Coronavirus

Whether remote work will continue to be favored, CDC issues a statement on reopening schools, and Trump cancelling the Republican convention in Florida.

It seems now that all of Capitol Hill is finally embracing the fact that the virus will not be slowing down any time soon and that they need to implement policies that demonstrate substantial strength in their response to the pandemic.

Here are today’s biggest headlines: Georgia’s treatment of its coronavirus data, executives warning of an imminent slowdown, and Mnuchin’s new suggestion about PPP loan forgiveness.

Here are today’s biggest headlines, including updates on China, COVD-19, the Fed retreating from the repo front lines, and retailers in trouble.

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand question marks. Look at this graph of the U.S. coronavirus deaths in 5 different forecasts from a recent New York Times article discussing how scientists attempt to forecast the course of the coronavirus.

An oil shock took the world by storm reaching negative $38/barrel, U.S. markets were calm, U.S. equities posted modest gains and jobless claims on the rise.

Critical Market Context for the Week Ahead​ – U.S. equities inched higher last week despite singularly dismal economic data coming in from all fronts. The S&P 500 closed just over 3% for the week on Friday, marking the biggest two-week rally since 1938.

Last week, U.S. equity markets posted double-digit gains following encouraging data showing that coronavirus infections may be peaking, as the rate of new cases appears to be slowing in multiple geographies.

Your weekly market coronavirus update from Real Vision. Read how coronavirus slammed into the United States like a hurricane, affecting the global economy.

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