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Trump Administration Officials Weigh How Far to Go on Recommending Masks1h 54m Trump Administration Officials Weigh How Far to Go on Recommending Masks
The expected change in position reflects concern over a worrisome rate of infection spread by people with no symptoms.
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ALEX BRUMMER: Scale of economic wipe-out from Covid-19 is horrifying3h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Scale of economic wipe-out from Covid-19 is horrifying
Alarmist forecasts of more than 20m job losses in the US, and a 10 per cent plus loss of output in Britain and in America in the second quarter, look likely to be a reality.
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Trump Administration Scales Back Paid Leave in Coronavirus Relief Law3h Updated Trump Administration Scales Back Paid Leave in Coronavirus Relief Law
In new guidance, the Labor Department effectively exempted many small businesses from a new requirement to provide paid leave to employees affected by the crisis.
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British Airways suspends more than 30,000 staff while Heathrow shuts one runway4h British Airways suspends more than 30,000 staff while Heathrow shuts one runway
Affected BA employees will be paid 80% of their salary under terms of state furlough scheme
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The N.R.A. Sees a Threat, and an Opportunity, in Covid-194h Updated The N.R.A. Sees a Threat, and an Opportunity, in Covid-19
The group has retooled its message amid the pandemic and sued New York State to keep gun stores open.
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Trump Administration Debating Whether to Recommend All Americans Wear Cloth Masks in Public4h Trump Administration Debating Whether to Recommend All Americans Wear Cloth Masks in Public
The C.D.C. has been preparing new guidelines that reflect concern over a worrisome rate of infection spread by people with no symptoms.
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Small-Business Relief Effort ‘a Mess’: Live Business Updates4h Updated Small-Business Relief Effort ‘a Mess’: Live Business Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Trump Administration Expected to Recommend All Americans Wear Cloth Masks in Public4h Updated Trump Administration Expected to Recommend All Americans Wear Cloth Masks in Public
The expected change in position reflects concern over a worrisome rate of infection spread by people with no symptoms.
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5h Coronavirus conman barges in on 83-year-old woman
Trading standards officers say old-fashioned doorstep crime is rising as virus concern is exploited.
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5h Coronavirus: Four ways the economy has been affected
The impact of the virus on the UK economy has been analysed by the UK's official number crunchers.
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5h Government bails out bus firms to keep routes open
A £167m fund will cover the losses of bus companies to keep essential services running for key workers.
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Stocks Rally as Oil Soars on Hopes of Production Cuts: Live Updates5h Updated Stocks Rally as Oil Soars on Hopes of Production Cuts: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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How Jerome Powell’s Unconventional Career Path Prepared Him for This Crisis5h Updated How Jerome Powell’s Unconventional Career Path Prepared Him for This Crisis
His winding career path now seems to be a strength, not a weakness.
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A Widening Toll on Jobs: ‘This Thing Is Going to Come for Us All’5h Updated A Widening Toll on Jobs: ‘This Thing Is Going to Come for Us All’
After the initial impact of shutdowns on a few industries, the coronavirus pandemic is leaving a much broader swath of unemployment.
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Small Business Loans Potentially Overwhelm Banks with Demand5h Updated Small Business Loans Potentially Overwhelm Banks with Demand
The government has promised to lend $349 billion to small businesses starting Friday, but banks and owners have no idea how it will play out.
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5h Coronavirus: Oil prices surge on hopes of a price war truce
US President Donald Trump says he expects Saudi Arabia and Russia to strike a deal in the next few days.
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Essential Drug Supplies for Virus Patients Are Running Low6h Updated Essential Drug Supplies for Virus Patients Are Running Low
Medicines to alleviate breathing difficulty, relieve pain and sedate coronavirus patients are in very high demand, depleting stock around the country.
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6h Coronavirus: Emergency business loan scheme revamped after criticism
Firms have made more than 130,000 loan enquires, but fewer than 1,000 had been approved.
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UK banks banned from requesting personal guarantees for loans6h UK banks banned from requesting personal guarantees for loans
Rishi Sunak says lenders must ‘do their part’ to aid small businesses during Covid-19 crisis The chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has banned banks from requesting personal guarantees for emergency loans to small businesses amid growing government concern that lenders have been slow in meeting demands for help. With the rapid increase in the number of
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What do the FCA credit card and overdraft proposals mean for consumers?6h Updated What do the FCA credit card and overdraft proposals mean for consumers?
The FCA this morning proposed banks should offer customers in financial difficulty an interest-free overdraft up to £500, and let them put credit card and loan repayments on hold for three months.
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How much will your car tax go up by in 2020 as VED rates rise?6h How much will your car tax go up by in 2020 as VED rates rise?
Owners of cars will see their car tax costs rise in-line with the RPI index, usually adding £5 to bills. However, new vehicle buyers will be hit harder, as first-year VED rates are determined by a new test.
