Stocks rally after Chinese data boost to close worst quarter since 2008

World stocks looked set to close their worst quarter since 2008 on a brighter note on Tuesday, as strong Chinese factory data held out hope for an economic revival even as much of the...

South Africa’s rand plunges to all-time low

After Moody's downgraded South Africa's investment rating to "junk" on Friday, the rand plummets - adding heaping further economic misery on Africa's most advanced economy. David Doyle reports. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/30/south-africas-rand-plunges-to-all-time-l?videoId=705428505&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5

Chaotic oil price persists

The current situation on the commodity market regarding oil trading is very favourable for investors who are able to accept a very high level of risk on their investments as the price of oil...

Asia shares suffer fresh spill as virus damage deepens

By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Monday and oil prices took another tumble as fears mounted that the global shutdown for the coronavirus could last for months, doing untold harm to...

Dollar slows slide as investors seek shelter amid pandemic crisis

By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar slowed its descent after a week of declines and the safe-haven yen edged ahead on Monday, as coronavirus lockdowns tightened across the world and investors braced for...

Italy’s UniCredit puts 2019 dividend, share buyback on hold after ECB recommendation

MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's biggest bank, UniCredit (MI:CRDI), said on Sunday it was putting on hold plans to pay dividends on 2019 results and to buy back shares to meet regulatory calls to preserve...

Egypt’s banks told to limit withdrawals and deposits

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian banks have been instructed to apply temporary limits on daily withdrawals and deposits in a move seemingly designed to control inflation and hoarding during the coronavirus' spread. The daily limit for...
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U.S. company wins approval for rapid-results COVID-19 testing

Abbott Laboratories said on Friday it won U.S. marketing approval for a diagnostic test for the coronavirus that can deliver results to patients within minutes and be used in physicians offices and urgent care...
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Trump invoking Defense Production Act to acquire more ventilators

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said that he is invoking the Defense Production Act to require General Motors Co to build much-needed ventilators for coronavirus patients after he accused the largest U.S. automaker...
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‘I didn’t see this coming’: SA businesses brace for tough times

Small business owners like coffee vendor Siyathemba Ralo say they will struggle as a 21-day coronavirus lockdown begins, and don't know how to access promised government measures to mitigate economic damage. David Doyle reports....
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$2 tln U.S. stimulus fails to lift global stocks

The U.S. has a $2 trillion stimulus package, but that wasn't enough to lift global stock markets Thursday. Julian Satterthwaite reports. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/26/2-tln-us-stimulus-fails-to-lift-global-s?videoId=702914498&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5
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Global shares jump again on stimulus bump

Shares rose on Wednesday following a strong rally in the previous session, as investors bet on unprecedented stimulus measures to ease the economic pain for businesses and households. Ciara Lee reports Read more at...

Investors see the price of gold rise

The price of gold rose sharply by about 4 percent of its daily price during the beginning of the 13th week of 2020. It happened during Tuesday's European trading morning on 24 March at...
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Trump considers reopening U.S. economy despite coronavirus spread

President Donald Trump is considering measures to reopen the U.S. economy, even as the highly contagious coronavirus is spreading rapidly and hospitals are bracing for a wave of virus-related deaths. This report produced by...

The US dollar exchange rate rises

Investor sentiment over concerns regarding the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus in Europe and the subsequent sharp decline in the economies of the European Union and especially the euro zone countries, has led to increased...

Mexico’s peso currency falls to record low

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's peso currency tumbled 1.81% on Sunday to a new low of 24.86 pesos per U.S. dollar, after warnings of a big jump in unemployment in the United States and...

Occidental nears deal with activist Icahn on proxy battle: source

(Reuters) - U.S. oil and gas producer Occidental Petroleum Corp (N:OXY) is nearing an agreement with activist investor Carl Icahn to halt a proxy battle in return for board seats, according to a person...

MGM Resorts boss Jim Murren vacates position amid industry crisis over virus outbreak

(Reuters) - U.S. casino operator MGM Resorts International's (N:MGM) Chief Executive and Chairman Jim Murren is stepping down prior to the expiration of his contract in light of the crisis in the industry brought...

