• Global Vehicular Lighting Market 2020 Future Development, Revenue, Trend and Competitive Landscape Analysis by 2026 10 Apr 2020 18:40 The MarketWatch News Department was not involved in the creation of the content. Apr 10, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) -- MarketsandResearch.biz has published an innovative statistics of the market titled Global Vehicular Lighting Market 2020 by …
  • Vendors want BSNL dues matter to reach finance ministry 10 Apr 2020 18:11 New Delhi: Industry body PHD Chamber of Commerce has written to the telecom department to raise the issue of pending BSNL payments worth Rs 20,000 crore to the finance ministry in order to aid the financially stressed sector. In a letter to telecom …
  • ADB pledges $2.2 bn to bolster India's health infrastructure, MSMEs 10 Apr 2020 18:08 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide India $2.2 billion (around Rs 16,000 crore) to help the country ramp up health infrastructure and bolster micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) facing hardships because of the coronavirus-related …
  • View: India needs a set of fiscal measures, and granular back-to-work protocols, to save both lives and livelihoods 10 Apr 2020 18:08 By Anu Madgavkar & Rajat Gupta The Covid-19 pandemic is the greatest health and humanitarian challenge the world has faced since World War 2. In response, India has moved quickly to implement a nationwide, 21-day lockdown, with a view to flattening the …
  • Loan securitisation deprives 1 cr retail customers of moratorium benefit: Report 10 Apr 2020 17:48 MUMBAI: Securitisation of loans by troubled non-bank lenders has led to one crore eligible retail borrowers being deprived of the three-month loan repayment moratorium, a report said on Saturday. Securitisation refers to the pooling of assets by a lender …
  • ‘If India has to grow faster, States have to grow faster’ 10 Apr 2020 17:42 To present the economic slowdown as a binary of structural versus cyclical or demand side-driven versus supply-side driven factors is completely unwarranted, says Bibek Debroy, Chairman of the Economic Advisory Council to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In …
  • Coronavirus: Boris Johnson taking short walks as care continues 10 Apr 2020 17:25 Image copyright PIPPA FOWLES / DOWNING STREET HANDOUT Image caption The PM outside Downing Street before he was admitted to hospital Boris Johnson is taking short walks between periods of rest as part of the care he is receiving for coronavirus. The …
  • With lessons from SARS, Hong Kong's Covid-19 tutorial for the world 10 Apr 2020 17:23 Half an hour into a virtual UK parliamentary committee meeting on Wednesday, Jeremy Hunt, the former UK foreign secretary, asked a question that sounded like a drowning man seeking a lifeline. Hunt was responding to a summation of Hong Kong’s relative …
  • Nasscom urges Centre to reimburse “paid leave” given to staff during lockdown 10 Apr 2020 17:19 IT and ITeS industry body Nasscom has urged the Centre to reimburse the payroll cost of employees who were on “paid leave” on account of any Covid-19 related lockdown measures till March 31, 2021, among other concessions and facilities. According to a …
  • How Can We Support Sanitation Workers During COVID-19? 10 Apr 2020 16:43 Asia-Pacific, Headlines, Health Opinion Courtesy: WaterAid/ CS Sharada Prasad/ Safai Karmachari Kavalu Samiti NEW DELHI, Apr 10 2020 (IPS) - In addition to healthcare professionals, there is another group of people at the frontlines of the global …
  • Global Cases Pass 1.5 Million and Deaths Near 100,000: Live Updates 10 Apr 2020 16:37 Global cases surge past 1.5 million, as deaths inch toward a grim milestone. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide has surged past 1.5 million, according to data collected by The New York Times and Johns Hopkins University, and the death toll …
  • Telcos find some relief in lockdown, revenues rise 15% as usage picks pace 10 Apr 2020 16:37 Revenues of telecom companies are estimated to have grown by 15 per cent in the quarter ended March 31, compared with the previous quarter, thanks to a surge in data consumption as a large number of office workers shifted to work from home and people were …
  • AI trends in the US that Indian companies can leverage 10 Apr 2020 16:36 Artificial intelligence (AI) is everywhere. AI is at the core of disruption across industries globally. In the US, AI has successfully enabled convenience and faster decision-making on a significantly larger scale than ever conceived. For example, AI is a …
  • View: Coronavirus could be India's black swan event 10 Apr 2020 16:22 By Shailesh Haribhakti The PM has demonstrated world recognised leadership by announcing a comprehensive 21 day lockdown and three packages to enable citizens and businesses to cope. Going forward our country will need nine bridges to enable us to emerge …
