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Money RBI extends moratorium on EMIs for three more months till August 31
Author: 0 RBI extends moratorium on EMIs for three more months till August 31

He said the decision to extend the moratorium period for loans is a significant negative for private banks, both in the medium and long term. In his previous addresses post the COIVD-19 outbreak and lockdown, the RBI governor had announced a series of measures to infuse liquidity into the banking system and support the economy on 27 March and 17 April.

Money Tesla May Deploy 'Million-Mile' Batteries in China Later This Year
Author: 0 Tesla May Deploy 'Million-Mile' Batteries in China Later This Year

That's not the official name, of course, but it's a reference to how much longer the cells can operate before failing. Making this possible are new methods of producing batteries at volume and reducing or even eliminating the use of cobalt , which is the most expensive material used in batteries today.

Money US Senate threatens sanctions on China over COVID-19 accounting
Author: 0 US Senate threatens sanctions on China over COVID-19 accounting

The latest list waives tariffs on products including medical disinfectant, rare-earth metal ores, and some silicon wafers used in the electronics industry. Trump critics, including some former officials, academics and columnists, have said that while China has much to answer for in terms of its actions early in the outbreak, the US administration appears to be seeking to deflect attention from what they see as a slow USA response to the crisis.

Money Nigeria's Bonny light crude up by 22.7% as global oil demand improves
Author: 0 Nigeria's Bonny light crude up by 22.7% as global oil demand improves

West Texas Intermediate crude oil, the US benchmark, climbed 9.8 percent to $26.34 per barrel while Brent crude , the worldwide standard was up 6.29 percent at $31.59. Oil prices jumped on Thursday following the news that China's exports unexpectedly rose last month and a sharp increase in Saudi Arabia's crude oil official selling prices.

Money Apple will open some stores in the United States next week
Author: 0 Apple will open some stores in the United States next week

Apple will begin reopening its retail stores in Alabama, Alaska, Idaho and SC from next week. A handful of Apple's stores will open next week as the company slowly begins to bring its brick-and-mortar retail back online after almost two months of a total shutdown in the U.S.

Money Another 3.2 million Americans filed for unemployment last week
Author: 0 Another 3.2 million Americans filed for unemployment last week

Another 20,000 Oregonians filed for new unemployment benefits last week, adding to the state's staggering tally of job losses during the coronavirus outbreak. "Claims continue to decay by about 15 to 18 percent per-week, and are now at less than half the 6.9 million peak in the week of March 28", he said in an analysis.

Money Warren Buffett Says Coronavirus Cannot Stop America, Despite Huge Berkshire Loss
Author: 0 Warren Buffett Says Coronavirus Cannot Stop America, Despite Huge Berkshire Loss

Billionaire investor Warren Buffet said Saturday he's confident the USA economy will bounce back from its pummeling by the coronavirus pandemic because "American magic has always prevailed". Its stock price has fallen 19% in 2020, compared with a 12% drop in the Standard & Poor's 500, despite Buffett's prediction that Berkshire would outperform in down markets.

Money Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway posts record loss on coronavirus, but operating profit rises
Author: 0 Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway posts record loss on coronavirus, but operating profit rises

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sold more than $6 billion worth of stocks in April, according to first-quarter earnings released on Saturday ahead of its annual meeting. Berkshire, which owns companies including Geico auto insurer, Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad, Dairy Queen, Duracell, and many other financial, industrial, and consumer firms, has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Money Tyson CEO warns of meat supply shortage; how bad could it get?
Author: 0 Tyson CEO warns of meat supply shortage; how bad could it get?

The order is designed, in part, to protect companies from liability if workers end up getting sick. The 15 largest pork-packing plants account for 60% of all pork processed in the USA, and the country has already seen a 25% reduction in pork slaughter capacity, according to UFCW.

Money US Senate approves more small-business stimulus
Author: 0 US Senate approves more small-business stimulus

It is created to serve smaller members who don't have access to the Federal Reserve's Paycheck Protection Program Liquidity Facility. "It will ensure that businesses that couldn't participate in the first round of loans aren't left out". The move aims to provide additional liquidity for small and community banks to "support the small businesses in their communities", the FHFA said in a statement.

Money Treasury Toughens Guidance on Who Can Get Small-Business Funds
Author: 0 Treasury Toughens Guidance on Who Can Get Small-Business Funds

That allowed JPMorgan Chase to make $100,000 for handling a single $10 million loan to the parent company of the Ruth's Chris Steak House restaurant chain, according to NPR. The bill also includes $ 75 billion in hospital aid and $ 25 billion for testing efforts. "We urge small businesses to be vigilant in who they disclose information to and ask them to report potential scammers to the Washington State Attorney General's Office".

Money USA oil rebounds back in positive territory
Author: 0 USA oil rebounds back in positive territory

A deal announced last week between OPEC and its peers would have lowered production by about 10 million barrels a day from May, but that's plainly not enough. "Thats a 25 million barrel per day demand shock". But the reserve can take only about 500,000 barrels a day. But it will be hard to quickly fix the oil industry's problems.

Money Gilead treatment has positive results on Covid-19 patients
Author: 0 Gilead treatment has positive results on Covid-19 patients

The trials are investigating five- and 10-day treatment courses of remdesivir, and aim to have a statistical comparison of improvement between them. There are now no approved treatments for COVID-19, the highly contagious respiratory illness caused by the novel coronavirus that has infected over 2 million people worldwide.