Mexican president cautions against using reserves to boost peso

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sunday he believes the central bank should be careful with the country's international reserves, which in his view should not be used...

Russia: Gulf nations, not us, to blame for oil prices fall -TASS

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia never sought a sharp oil price fall or an end to cooperation with Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), and the Gulf nations are to blame for the crisis on...

Virus hit UK companies told to halt financial statements

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's listed companies should not publish preliminary financial statements for at least two weeks to better assess how the coronavirus epidemic is affecting their business, the Financial Conduct Authority said on...

China removes threat of total ban on U.S. poultry if bird flu is found:...

By Tom Polansek CHICAGO (Reuters) - China has promised it will not impose a nationwide ban on imports of U.S. poultry if the United States finds cases of avian flu, an industry group said, a...
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From gin to disinfectant: Distiller joins coronavirus fight

A Belgian distillery has switched from producing gin to disinfectants after medical authorities sought additional supplies to cope with coronavirus spreading in the country. Ciara Lee reports Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/21/from-gin-to-disinfectant-distiller-joins?videoId=699944604&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5
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Wall Street notches worst weekly decline since 2008

Wall Street wrapped up its worst week since October 2008. As Fred Katayama reports, the S&P 500 dropped more than 4% Friday as two states ordered workers to stay home to stem the spread...

Receding volatility is a positive market sign: financial advisor

As the volatility index declined for a second day Friday, Mercadien Asset Management's Ken Kamen said smaller market moves could entice buyers to come back. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/20/receding-volatility-is-a-positive-market?videoId=699625301&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5
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Coronavirus takes brutal toll on small U.S. eateries

The rapidly escalating coronavirus outbreak in the United States has begun to decimate the restaurant industry as an increasing number of states and regions enforce population lockdowns and close eateries, bars, gyms and other...

The value of Bitcoin drops significantly

Recent developments in relation to the global coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, along with investors' concerns regarding the severe impact on the global economy, have led to an overall decline on the financial market, including the...
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Australia’s Qantas to cease international flights

Qantas Airways said on Thursday (March 19) it will halt all international flights from late March until at least the end of May, and is putting two-thirds of its workforce on leave after Australia...

Euro up after ECB asset purchase program but dollar retains advantage

By Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar resumed its relentless climb against major currencies on Thursday as wild financial market volatility and worries over tightening liquidity triggered by the coronavirus pandemic sparked an investor...

Asian stocks find support after ECB purchase program

By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar surged and everything else was blown away on Thursday as emergency central bank measures in Europe, Japan, the United States and Australia failed to halt a fresh...

Day Ahead: Top 3 Things to Watch for March 19

By Kim Khan Investing.com - The U.S. stock market tumbled and, although closing well off the lows, it was no surprise for anyone watching the activity recently. Wall Street is stuck in a yo-yo or unprecedented...

Stocks Fall With Bonds With Stimulus Uncertain: Markets Wrap

(Bloomberg) -- Financial markets spasmed, sending U.S. stocks down more than 5% and Bloomberg’s dollar index up to a record, as the economic fallout from the pandemic outpaced the massive response from governments and central banks. The...

U.S. crude hits 17-year low as lockdowns, restrictions spread

By Jessica Resnick-Ault NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices plunged on Wednesday, with U.S. crude futures hitting an 18-year low and Brent a 16-year low as Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said lockdowns to counter the coronavirus...