  • COVID-19 mars Easter holidays as death toll nears 100,000 globally 10 Apr 2020 15:33 In this Wednesday, April 8, 2020, photo provided by the New South Wales Police, investigators in protective gear examine material from the Ruby Princess cruise ship at Wollongong, Australia. Police boarded the cruise ship to seize evidence and question …
  • The Daily 202: GOP senator’s coronavirus plan: Get federal government to cover 80 percent of wages. 10 Apr 2020 15:17 with Mariana Alfaro Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) wants the United States to follow Europe’s lead. That’s not something conservatives like him normally say, but he believes desperate times call for desperate measures. The rising star on the right proposes that …
  • Europe, Asia and Africa and the Coronavirus: Live Coverage 10 Apr 2020 15:10 Global cases surge past 1.5 million, as deaths inch toward a grim milestone. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide has surged past 1.5 million, according to data collected by The New York Times and Johns Hopkins University, and the death toll …
  • Business Updates During Coronavirus Pandemic: Live Coverage 10 Apr 2020 15:10 The pandemic is a natural disaster, not an economic shock. The coronavirus’s economic fallout looks more like the aftershock of a massive hurricane — like Katrina, which devastated Louisiana in 2005 — than that of a recession, analysts at the Federal …
  • FPIs stare at higher withholding tax on dividends owing to tax treaty 10 Apr 2020 15:06 Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) may have to pay a higher withholding tax on dividends received though their final liability may be lower owing to tax treaty arrangements. Companies may withhold tax at the rate of 20 per cent plus surcharge and cess on …
  • UK clarifies lockdown rules over policing fears 10 Apr 2020 14:09 Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Police have been patrolling near supermarkets to ensure social distancing rules are followed Downing Street says people are allowed to buy whatever they want from shops that remain open, after concerns that police …
  • Spelling Out CLP’s Dedication to Reporting 10 Apr 2020 13:57 Apr. 10 /CSRwire/ - Check out CLP.CONNECT Effective communication is crucial in today’s complex and fast-changing business world. We need to not only do our jobs well and efficiently, but also inform the public and our many stakeholders so they …
  • Indian-origin Finance Minister eases tax norms for foreign workers fighting COVID-19 in UK 10 Apr 2020 13:55 By PTI LONDON: Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has temporarily eased the tax criteria for highly skilled foreign workers, including those from India, engaged in the coronavirus fightback in the UK during a fixed three-month period. The Indian- …
  • Frames per Second: The long walk home 10 Apr 2020 13:41 Taxi driver Ghulam Hasan (Farooq Shaikh) — the protagonist of Muzaffar Ali-directed Gaman (1978) — gets a letter from his wife Khairun (Smita Patil), asking him to return home. His mother has had an accident, injuring her hipbone, and has been advised by …
  • NBFCs stare at defaults as banks refuse moratorium benefits 10 Apr 2020 13:31 MUMBAI: Non-bank lenders may be staring at a default-like situation after banks declined to pass on the benefits of a three-month loan moratorium, announced by the Reserve Bank of India last week. Non-banking finance companies (NBFCs), which are themselves …
  • Coronavirus: Are call centre employees from Canada’s banks allowed to work from home? 10 Apr 2020 13:22 Only one of Canada’s six big banks says it is developing plans to allow some customer services employees to work from home instead of in crowded call centres —  the type of enclosed spaces with over 50 people that public health officials have urged …
  • Coronavirus update: France reports 50 cases aboard aircraft carrier 10 Apr 2020 13:21 Updated April 10, 2020 22:46:28 Fifty crew members aboard France's sole aircraft carrier, the Charles de Gaulle, have tested positive for the new coronavirus, while Zoom's security practices have come under the spotlight after uninvited men crash …
  • What you need to know about coronavirus on Friday, April 10 10 Apr 2020 13:15 YOU ASKED. WE ANSWERED Q: What is herd immunity? A: The World Health Organization's Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove said we should not seek to achieve "herd immunity" — a strategy of building immunity in a population through exposure — in the absence …
