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Yahoo BusinessApr 01, 2020
Europe Stocks Drop With U.S. Futures; Bonds Climb: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Stocks fell in Europe and Asia along with U.S. equity futures as investors took in worsening American coronavirus figures and assessed the impact of the pandemic on corporate profits and dividends. The dollar climbed with Treasuries.Banks led the decline in the Stoxx Europe 600 index after lenders including HSBC Holdings Plc and Standard Chartered Plc halted dividends and share buybacks. Futures on the S&P 500 Index slid as much as 3.6% after President Donald Trump warned of a "painful" two weeks ahead, with the country grappling to get the outbreak under control and New York City's death toll now topping 1,000.Stocks in Japan hit session lows in the final hour of trading, closing down almost 4%. Hong Kong shares also dropped. Chinese equities outperformed as a private reading on the country's manufacturing sector beat expectations, rebounding in March.Stocks are beginning the new quarter with more declines, hot on the heels of the worst quarter for global shares since 2008. Investors disappointed with the loss of dividend income could spark a fresh wave of selling, knowing that analysts are dashing to update earnings forecasts to take into account the looming global recession and the slump in stock prices."Markets are looking at global equities in a new light, one with no buyback support and no dividends," said Chris Weston, head of research at Pepperstone Financial Pty Ltd. The earnings season is likely to trigger a decline in consensus S&P 500 profit expectations which "are f

MarketWatch MarketPulseApr 01, 2020
European stocks open lower, U.S. equity futures fall amid grim coronavirus forecast
European stocks opened sharply lower on Wednesday, with U.S. stock futures also under pressures after U.S. President Donald Trump warned of a "very painful" two weeks ahead in the country's coronavirus battle. Experts warned of a staggering 100,000 to 240,000 U.S. deaths even after adhering to social distancing guidelines. The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 2.3%, while Dow industrials futures fell over 600 points, or 2.8%. The first quarter marked the worst first quarter for the Dow and worst quarter European equities since 2002.

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Wall Street Journal US BusinessApr 01, 2020
Workers Return to China's Factories, but Coronavirus Hurts Global Demand
Chinese factory activity expanded in March, following sharp contractions in January and February, but sluggish demand, dampened hopes for a speedy recovery.

Google Business NewsApr 01, 2020
Stock futures fall on continuing worries about economic fallout - Fox Business
Stock futures fall on continuing worries about economic fallout  Fox BusinessGoldman's Matsui on Virus Impact on Japan Economy, Stocks, BOJ  Bloomberg Markets and FinanceAsian markets mixed as coronavirus, recession fears weigh on sentiment  MarketWatchJapan's business mood hits seven-year low as virus revives deflation specter  ReutersJapanese Large Manufacturers' Sentiment Plunges  Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Reuters Company NewsApr 01, 2020
UPDATE 1-India's top carmaker Maruti Suzuki sales hit by coronavirus
Sales at India's biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India fell 16% in the last fiscal year as the auto industry, already reeling under pressure from a slowing economy and lean demand, has been hit by the coronavirus outbreak.

Reuters Company NewsApr 01, 2020
BP cuts capex by $3 bln, to lower U.S. shale output
BP slashed its 2020 spending plan by 25% and will reduce output from its U.S. shale oil and gas business in the face of the recent collapse in oil prices due to corononavirus, it said on Wednesday.

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Mexico's state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos said on Tuesday that it will maintain crude production levels even as the coronavirus pandemic erodes demand around the world and crude prices continue dropping to historic lows.

Washington Post BusinessMar 31, 2020
Trump pushes $2 trillion infrastructure package in next coronavirus bill
Citing low interest rates, the president tweeted that now is the time to push forward with a "VERY BIG & BOLD" infrastructure package.

Google Business NewsMar 31, 2020
Bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach bets stocks March lows to be surpassed in April - Yahoo Finance
Bond investor Jeffrey Gundlach bets stocks March lows to be surpassed in April  Yahoo FinanceView Full Coverage on Google News

Google Business NewsMar 31, 2020
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Amazon Worker Leads Protest Against Working Conditions, Is Fired | All In | MSNBC  MSNBCAndy Puzder on employee walkouts at Amazon, Instacart: 'Disaster' if online ordering slows down  Fox News'Us grocery store workers need to be fairly compensated.' Protests at Amazon, Whole Foods begin.  USA TODAYCoronavirus Prompts Instacart and Amazon Strikes Over Health Concerns  The New York TimesAmazon auditions to be

Reuters BusinessMar 31, 2020
Stocks under pressure after biggest quarterly drop since 2008
Asian shares faced another leg lower on Wednesday as the coronavirus sharply slows global growth, leading a gauge of world stocks to post its biggest quarterly decline in more than a decade and oil prices to trade near lows last seen in 2002.

Yahoo BusinessMar 31, 2020
U.S. hospitals halt lucrative procedures amid coronavirus crisis, job cuts follow
U.S. hospitals and physician groups are beginning to feel severe financial strain as they shift operations from profitable procedures to focus on the rapidly spreading coronavirus pandemic. The hospital industry nationwide is under growing pressure to halt lucrative elective surgeries, relocate patients not infected with coronavirus from frontline facilities, and greatly expand capacity for expensive intensive care to address the healthcare crisis. In roughly a dozen states, including hard-hit New York, New Jersey and Washington, government officials have ordered these changes.

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