Gold Reverses Losing Streak After Virus Response

(Bloomberg) -- Gold extended gains into a second day after governments and central banks flagged they’ll take more aggressive action to handle the economic fallout of the coronavirus outbreak. Spot bullion advanced as much as...
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Recession on the horizon: trader

Options trader Jeff Tomasulo of Vespula Capital says markets haven't stabilized because investors fears the possibility of recession. But now that the S&P 500 has dropped 30%, he says investors should start nibbling away...
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U.S. airlines seek $50bln government bailout

Major airlines sought a U.S. government bailout of more than $50 billion as the White House urgently worked on drafting a financial assistance package in the wake of the steep falloff in travel caused...
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U.S. eyes aid for airlines, ‘significant’ coronavirus stimulus package

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told CBS's "Face the Nation" program the administration would discuss "a number of new proposals" for the airlines with U.S. lawmakers this week. This report produced by Chris...
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Apple closes most stores worldwide for two weeks

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced all stores outside of China will be closed for two weeks as the coronavirus outbreak showed little sign of easing. Conway G. Gittens has the details. Read more at...
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s trial postponed due to coronavirus

Elon Musk's expected defense of a $2.2 billion deal in court was postponed on Friday from its expected Monday start, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Yahaira Jacquez reports. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/13/tesla-ceo-elon-musks-trial-postponed-due?videoId=695259673&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5

The Bank of England cuts interest rates

On 11 March, 2020 the Bank of England (BoE) unexpectedly cut the benchmark interest rate to 0.25% p.a. The current inflation in the United Kingdom is at the moment 1.8% p.a., which is not...

Disney to shut California parks through March over coronavirus

By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Walt Disney Co (N:DIS) will close its theme parks in California and Florida and its resort in Paris from this weekend through the end of the month due to the...

Asian markets braced for deeper rout as virus panic worsens

  - By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Global stock markets crashed on Friday, ending a years-long bull run, with coronavirus panic selling hitting almost every asset class and leaving investors nowhere to hide. Half a trillion dollars...

Treasuries Fail to Hold Gains Spurred by Fed’s Rescue Attempt

(Bloomberg) -- U.S. Treasury yields beat a retreat from session highs Thursday after the Federal Reserve brandished its most aggressive market support measures since it was digging the economy out of the last recession....
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German ice wine maker defies climate change

A winemaker in southern Germany has succeeded in producing a small, but precious, quantity of ice wine after an unseasonably mild winter ruined the rest of the country's harvest. Edward Baran reports. Read more...

Oil falls $2 as Trump surprises with travel ban

By Devika Krishna Kumar NEW YORK (Reuters) - Brent crude slid 7% on Thursday after President Donald Trump restricted travel to the United States from Europe as part of measures to try to halt the...

Dollar skids as Trump’s virus response disappoints

By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The dollar slid in another seismic shift to price in more U.S. interest rate cuts on Thursday, as President Donald Trump sapped market confidence with a coronavirus plan light...

Exclusive: Mexico to invite oil and gas investment, no auctions for now

By Anthony Esposito and Abraham Gonzalez ACAPULCO, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexico will soon invite private firms to invest in oil and gas projects to help a flagging economy hit by the fallout of coronavirus, Finance...

As S&P 500 selloff approaches 20%, what next?

By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Fear about the coronavirus has pulled the S&P 500 down nearly 20% from its record high. So what? For many investors, Wall Street's recent deep losses are marking the...

Exclusive: Boeing to separate 737 MAX wire bundles before jet’s return to service –...

By Eric M. Johnson and David Shepardson SEATTLE/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co (N:BA) plans to separate 737 MAX wiring bundles, flagged by regulators as potentially dangerous, before the jet returns to service, two people familiar with the...
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More selling to come: investment officer

Barrett Asset Management's Amy Kong says the negative outlook for earnings growth will likely drive the S&P 500 down another 5% to 10%, dragging it into a bear market. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/11/more-selling-to-come-investment-officer?videoId=694056624&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5

Forex – Dollar Remains Under Pressure Against Yen

By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – The dollar remained lower against the yen Wednesday amid a bid in safe-haven assets as investor fears were realized after the World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus a global...

The price of gold continues to fluctuate

With global financial market prices falling - especially the stock market and oil prices on the commodity market - investors have focused on the so-called safe haven, namely investment in gold. According to analysts,...

Saudi announces plan to boost oil production capacity for first time in years

By Rania El Gamal DUBAI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates joined Saudi Arabia on Wednesday in promising to raise oil output to a record high in April, as the two Gulf Arab oil producers...