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Car tax increase will see VED costs rise for many drivers from April 20206h Updated Car tax increase will see VED costs rise for many drivers from April 2020
Owners of cars will see their car tax costs rise in-line with the RPI index, usually adding £5 to bills. However, new vehicle buyers will be hit harder, as first-year VED rates are determined by a new test.
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I hope people remember the good guys in this crisis, says Co-op boss6h I hope people remember the good guys in this crisis, says Co-op boss
Steve Murrells is in charge of 60,000 staff and around 2,500 stores that are vital for keeping the nation's cupboards stocked, but his empire also includes pharmacies and the funeral care business.
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PZ Cussons strips boss of retirement cash after conduct ruling6h PZ Cussons strips boss of retirement cash after conduct ruling
The soap-maker found a series of payments over the several years that Alex Kanellis was in charge did not live up to the standards expected of a chief executive.
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MARKET REPORT: Crude surge helps shares shrug off jobless gloom6h MARKET REPORT: Crude surge helps shares shrug off jobless gloom
A record 6.65m Americans filed for help from the US Government last week, up from the previous record of 3.3m the week before, as measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak led to millions losing their jobs.
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HSBC trashes claims dividend row will see it quit Britain6h HSBC trashes claims dividend row will see it quit Britain
Some HSBC directors are said to be furious at the Bank of England for forcing it to cancel its dividend and suggested the bank should move its headquarters from London to Hong Kong.
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Oil up 20% on hopes Saudis and Russia are close to ending price war6h Oil up 20% on hopes Saudis and Russia are close to ending price war
Crude rose to $30 a barrel after trading at 18-year lows for several days. During a brief spike prices jumped by 47 per cent - the highest gain ever recorded. However, oil is still well down on the year.
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Morrisons promises staff a £1,000 bonus6h Morrisons promises staff a £1,000 bonus
The scheme also includes new hires the supermarket has made to help deal with added demand sparked by the coronavirus pandemic. Supermarkets dealt with record levels of demand in March.
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Next to sell Leicestershire HQ to boost virus lockdown funds6h Next to sell Leicestershire HQ to boost virus lockdown funds
The fashion retailer has appointed agents to sell its head office and warehouse in West Yorkshire. The sale and leaseback deals are part of a strategy announced at its annual results last week.
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Customers vent anger at Ocado meltdown6h Customers vent anger at Ocado meltdown
FTI Consulting said that Ocado had seen a 'stark deterioration in scores,' while 'Morrisons, Tesco and Asda have all improved'. Waitrose ranked the strongest in recent weeks.
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Easyjet founder Sir Stelios calls for vote on whether to sack director6h Easyjet founder Sir Stelios calls for vote on whether to sack director
It follows through on a threat from Sir Stelios, 53, who is Easyjet's biggest shareholder, to sack a director every seven weeks if the firm does not move to cancel its order of 107 aircraft from Airbus.
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Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils new measures to SME loan scheme7h Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils new measures to SME loan scheme
The chancellor is extending the coronavirus loan scheme for small and medium businesses who have been affected by the disease.
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Trump’s Company Seeks to Ease Financial Crunch as Coronavirus Takes Toll7h Trump’s Company Seeks to Ease Financial Crunch as Coronavirus Takes Toll
As companies nationwide look for relief, the Trump Organization has talked with Deutsche Bank and a Florida county about delaying payments on some loans and other obligations.
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Stocks Rally as Oil Spikes on Hopes of Production Cuts: Live Updates7h Stocks Rally as Oil Spikes on Hopes of Production Cuts: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Trump’s Company Seeks Financial Help as Coronavirus Takes Toll8h Updated Trump’s Company Seeks Financial Help as Coronavirus Takes Toll
As companies nationwide look for relief, the Trump Organization has talked with Deutsche Bank and a Florida county about delaying payments on some loans and other obligations.
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Oil Soars as Trump Flags Saudi-Russia Production Deal: Live Updates8h Updated Oil Soars as Trump Flags Saudi-Russia Production Deal: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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A Feature on Zoom Secretly Displayed Data From People’s LinkedIn Profiles8h Updated A Feature on Zoom Secretly Displayed Data From People’s LinkedIn Profiles
After an inquiry from Times reporters, Zoom said it would disable a data-mining feature that could be used to snoop on participants during meetings without their knowledge.
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130K inquiries, 1K loans: why UK government had to tweak help for small firms8h 130K inquiries, 1K loans: why UK government had to tweak help for small firms
Original coronavirus scheme was fiddly, slow and rested too heavily on banks’ judgment
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Pharmaceutical boss says two patients prepared for coronavirus vaccine trials8h Pharmaceutical boss says two patients prepared for coronavirus vaccine trials
The boss of a French pharmaceutical company has said the firm is "pulling out all the stops" to bring a medical trial involving treatment for coronavirus to fruition.