  • Global Financial Losses Will be 'Significantly More than $2 trillion' in 2020 Due to COVID-19, Economist Warns 10 Apr 2020 12:48 Amid lockdowns imposed by governments over the COVID-19 pandemic, with companies closing and dismissing staff, global economic growth will turn "sharply negative" this year, warns the International Monetary Fund. IMF Chief Kristalina Georgieva …
  • Nasscom urges Centre to reimburse "paid leave" given to staff during lockdown 10 Apr 2020 12:48 Hyderabad: IT and ITeS industry body Nasscom has urged the Centre to reimburse the payroll cost of employees who were on "paid leave" on account of any COVID-19 related lockdown measures till March 31, 2021, among other concessions and facilities …
  • Coronavirus mars Easter holidays as death toll nears 100,000 10 Apr 2020 11:12 Rome: Hundreds of millions of people around the world will spend the Easter holiday at home as lockdown measures intensify to combat the coronavirus, a pandemic with a global death toll rapidly approaching 100,000. Governments have forced businesses to …
  • Covid-19 cripples Rs 2,000-crore Jalandhar sports industry 10 Apr 2020 11:12 Jalandhar: With Covid-19 lockdown resulting in a complete halt of trading activities, barring some essential commodities, the over Rs 2,000-crore sports industry of Jalandhar is having a harrowing time as the current situation has forced sport goods …
  • UK PM Johnson 'must rest up', says his father 10 Apr 2020 10:52 Image copyright PIPPA FOWLES / DOWNING STREET HANDOUT Image caption The PM outside Downing Street before he was admitted to hospital Boris Johnson "must rest up" after he was moved from intensive care with coronavirus, his father has said. …
  • Virus mars Easter holidays as death toll nears 100,000 10 Apr 2020 10:52 Hundreds of millions of people around the world will spend the Easter holiday at home as lockdown measures intensify to combat the coronavirus, a pandemic with a global death toll rapidly approaching 100,000. Governments have forced businesses to close and …
  • G20 meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors on Apr 15 10 Apr 2020 09:56 The virtual meeting of the finance ministers and central bank governors comes within a fortnight of their last meeting on March 31 New Delhi: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das will on April 15 participate in the meeting …
  • NBFCs to face liquidity pressure on lack of clarity on RBI's moratorium, poor collection: Crisil 10 Apr 2020 09:31 Mumbai: Non-banking finance companies are likely to face liquidity challenges due to lack of clarity on the applicability of the Reserve Bank's moratorium on their bank loans and poor collection due to the nationwide lockdown, says a report. According …
  • Dineout launches Project Thali to help the vulnerable during lockdown 10 Apr 2020 09:23 Dineout has launched a special project with the aim to end hunger and malnutrition and make food available to those struggling to make ends meet during this lockdown. 'Project Thali', a community-driven initiative that aims to connect the dots …
  • Axis Bank-backed TReDS platform, Invoicemart crosses USD 1 billion throughput 10 Apr 2020 09:04 India's leading digital invoice discounting marketplace, Invoicemart became the first TReDS (Trade Receivable Discounting System) platform to cross USD 1 billion in business volume as on March 4, 2020. Launched in 2017, the platform has scaled …
  • Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and the world on April 8 10 Apr 2020 08:35 The latest: Federal officials urged people to stick with public health measures aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 as they offered their first look at national projections into how the outbreak could unfold on Thursday — the same day that recorded …
  • Against a common foe, nations around the world go their own way on pandemic 10 Apr 2020 08:35 When Queen Elizabeth recently broadcast a message of reassurance to the British people in the age of COVID-19, not surprisingly perhaps, she invoked that old wartime spirit many Britons still relate to.   She referenced her own experiences during the …
  • 16.8M people out of work during COVID-19 shutdowns, number climbing 10 Apr 2020 08:22 By Marina Villenuve, Geir Moulson and Elena Becatoros Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — A staggering 16.8 million Americans have been thrown onto the unemployment rolls in just three weeks, underscoring the terrifying speed with which the coronavirus …
  • Global coronavirus death toll nears 96,000, confirmed cases exceed 1.6 million 10 Apr 2020 07:47 By AFP BRUSSELS: In perhaps the most hard-hitting week of the year so far, the global death toll crossed 95, 000 with over 1.6 million confirmed cases, although there were tentative signs of hope that the crisis was peaking in the United States and Europe. …