Oil falls as Saudi Aramco aims to increase output capacity

By David Gaffen NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Wednesday after Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates announced plans to boost production capacity and OPEC and the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)...

Yen’s March to 100 Seen Unstoppable Amid Rising Volatility

(Bloomberg) -- The yen’s elevated volatility is spurring talk of intervention. But the Bank of Japan may be powerless to halt the currency’s rise. Swings in the yen climbed to an 11-year high this week,...

Bulls Riding Bears. Here’s What To Watch

To follow up on the Biotechnology IBB sector, it failed the low price from two weeks ago (109.70) until headlines (below) hit the tape. Furthermore, four of the Modern Family members have broken a monthly moving average that has...

Brazil’s Petrobras to inject $3.4 billion into pension fund over 25 years

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian state-controlled oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA expects to inject $3.4 billion into its employees' pension fund, Petros, over the next 25 years, the company said on Tuesday. Petrobras said in...
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Wall St. bounces back on Trump stimulus hopes

Wall Street recovered nicely from the beating it took the day before as hopes of government stimulus calmed investors' fears surrounding the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak. Conway G. Gittens has the details....
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Wall St. clobbered on oil plunge, virus crisis

Wall Street suffered its biggest one-day plunge since the 2008 financial crisis as recession worries grew, bond yields fell to new lows, crude oil prices crashed and coronavirus worries increased. Conway G. Gittens has...
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Oil prices plunge, world shares trampled

Oil fell by the most since 1991 on Monday after Saudi Arabia started a price war with Russia by slashing its selling prices and pledging to unleash its pent-up supply onto a market reeling...
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Life in limbo aboard the Grand Princess

Kathleen Reid, a passenger aboard the Grand Princess, which is ordered to remain off the coast of San Francisco and may have passengers with coronavirus, details life on the vessel, but says 'nobody has...
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Week ahead: more record-low bond yields?

Interest rates will be in the spotlight on Wall Street for any further drop in record-low bond yields as investors fret more economic damage from the coronavirus. Conway G. Gittens has the outlook. Read...
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Coronavirus fears slam banks, travel stocks

U.S. stocks suffered another sharp drop, led by financial and travel stocks, as a new wave of fear about the spread of the coronavirus and its economic impact gripped investors. Conway G. Gittens has...

U.S. stocks lower at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 3.58%

Investing.com – U.S. stocks were lower after the close on Thursday, as losses in the Industrials, Financials and Oil & Gas sectors led shares lower. At the close in NYSE, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 3.58%, while the S&P 500 index fell 3.39%,...

U.S. insurers working to ease coronavirus out-of-pocket costs

By Deena Beasley (Reuters) - The U.S. health insurance industry's largest trade group on Thursday said it is committed to addressing prevention, testing and treatment for the new coronavirus strain, including making sure that out-of-pocket...

Brazilian Real Plunges to Record Low Against Dollar 

(Bloomberg) -- Brazil’s real, the world’s worst-performing currency this year, plunged to an all-time low beyond 4.60 per dollar on Thursday after the central bank opened the door for more interest rate cuts. The currency fell 0.6%...

Stocks – Zoom, Exxon Mobil Fall in Premarket

By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com -- Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Thursday, March 5th. Please refresh for updates   8:39 AM ET: Zoom Video (NASDAQ:ZM) Communications stock fell 7.3% as the market reined in its expectations for...

OPEC seen backing big oil output cut, but awaits Russian support

By Ahmad Ghaddar, Shadia Nasralla and Rania El Gamal VIENNA (Reuters) - OPEC agreed on Thursday to cut oil output by an extra 1.5 million barrels per day (bpd) in the second quarter of 2020...

Russia’s Transneft suspends business trips over coronavirus

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian pipeline monopoly Transneft (MM:TRNF_p) said on Thursday it has suspended business trips for its staff due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Interfax news agency reported. Transneft staff will be restricted from...

