Coronavirus

Jeremy Grantham looks at the regression in the U.S. among the rest of the world, where we are lagging in the need to green the economy and why venture capital is an area to look for growth.

As the virus rages and the U.S. elections loom, Raoul Pal updates Real Vision members on his outlook for the dollar, banks, bonds, gold, and bitcoin.

After flooding the world with unprecedented trillions in stimulus in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, governments and central banks will have no choice but to embrace blockchain — the technology that powers bitcoin

A little over six months ago, it was business as usual, but as we all know, it rapidly moved to business as unusual. From travel and dining to working and housing, we’ve created a new world, a new way of living.

TikTok sues the U.S. government, President Trump announced expanded access to convalescent plasma as a COVID-19 treatment, and what’s contributing to the soaring lumber futures prices.

Today, initial jobless claims have dropped below 1 million to 963,000, seasonally adjusted for the week ending August 8. This is the first time that initial jobless claims fell below the one million level since the beginning of the pandemic in March.

Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business, and without it, it cannot endure regardless of whether the economy is in a recessionary or expansionary period. So, in what ways are businesses hanging on to as much cash as they can right now?

With no stimulus bill passed, U.S. Congressional lawmakers have wrapped negotiations, ending in a stalemate. President Trump issued executive orders over the weekend to extend aid—but who and what will be hurting in the mean time?

Microsoft eyeing TikTok’s global business, US initial jobless claims falling, and the slow crawl toward a new fiscal coronavirus support bill.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protection and Schools (or HEALS) Act, amounting to about $1 trillion.