  • The Trudeau Government Defers to Experts on COVID-19. Why Not Climate Change? (in Opinion) 10 Apr 2020 07:30 When the media asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau if he would continue to quarantine after his two weeks of self-isolation are complete, Trudeau responded: “I am going to make sure that we continue to follow all recommendations of public health officers.” …
  • Lincoln Pharmaceuticals Ltd update on impact of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) 10 Apr 2020 07:23 Lincoln Pharmaceuticals Limited ("Company") salutes the entire medical & support fraternity including doctors, nurses, healthcare workers and civil forces who are selflessly providing care to all affected patients in India and also taking a …
  • PayPoint facilitates government's relief package during Covid-19 lockdown 10 Apr 2020 07:14 PayPoint India, a technology-enabled distribution network of financial services, has extended its services to enable the transaction of government's relief package to the poor who are worst-affected by the coronavirus outbreak. The company's micro- …
  • ADB assures $2.2 bn support package to India to fight Covid-19 pandemic 10 Apr 2020 07:10 Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Masatsugu Asakawa on Friday assured Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman of $2.2 billion (about Rs 16,500 crore) support to combat Covid-19 pandemic, PTI reported. In a call, Asakawa commended the government's …
  • View: Treat the crisis as the big nudge 10 Apr 2020 07:10 The nCovid19 pandemic has created the biggest economic disruption in living memory of most Indians who also form the largest national cohort of working age men and women on planet earth. The country currently is at a stage where no one is able to say with …
  • Coronavirus update: Singapore warns teachers off Zoom after students exposed to obscene images 10 Apr 2020 06:58 Updated April 10, 2020 16:18:25 Zoom's security practices have come under the spotlight after a class in Singapore was exposed to uninvited men posting obscene images, New Zealand has confirmed its second COVID-19 fatality and Canada has warned it may …
  • Coronavirus: Boris Johnson must rest up, says PM's father 10 Apr 2020 06:56 Image copyright PIPPA FOWLES / DOWNING STREET HANDOUT Image caption The PM outside Downing Street before he was admitted to hospital Boris Johnson's father has said the prime minister "must rest up" after he was moved from intensive care …
  • Global virus death toll passes 94,000, but some signs of hope 10 Apr 2020 06:51 Another horror day of the coronavirus pandemic saw the global death toll pass 94,000, although there were tentative signs of hope that the crisis was peaking in the United States and Europe. The picture of the unfolding economic catastrophe also became …
  • February fiscal deficit at 5.07% of GDP, likely to be more in March 10 Apr 2020 06:47 India’s fiscal deficit stood at 5.07% of gross domestic product (GDP) in February, according to a report released by the government on Thursday. With one month of the fiscal year remaining, the government is unlikely to meet its revised target of 3.8% of …
  • Covid-19: Global death toll passes 94,000, but... 10 Apr 2020 06:35 Another horror day of the coronavirus pandemic saw the global death toll pass 94,000, although there were tentative signs of hope that the crisis was peaking in the United States and Europe. The picture of the unfolding economic catastrophe also became …
  • ADB assures $2.2 billion support package to India for COVID-19 response 10 Apr 2020 06:08 New Delhi: Asian Development Bank (ADB) President Masatsugu Asakawa on Friday assured Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman of $2.2 billion (about Rs 16,500 crore) support to India in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In a call, Asakawa commended the …
  • Essentials not the biggest headache: Study shows most people find plight of poor, economic crisis more stressful 10 Apr 2020 05:48 NEW DELHI: Confined to their homes because of the lockdown, it seems that people these day are more stressed seeing the plight of the disadvantaged and the economic crisis rather than immediate worries like availability of essential goods, job cuts and …
  • Coronavirus Updates: April 9, 2020 10 Apr 2020 05:30 Apr 09, 2020 11:17 PM (IST) Posted by Rashi Hardaha Assam woman arrested for inflammatory social media post A woman was arrested from Hailakandi district in south Assam on Thursday for spreading inflammatory content on social media, police said. Apr 09, …
  • Friday, April 10: Coronavirus global update 10 Apr 2020 05:17 As of 5.40 today more than 1,604,715 people have been infected across the world and over 95,735 have died but at the same time 356,660 people have recovered. The USA is now the country with the most infected cases (468,887) ahead of Spain (153,222) who …