2 Stocks Set To Deliver Strong Returns As Fed Cuts Rates

The Federal Reserve cut interest rates by 50 basis points to a range of 1% to 1.25% in an emergency move earlier this week, citing the “evolving risks” of the coronavirus to the U.S. economy. The...
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Stocks roar back as Biden takes the lead

Stocks on Wall Street surged more than 4% on Wednesday after former Vice President Joe Biden's strong showing in the Super Tuesday Democratic primary contests. Conway G. Gittens reports. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/04/stocks-roar-back-as-biden-takes-the-lead?videoId=689878904&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5

Uncertainty regards Brexit still persists

The British pound (GBP) exchange rate is affected by the constant concerns regards the final resolution of issues and relations after the UK's departure from the European Union. The GBP  exchange rate dropped below...

Coronavirus Threatens Retail Stocks, But Some Are Safer Havens Than Others

The economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus has clouded the outlook for many sectors of the economy. This includes retailers, who will find themselves in the direct line of fire if this global disease forces consumers...

OPEC+ Experts Urge More Oil-Output Curbs as Virus Slashes Demand

(Bloomberg) -- Experts from OPEC+ recommended that oil ministers consider a larger production cut when they meet this week, as the havoc wrought on the world economy by the coronavirus prompted Wall Street to...

Oil rise as OPEC, allies move closer to deeper output cuts

By Bozorgmehr Sharafedin LONDON (Reuters) - Brent oil prices rose on Wednesday on expectations that major producers have moved closer to an agreement to enact deeper output cuts aimed at offsetting the slump in demand...

Stocks Fell Sharply And May Have Further To Fall On March 4

What a wild trading session. Fed rate cuts, 1% swings in the final 30 minutes. I mean this is wild, look at the last 30 minutes on this chart, in 5-second increments. From 3:30 until...
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Surprise Fed rate cut fails to end stock gloom

U.S. stocks tumbled nearly 3 percent on Tuesday after a surprise half percentage-point rate cut sparked fear the global economy may be headed for tougher times because of the coronavirus outbreak. Conway G. Gittens...

Berkshire Hathaway to hold May 2 annual meeting, despite coronavirus, but may curb events

(Reuters) - Berkshire Hathaway Inc (N:BRKa), the conglomerate run Warren Buffett, said it will hold its annual shareholder meeting on May 2 despite the coronavirus outbreak, but may curtail some of the surrounding events. In a statement...

U.S. stocks lower at close of trade; Dow Jones Industrial Average down 2.94%

Investing.com – U.S. stocks were lower after the close on Tuesday, as losses in the Technology, Oil & Gas and Financials sectors led shares lower. At the close in NYSE, the Dow Jones Industrial Average declined 2.94%, while the S&P 500 index fell 2.81%,...

WHO Urges Containment; Second Case in New York: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- A Westchester County man has tested positive for the coronavirus, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said. The U.S. Federal Reserve delivered an emergency interest-rate cut, and the Group of Seven finance chiefs...

Forex – Dollar off Lows, but Under Pressure After Rate Cut

By Yasin Ebrahim Investing.com – The dollar moved off session lows on Tuesday, but remained under pressure as Treasury yields fell to record lows after the Federal Reserve delivered a surprise rate cut to cushion...

Wall Street backs away from Arctic drilling amid Alaska political heat

By Yereth Rosen ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - Three big U.S. banks have publicly announced break-ups with Arctic drilling in recent months, reflecting Wall Street's increasing desire to cast itself as environmentally friendly amid a political...

Oil extends gains amid optimism for coordinated effort to offset virus

By Noah Browning LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices extended gains on Tuesday on expectations that central banks will provide financial stimulus to offset the impact of the coronavirus outbreak and on growing optimism that OPEC...
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Trailblazers: Closing the gender investment gap

Female-led start-ups receive less than 3% of venture capital funding in the U.S., according to PitchBook. But women are stepping in to combat the gender investment gap. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/03/02/trailblazers-closing-the-gender-investme?videoId=688487599&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5

Shares under pressure as fear of economic consequences of the pandemic Clovid-19 spreads

Since the beginning of the ninth trading week of this year the current development of trading on the financial markets on a global scale and in particular in the stock market has been showing...

