Covid-19, a spokesperson said."This is a precautionary step," the official said.Johnson had been in isolation with a high temperature which had not abated. Two days ago, he posted a video on Twitter about his condition.He remains in charge of the government, and is in contact with ministerial colleagues and officials.NYC Welcomes Added Medical Staff (4 p.m. NY)New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said 291 medical staff have arrived to work in the besieged hospital system, but said as many as 1,4

Google Business NewsApr 05, 2020
Fed's Bullard says another coronavirus economic relief bill may not be needed - Reuters
Fed's Bullard says another coronavirus economic relief bill may not be needed  ReutersFed's Bullard says US economy not in 'free fall' despite 32% unemployment projection  CNBCFed's Bullard says there is ‘good news' for those worried about the economy's future: that universal COVID-19 testing will help restore economic health  MarketWatchTranscript: James Bullar

MarketWatch Breaking NewsApr 05, 2020
Coronavirus update: 1.22 million cases, 65,884 deaths; glimmer of hope in Spain
Coronavirus update: 1.22 million cases, 65,884 deaths; glimmer of hope in Spain

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COVID-19 case tally: 1.22 million cases worldwide, 65,711 deaths (MarketWatch MarketPulse)

Yahoo BusinessApr 05, 2020
Aramco Delays Oil Pricing Amid Saudi-Russia Row on Oil Cuts
(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Aramco delayed the release of its key monthly oil pricing list until later this week as the kingdom trades barbs with Russia about the OPEC meeting aimed at ending the collapse in oil prices.A new date for the announcement of Aramco's official selling prices for May is not yet set, and the release could be pushed to Tuesday or Thursday, according to a person with knowledge of the situation who asked not to be identified because the information is private. It was due to be published today.The state oil giant is delaying the announcement to await an indication on what may happen at an OPEC meeting planned for Thursday to discuss crude production levels after the collapse in demand due to coronavirus. The Saudi, Russian exchange of diplomatic attacks is opening a fresh rift between the world's two largest oil exporters and jeopardizing a deal to cut production.This will be the second month in a row that Aramco delays its key pricing announcement beyond its traditional deadline of releasing the numbers by the 5th of the month. The pricing decision may affect about 14 million barrels a day of regional oil exports since other Persian Gulf producers often follow Aramco's lead in setting prices for their own shipments.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.


AdWeek NewsApr 03, 2020
Socialbakers Sees Facebook Ad Spend Drop in North America, Europe, Southeast Asia
Ad spending on Facebook is following a similar path to that of the coronavirus pandemic, according to social media marketing platform Socialbakers, showing drops in March in regions where the situation became more serious--North America, the western and southern parts of Europe and Southeast Asia--but signs of a rebound in East Asia, where businesses are...
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