  • After Mumbai, Delhi makes face masks in public places mandatory - cnbctv18.com 10 Apr 2020 05:15 Adani Ports 251.90 (+0.42%) Asian Paints 1651.35 (+2.64%) Axis Bank 420.15 (+7.36%) Bajaj Auto 2435.95 (+8.67%) Bajaj Finance 2551.85 (+9.39%) Bajaj Finserv 4820.25 (+4.59%) Bharti Airtel 488.70 (+5.86%) Bharti Infratel 173.90 (+4.51%) BPCL 344.90 (+0.76%) …
  • No one defies lockdown and gets away — Not even the Wadhawans! 10 Apr 2020 04:49 Home delivery of FIR amid Coronavirus lockdown The nationwide lockdown in India for 21 days is in its last leg and some states, including Maharashtra, have requested an extension due to the rising cases of coronavirus in the country. Defying the lockdown …
  • Western economies slow to react to crisis says leading economist 10 Apr 2020 03:50 Image copyright Getty Images The coronavirus was "taken a little more lightly" by western economies compared to those in Asia, says a former IMF chief economist. Raghuram Rajan said western economies are facing a drop in economic growth by as …
  • Vijay Mallya gets bankruptcy reprieve from UK High Court 10 Apr 2020 03:27 By PTI LONDON: In a relief to Liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the High Court in London has deferred hearings on a plea by the SBI-led consortium of Indian banks, seeking the indebted tycoon to be declared bankrupt to enable them recover a loan of around GBP 1. …
  • Pivotal role being played by forces in Covid-19 fight, all assistance to industry: Defence Secretary 10 Apr 2020 03:14 In an interview to [email protected] Defence Secretary Ajay Kumar has said that regular interactions are on with industry to minimize the Covid impact, instructions to release payments have been issued and shares the role the armed forces and …
  • Paucity of ATMs leaves money in Jan Dhan accounts less accessible 10 Apr 2020 02:28 In a bid to ease the pain of Covid-induced lockdown on poor and low-income households, the government announced a cash transfer of ₹500 per month for the next three months to women holding Jan Dhan accounts. Aside from the fact that the cash transfer will …
  • This is a worldwide crisis — we need a global bailout for poorer countries 10 Apr 2020 02:13 by Rick Rowden, American University School of International Service The entire global community is now facing the unprecedented triple crisis of a global health pandemic, economic recession and global financial meltdown – and the fates of rich and poor …
  • Almost 17 million Americans out of work; Easter celebrations move online 10 Apr 2020 01:23 A spike in deaths in Britain and New York and surges of reported new infections in Japan and in India's congested cities made it clear the battle is far from over. In over developments, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved out of intensive …
  • Higher spend, slump in revenues start straining finances of states 10 Apr 2020 00:43 In this environment of a “buyers’ strike”, state government won’t find it easy to raise funds, even if the Centre were to permit them to borrow more. The effects of a slump in their revenues from the lockdown, coupled with higher spending to deal with the …
  • Coronavirus leads to Ireland’s biggest ever repatriation effort 09 Apr 2020 23:04 Some 4,600 Irish people have returned to Ireland in light of the coronavirus pandemic.Getty More than 4,500 Irish citizens have returned home to Ireland in light of the global coronavirus pandemic The Irish government is in the midst of what is thought to …
  • New Spikes in Asia, Boris Johnson, Stimulus Efforts: Your Friday Briefing 09 Apr 2020 21:35 Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan are confronting new waves of coronavirus cases, largely fueled by infected people who recently arrived from other countries, according to data compiled by The Times’s graphics team. Singapore is also seeing a rise in …
  • Financing the pandemic rescue package 09 Apr 2020 20:55 The priority for India is to ensure that it overcomes the COVID-19 pandemic and kick-starts GDP growth rather than fix the weaknesses in the macroeconomy: a high fiscal deficit of 7.49% and government indebtedness that was 69% of GDP in 2019. When COVID-19 …
  • Coronavirus latest: Boris Johnson moved out of intensive care 09 Apr 2020 20:52 British PM Boris Johnson leaves intensive care, remains in hospital Angela Merkel says that lifting social distancing measures is liable to take time US President Donald Trump renewed his attack on the World Health Organization's handling of the …