Canada and indigenous group reach tentative deal in dispute that led to road, rail...

By Steve Scherer OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian authorities on Sunday reached a tentative deal with an indigenous group in the Pacific province of British Columbia that could end solidarity protests across Canada that have been...

United Airlines CEO says it ‘likely’ it will need to cut additional flights

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc (O:AAL) said on Sunday it was waiving change fees on all newly purchased tickets amid declining air travel demand because of the new coronavirus outbreak. The largest U.S....

Tesla: February 2020 Insider Buys

I recently wrote about Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) here and here. One small tidbit of information caught my eye this weekend, namely the two insider buys that occurred during February (February 14), as noted below. Tesla Inc Insider Trading I'm interested because the purchase price (767.00) of...

6 Stock Charts To Watch: KRMD, LAKE, NVAX, TEDU, VXRT, ZM

KORU Medical Systems (NASDAQ:KRMD), providers of in-home infusion systems, popped on Thursday, running up 1.96, or 27.84%, to session and multi-week highs at 9.25, before pulling back and closing a quarter lighter at 9.00, on...

Venezuela revamps PDVSA leadership after Maduro launches restructuring

CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela has named new vice presidents for four units of state oil company PDVSA, as well as a new president for the unit that handles joint ventures with private oil companies,...

Trump says U.S. considering restrictions at Mexican border over coronavirus

By Steve Holland and Ted Hesson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is considering shutting off the country's southern border with Mexico to control the spread of the new coronavirus, President Donald Trump said on...

First coronavirus death in U.S. reported in Washington state

By Gabriella Borter and Steve Gorman (Reuters) - Washington state health officials reported the first patient death from coronavirus in the United States on Saturday, according to a news release, as federal and local health...
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Wall St. sees biggest weekly slump since 2008 crisis

Stocks fell for a seventh straight session and suffered their largest weekly drop since the financial crisis but ended Friday above their lows after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell issued a statement. Conway G....
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Week ahead: more market turmoil or Fed to the rescue?

After the biggest weekly drop for stocks since the financial crisis, investors in the coming week are looking to see if the market will rebound or add to losses and what will the catalyst...

Fed: “will act as appropriate” on coronavirus impact

Fed Chair Jerome Powell's statement Friday signals that the central bank will cut interest rates in March, says RegentAtlantic's Andy Kapyrin. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/02/28/fed-will-act-as-appropriate-on-coronavir?videoId=686884291&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5
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Schools shut, travel curbed as world scrambles to fight coronavirus

Governments battling coronavirus epidemics from Iran to Australia shut schools, canceled big events and stocked up on medical supplies on Thursday in a race to contain the outbreak’s rapid global spread. Francesca Lynagh reports....
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Panasonic to end solar partnership with Tesla

Panasonic said it'll exit solar cell production at Tesla's New York plant. As Fred Katayama reports, it's another sign of a fraying relationship with the electric vehicle maker. Read more at : http://www.reuters.com/video/2020/02/26/panasonic-to-end-solar-partnership-with?videoId=685529985&feedType=VideoRSS&feedName=Business&videoChannel=5

The price of gold increase as fear of pandemic grows

Investors' concerns, as a result of the coronavirus Covid-19 on the global economy, have led to a sharp fall in stock market prices, especially in the European stock market, after more than 50,000 people...

Coronavirus fears pull U.S. chip index into a correction

By Noel Randewich SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Wall Street's main semiconductor benchmark tumbled into correction territory on Tuesday in its deepest four-day rout since the financial crisis, as the coronavirus spread further around the world...

Wall Street’s sell-off deepens as coronavirus fears intensify

By Sinéad Carew NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Dow and the S&P 500 tumbled 3% on Tuesday in their fourth straight day of losses as the coronavirus spread further around the world and investors offloaded...