Money IRS Plans Website to Track Stimulus Checks
Author: 0 IRS Plans Website to Track Stimulus Checks

Those eligible for the payments received a minimum of $1,200 if they earn less than $75,000. The payouts - formally dubbed " economic impact payments " - decline above the $75,000/$150,000 threshold and end at $99,000 for indviduals and $198,000 for married couples.

Money OPEC, Russia tentatively agree to production cuts
Author: 0 OPEC, Russia tentatively agree to production cuts

Mexican Energy Secretary Rocio Nahle Garcia said in a Twitter post the government is ready to cut its production by 100,000 barrels a day, but not the 400,000 the deal calls for. Russian Federation has indicated that it may cut is oil production by as much as 2 million barrels per day (bpd) if the agreement is reached. The oil regulator in Texas, the largest producer among US states with output of about 5 million bpd, meets on April 14 to discuss possible curbs.

Money Amazon reportedly postponing Prime Day
Author: 0 Amazon reportedly postponing Prime Day

The prices bonanza has become a yearly tradition in July, though discounts throughout Amazon Prime Day 2019 lingered for days wherein Amazon drops costs on lots of goods for a day. Amazon as well as its employees have actually gone to the cutting edge of providing crucial items to customers throughout the coronavirus episode, a pandemic that has actually contaminated greater than a million individuals worldwide as well as led to greater than 54,000 fatalities.

Money Why the right time to invest in crude oil is now
Author: 0 Why the right time to invest in crude oil is now

Brent crude, the worldwide benchmark for oil prices , was down $2.08, or 8.3pc, at $22.85 by 1127 GMT, after earlier dropping to $22.58, the lowest since November 2002. Dated Brent is the physical European benchmark, used to price over half of the world's crude oil. Olieeksperter in the ANZ Bank tells AFP that their data shows that Saudi Arabia has increased its oil exports from seven million barrels of oil per day to approximately nine million barrels.

Money Trump attacks the media, boasting the White House briefing rating
Author: 0 Trump attacks the media, boasting the White House briefing rating

Meanwhile, Trump's own words about the coronavirus are being used against him in a scathing TV ad that his 2020 campaign has been desperately trying to ban from the airwaves - which led thousands of Twitter users to retweet it. Trump's press briefings about the virus have gotten record ratings, despite establishment media criticism. "Trump's inaction and lies are continuing to hurt millions of Americans and he must be held accountable".

Money Cruise stocks sink after missing out on economic-relief bill
Author: 0 Cruise stocks sink after missing out on economic-relief bill

While the package - the largest funding bill in USA history - should help struggling airlines and hotel businesses, cruise lines that have virtually stopped sailing, including Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian, do not seem to be able to benefit from loans or relief.

Money France coronavirus death toll jumps 240 to 1,100
Author: 0 France coronavirus death toll jumps 240 to 1,100

Tightening the lockdown rules, he said that from Tuesday, people will only be allowed to exercise one hour a day, within one kilometer of their home. Because the French health care system is under acute strain, the Philippe refused to exclude local curfews.

Money Trump may intervene in oil price war to stabilize prices
Author: 0 Trump may intervene in oil price war to stabilize prices

Oil has clawed back some losses even as traders brace for the market rout to continue below $20 a barrel, according to a Bloomberg survey. Canadians for Affordable Energy President Dan McTeague says while low prices seem helpful in the short term, they put the Canadian energy industry in a bind.

Money Coronavirus: Education Department Makes Changes To Testing, Student Loans
Author: 0 Coronavirus: Education Department Makes Changes To Testing, Student Loans

In another sign of upheaval in the nation's education system, the organization that oversees the Advanced Placement program announced Friday that regular AP testing will be canceled because of the coronavirus crisis and replaced by shorter online versions of the exams that can be taken in 45 minutes at home.

Author: 0 Dow slides 3,000 points in grisly day on Wall Street

The S&P 500 fell 324.89 points, or 11.98 percent, to 2,386.13-its lowest point since the 2008 financial crisis. It closed Monday down almost 30 percent from the record high set less than a month ago. Trump, however, said he believes markets will bounce back after the pandemic has passed. Share prices are volatile after a brutal sell-off that gave the US stock market its worst loss in more than three decades.

Money U.S. crude oil futures settle at $31.73
Author: 0 U.S. crude oil futures settle at $31.73

What appeared as a three-year-old marriage between OPEC and its ally, OPEC+, to support oil prices and erase the glut on the market headed for dissolution because of perceived irreconcilable differences between partners turned opponents. Both nations should be able to endure a protracted economic war, as Saudi Arabia has foreign reserves of $ 490 billion and Russian Federation has reserves of $ 440 billion.

Money Price of Crude Will Finish 2020 Around $60 Per Barrel
Author: 0 Price of Crude Will Finish 2020 Around $60 Per Barrel

The straw that broke the camel's back was the Saudi-led initiative to deepen production cuts to 1.5 million barrels per day after April 1, a decision that was completely unacceptable for the Kremlin. The Saudi and UAE moves follow the collapse of an oil output reduction agreement between Opec and non-Opec producers, led by Russian Federation. "Brent crude seems poised to sell off another 10 percent here as the demand outlook seems like it will only get worse".

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