PRINCES Charles, 71, has tested positive for coronavirus, Clarence House announced confirmed.The future king had been displaying mild symptoms but remains in "good health" after being diagnosed with Covid-19 on Monday night.
Bindi Irwin is a married lady! The 21-year-old announced on social media that she had tied the knot with Chandler Powell on March 25th at The Australia Zoo saying, “Today I married by best friend.” The wedding comes as a bit of a surprise, but it seems like they may have been motivated by the strict new Australian coronavirus law.
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NEWS: 25 audio treasures have been named to the Library's National Recording Registry by Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, in a robust stay-at-home playlist including Tina Turner, Cheap Trick, Selena, Dr Dre, Whitney Houston, Mr Rogers & more.
Ben Bernanke, the former Federal Reserve chairman who served before and after the 2008 financial crisis, told CNBC on Wednesday that the coronavirus economic halt is more like a natural disaster than a depression.The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose sharply on Wednesday following a historic rally in the previous session in anticipation of a coronavirus stimulus deal by Congress. The White House and Senate reached an agreement overnight.The 30-stock average climbed more than 1,000 points, or 5%. The S&P 500 was up by about 3.2%. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 1.6%. Boeing shares rallied 30% to lead the Dow higher. A 10.3% gain in Nike also boosted the Dow. The Dow soared more than 2,100 points on Tuesday, or over 11%, notching its biggest one-day percentage gain since 1933 and its best point increase ever. The S&P 500 rallied 9.4% for its best day since October 2008. For more coronavirus
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On Tuesday, the White House announced a whopping $6 trillion economic aid package, "the single largest Main Street Assistance Program in the history of the United States," including income tax deferrals, student loan interest, and principal deferrals and replenishing the U.S. Department of Treasury's Exchange Stabilization Fund.
An outbreak of a novel coronavirus originating from Wuhan, China has gripped the world, as the death toll and infection count grow by the day. So, what happens when a completely unforeseen event shocks the world’s second largest economy?
CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi explains some of the early economic impact.
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Too bad someone with this much sense won't run for president on that note we really don't need a president we need smart people voting on the issues....Bob Crandall, AMR Group chairman and former American Airlines CEO, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss what kind of bailout the airlines can expect from Washington.The White House and Senate leaders reached a deal early Wednesday on a massive $2 trillion relief bill — said to be the largest rescue package in American history — to combat the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak.As of Wednesday morning, though, the Senate was still drafting the final details of the text. A senior Democratic aide told CNBC that due to procedural reasons, including how long it is taking the Senate to send over a draft of the bill, it is unlikely the House will vote on it Wednesday. The House needs to pass the bill before it can reach President Donald Trump’s desk. Efforts to pass the measure have taken on urgency as hospitals, companies, states and individuals have all pleaded for needed resources to battle the pandemic. Its impact has now reached into the Senate: Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., earlier this week announced he has tested positive for coronavirus.“The Senate is going to stand together, act together and pass this historic relief package today,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday afternoon. In announcing the deal early Wednesday morning, the Kentucky Republican called the proposal is effectively “a war-time level of investment in our nation.” He promised the bill would rush financial assistance to Americans through direct checks to households, enhanced unemployment insurance, hundreds of billions of dollars in emergency loans to small businesses, and more resources for hospitals and medical equipment.The Senate has yet to release the final terms of the deal. An earlier draft seen Tuesday would provide cash payments of up to $1,200 for individuals, $2,400 for married couples and $500 per child, reduced if an individual makes more than $75,000 or a couple makes more than $150,000. The draft language also stipulated a $350 billion fund for small businesses to mitigate layoffs and support payroll.
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Another psycho getting more power out of fear, very sad but its for our own Good???President Rodrigo Duterte signs into law a bill granting him 30 special powers to address the coronavirus pandemic.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the aid cut after traveling to Afghanistan in bid to resolve power struggle splitting the government.
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