  • Scale up tests: The best way to do this quickly enough is for government to pick up the tab 09 Apr 2020 20:37 In the war against Covid-19, government will need more data. The world over, authorities have been compelled to devise countermeasures based on estimates. It’s essential therefore to take steps which give a more realistic assessment of the spread of the …
  • Covid-19: Retail lending may not remain steady source of business for banks 09 Apr 2020 20:36 With a demand destruction, following the coronavirus (Covid-19)-driven lockdown, retail lending may no more be a steady source of business and revenue for banks, at least in the current financial year (FY21). Delinquencies in unsecured loans are already on …
  • Centre manages to sail through first borrowing of the fiscal year 09 Apr 2020 20:28 The first borrowing for the fiscal year saw the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) paying higher coupon than the prevailing market rate as traders take position for a deluge of supply in the coming days. The government borrowed Rs 19,000 crore from the markets. …
  • Covid-19 impact: Punjab govt clears 20 mn metric tonnes of grain stock 09 Apr 2020 20:27 The dreaded coronavirus pandemic has emerged to be a ‘bright spot’ for Punjab as increased demand for foodgrains has helped clear 20 million metric tonnes of stock that was clogging its storage facilities since the last three years, finance minister …
  • Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and the world on Thursday 09 Apr 2020 20:25 The latest: Federal officials urged people to stick with public health measures aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19 as they offered their first look at national projections into how the outbreak could unfold on Thursday — the same day that recorded …
  • Coronavirus news: 16.8M Americans out of work; Easter celebrations move online 09 Apr 2020 20:24 WASHINGTON -- A staggering 16.8 million Americans lost their jobs in just three weeks in a measure of how fast the coronavirus has brought world economies to their knees. Meanwhile, religious leaders around the globe Thursday urged people to celebrate Good …
  • New York needs more funeral directors as deaths spike; Boris Johnson out of ICU 09 Apr 2020 20:19 • Spike in deaths in Britain and New York • British PM Boris Johnson out of ICU, still hospitalised • Surges of reported new infections in Japan and in India's congested cities • Germany's Merkel stresses discipline, "cautious optimism" …
  • Sports ministry tightens belt, but athletes’ allowances not affected 09 Apr 2020 20:14 Written by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Published: April 10, 2020 1:09:26 am The out-of-pocket allowances for athletes will not be impacted even though the sports ministry may have to cut its spending by 10 per cent for the first quarter of this financial …
  • A key arsenal in rural India’s pandemic fight 09 Apr 2020 20:10 If you build a fortress to strengthen your defences against an enemy, what is of importance is the strength of its walls. The issue of space or comfort within the fortress is the last question one may dare to ask or even think about, apart from the minimum …
  • Needed, greater decentralisation of power 09 Apr 2020 20:10 Over the course of the last few weeks, as we have found ourselves in the throes of a pandemic, one of the striking features of governance has been the signal role played by State Chief Ministers across India. Even before the Union government invoked the …
  • Oil Slumps As 10 Million Bpd OPEC+ Output Reduction Fudge Fails To Impress 09 Apr 2020 19:43 Oil futures slid on to negative turf after a meeting of OPEC+ ministers led by Saudi Arabia and Russia failed to impress the market despite their plans for production cuts of 10 million barrels per day (bpd), to cope with demand declines in the wake of the …
  • Bank of America Traders Feel Pressure to Go Into the Office 09 Apr 2020 19:32 When a group of Bank of America employees dialed into a call with their boss, Soofian Zuberi, late last month, they were expecting to hear that they could continue doing their jobs from the safety of their homes. The coronavirus had ravaged New York City …
  • Capital Markets Up on Fed's Multitrillion-Dollar Stimulus Plan 09 Apr 2020 19:25 U.S. stocks were in the green on Thursday after the Federal Reserve announced up to $2.3 trillion in economic support to combat the effects of the coronavirus. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 1.31% to 23,741, the S&P 500 Index rose 1.50% to 2, …
  • Boris Johnson Is Moved Out of Intensive Care: Live Tracker 09 Apr 2020 18:53 Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care as his condition improves. Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain was moved out of intensive care on Thursday, a ray of hope for a country that faces several more weeks under lockdown as the coronavirus …