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F.D.A. Approves First Coronavirus Antibody Test in U.S.8h F.D.A. Approves First Coronavirus Antibody Test in U.S.
Such a test may help scientists learn how widespread the infection is, and how long people remain immune after recovering.
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Touting Virus Cure, ‘Simple Country Doctor’ Becomes a Right-Wing Star9h Updated Touting Virus Cure, ‘Simple Country Doctor’ Becomes a Right-Wing Star
How Dr. Vladimir Zelenko’s claims for his coronavirus treatment spread from a New York village all the way to President Trump.
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Philip Green asks for taxpayer support to prop up Arcadia9h Philip Green asks for taxpayer support to prop up Arcadia
Billionaire asks government to pay 14,500 employees out of emergency wage scheme
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Oil price rebounds on hopes Saudi Arabia and Russia will reach deal9h Oil price rebounds on hopes Saudi Arabia and Russia will reach deal
Brent crude trades at over $30 a barrel for first time in almost a month on Trump intervention Global oil prices rebounded to more than $30 a barrel for the first time in almost a month on Thursday after Saudi Arabia and Russia signalled a possible truce in the price war which triggered the fastest oil market collapse in decades. The price of Brent crude leapt by 30% after the US president, Donald Trump, fanned hopes of a new deal between Riyadh and Moscow to help stabilise the oil market after Washington’s intervention.
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Coronavirus: Premier League chiefs push for big player pay cut10h Coronavirus: Premier League chiefs push for big player pay cut
Premier League chiefs will discuss proposals on Friday for substantial cuts to players' wages against a backdrop of growing anger at the sport's approach to the financial challenge posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
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10h Coronavirus: BA reaches deal to suspend thousands of workers
The airline will temporarily suspend more than 30,000 of its workers after reaching a deal with unions.
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Unproven Stem Cell Therapy Gets OK for Testing in Coronavirus Patients10h Updated Unproven Stem Cell Therapy Gets OK for Testing in Coronavirus Patients
The treatment, which has been promoted by President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, will begin early-stage clinical trials.
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Live Stock Market Updates During Coronavirus Pandemic10h Updated Live Stock Market Updates During Coronavirus Pandemic
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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British Airways to suspend 30,000 staff amid coronavirus crisis10h Updated British Airways to suspend 30,000 staff amid coronavirus crisis
Suspended employees will be paid 80% of their salary under terms of state scheme
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Cuomo Is a Media Hero in the Pandemic. De Blasio Is a Scapegoat.10h Updated Cuomo Is a Media Hero in the Pandemic. De Blasio Is a Scapegoat.
The mayor of New York, who is often disdainful of the media, has become an irresistible punching bag.
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Banks Warn of ‘Overwhelming’ Demand and Messy Start for Small Business Loans11h Updated Banks Warn of ‘Overwhelming’ Demand and Messy Start for Small Business Loans
The government has promised to lend $349 billion to small businesses starting Friday, but banks and owners have no idea how it will play out.
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11h Coronavirus: Nissan extends Sunderland plant production pause
The Sunderland factory employs 7,000 people and produces the Qashqai, Juke and electric LEAF models.
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11h UK using 1.2 billion tonnes of material a year
The figure is the equivalent of 18.5 tonnes of material per person and that has increased.
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Oil prices surge after Trump claims Russia and Saudi Arabia agree deal - business live11h Updated Oil prices surge after Trump claims Russia and Saudi Arabia agree deal - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news as oil prices jump by more than 30% and the US jobless report reveals scale of coronavirus damage
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Predictions for the Coronavirus Stock Market11h Predictions for the Coronavirus Stock Market
A Nobel laureate is cautiously positive about the market for the long run but worries about how long that will need to be.
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12h Updated Coronavirus: Oil prices rise on hopes of a price war truce
US President Donald Trump said he expects Saudi Arabia and Russia to strike a deal in the next few days.
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Oil prices surge after Trump reveals Russian and Saudi deal - business live12h Updated Oil prices surge after Trump reveals Russian and Saudi deal - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including a truly awful US jobless report
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SoftBank Won’t Buy $3 Billion in WeWork Stock12h Updated SoftBank Won’t Buy $3 Billion in WeWork Stock
The move is a blow to shareholders like Adam Neumann, the company’s co-founder, and venture capital firms that had hoped to cash out of the troubled office space company.
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12h Updated Coronavirus: US jobless claims hit 6.6 million as virus spreads
More than 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment last week as the coronavirus spreads.
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Stocks Rally as Trump Flags Deal on Oil Production: Live Updates13h Stocks Rally as Trump Flags Deal on Oil Production: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Caesars in U.K. Is Fined for Allowing Problem Gamblers to Keep Betting13h Caesars in U.K. Is Fined for Allowing Problem Gamblers to Keep Betting
British authorities said the casino company failed to prevent money laundering and allowed people who had asked not to be served to lose tens of thousands of pounds.
