Stock Markets9 hours ago (Apr 08, 2020 11:36AM ET) (C) Bloomberg. There's plenty of space here to put all the bad ideas. (Bloomberg Opinion) -- There's no shortage of good ideas for dealing with the economic fallout from the coronavirus shutdowns. Some of the best include helping companies to keep workers in their jobs, paying for coronavirus testing and treatment, ...

Economic Indicators9 hours ago (Apr 08, 2020 11:26AM ET) 2/2 (C) Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The World Trade Organization (WTO) headquarters are pictured in Geneva 2/2 By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The World Trade Organization on Wednesday forecast that goods trade would shrink more steeply this year than in the global financial crisis a decade ago before rebounding in 2021 ...

World9 hours ago (Apr 08, 2020 10:52AM ET) 2/2 (C) Reuters. Ultra-Orthodox Jews burn leaven in the Mea Shearim neighborhood of Jerusalem ahead of the Jewish holiday of Passover 2/2 By Rami Ayyub JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Jewish Passover holiday typically draws crowds of Israelis outside to burn heaps of leavened bread, commemorating the Biblical exodus from slavery in Egypt. ...

(C) Reuters. The Money's Not Coming Home: $690 Billion Remittance Risk (Bloomberg) -- The amount of money migrant workers send to their home countries usually holds up well in a crisis. Not this time. Waves of job losses among overseas workers and international border closures are sapping the $690 billion annual flow of global remittances at a time when many ...

Sign In/Free Sign Up 0 Commodities10 hours ago (Apr 08, 2020 10:33AM ET) (C) Reuters. By Kim Khan Investing.com - Stockpiles of U.S. crude climbed more than expected again last week, the Energy Information Administration reported Wednesday, as demand destruction from the Covid-19 pandemic continued. Oil inventories rose by 15.2 million barrels for the week ended ...

(C) Reuters. By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com -- President Donald Trump wants to partially reopen the U.S. economy within four to eight weeks, but the Covid-19 outbreak is still showing only patchy signs of slowing down, as the number of U.S. cases doubled over the last week to 400,000. Bond spreads widened after another acrimonious meeting at which Germany and others ...

(C) Reuters. By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com -- President Donald Trump wants to partially reopen the U.S. economy within four to eight weeks, but the Covid-19 outbreak is still showing only patchy signs of slowing down, as the number of U.S. cases doubled over the last week to 400,000. Bond spreads widened after another acrimonious meeting at which Germany and others ...

Economic Indicators14 hours ago (Apr 08, 2020 06:25AM ET) 2/2 (C) Reuters. Street sweeper walks through nearly empty Times Square during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New York 2/2 PARIS (Reuters) - Major economies are seeing the biggest monthly slump in activity ever amid the coronavirus crisis and no end is in sight without clarity about how ...

Sign In/Free Sign Up 0 Commodities15 minutes ago (Apr 08, 2020 05:35AM ET) (C) Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A maze of crude oil pipes and valves at the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in Freeport, Texas By Alex Lawler LONDON (Reuters) - Oil steadied near $32 a barrel on Wednesday, supported by hopes that a meeting between OPEC members ...

Economy15 hours ago (Apr 08, 2020 05:25AM ET) (C) Reuters. FILE PHOTO :A security guard walks past in front of the Bank of Japan headquarters in Tokyo By Leika Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan is likely to make a rare projection this month that the world's third-largest economy will shrink this year, as the coronavirus pandemic threatens ...