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Stocks Fluctuate as Weekly Jobless Claims Surge: Live Updates13h Updated Stocks Fluctuate as Weekly Jobless Claims Surge: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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13h Updated Coronavirus: Will jugglers and clowns harvest fruit and vegetables?
The UK is facing a shortage of fruit and vegetable pickers as harvest time nears.
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13h BA cabin crew member: I feel totally undervalued
The airline is expected to temporarily suspend 36,000 of its workers after reaching a deal with unions.
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BrewDog hand sanitiser turned down by local hospital in Scotland13h BrewDog hand sanitiser turned down by local hospital in Scotland
Brewer could reformulate ‘punk sanitiser’ after it falls short of medical standards
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US jobless claims hit record 6.6 million as Covid-19 ravages economy - business live13h Updated US jobless claims hit record 6.6 million as Covid-19 ravages economy - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including a truly awful US jobless report
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13h Caesars Entertainment in U.K. Is Fined for Allowing Problem Gamblers to Keep Betting
British authorities said the casino company failed to prevent money laundering and allowed people who had asked not to be served to lose tens of thousands of pounds.
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Under Modi, India’s Press Is Not So Free Anymore13h Under Modi, India’s Press Is Not So Free Anymore
India’s government has pressured advertisers and even shut down channels to shape the information that 1.3 billion Indians receive. It’s part of a wider assault on dissent.
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13h Updated Coronavirus: How do I get a food parcel?
At least 50,000 free weekly food parcels are to be sent out to clinically vulnerable people in England.
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Real Estate Spring Buying Season Could Be ‘Catastrophic’14h Updated Real Estate Spring Buying Season Could Be ‘Catastrophic’
A strong start to the year for property sales in Manhattan was erased by the coronavirus outbreak.
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Businesses warned they may lose insurance on closed premises14h Businesses warned they may lose insurance on closed premises
To stay insured in lockdown, many must take measures such as sealing letterboxes
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Stocks Slip After Surge in Weekly Jobless Claims: Live Updates14h Stocks Slip After Surge in Weekly Jobless Claims: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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BrewDog hand sanitiser turned down by local hospitals in Scotland14h BrewDog hand sanitiser turned down by local hospitals in Scotland
Brewer could reformulate ‘punk sanitiser’ after it falls short of medical standards
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Coronavirus: Branson defers Virgin brand payments14h Coronavirus: Branson defers Virgin brand payments
Sir Richard Branson is to defer tens of millions of pounds in fees owed by the hardest-hit Virgin-branded companies as the coronavirus pandemic decimates revenues across his leisure and travel operations.
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National Express coach services to be suspended on Sunday14h National Express coach services to be suspended on Sunday
No more journeys after midnight on 5 April as coronavirus lockdown takes its toll on passenger numbers
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Weekly Jobless Claims Rise to 6.6 Million: Live Business Updates15h Updated Weekly Jobless Claims Rise to 6.6 Million: Live Business Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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US jobless claims hits record 6.6 million as Covid-19 ravages economy - business live15h US jobless claims hits record 6.6 million as Covid-19 ravages economy - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, including a truly awful US jobless report
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US jobless claims surge to more than 6m as virus measures take hold15h US jobless claims surge to more than 6m as virus measures take hold
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in the US last week hit a new record of more than 6 million as coronavirus measures took hold.
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UK firms cut staff levels amid Covid-19 crisis as cough medicine prices spike - business live15h Updated UK firms cut staff levels amid Covid-19 crisis as cough medicine prices spike - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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WeWork founder threatens to sue after Softbank scraps rescue deal15h WeWork founder threatens to sue after Softbank scraps rescue deal
Adam Neumann had been lined up to sell $970m of his own shares to Japanese investor WeWork’s founder and former chief executive,
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Investors Brace for Alarming Unemployment Report: Live Updates15h Investors Brace for Alarming Unemployment Report: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Investors Brace for Alarming Jobs Report: Live Updates16h Updated Investors Brace for Alarming Jobs Report: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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Coronavirus Layoffs Are Hitting Start-Ups Hard16h Coronavirus Layoffs Are Hitting Start-Ups Hard
Job losses are steep in many corners of the corporate world, but they’ve pummeled start-ups — which are often pushed to grow fast or die — with particular ferocity.
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Best stocks & shares Isas: Pick the best DIY investment platform16h Updated Best stocks & shares Isas: Pick the best DIY investment platform
Choosing the right DIY platform is crucial but a wealth of choice and changes to charges have left many investors scratching their heads. We pick some of the best.
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16h Coronavirus: Morrisons store staff get bonus for coming into work
The chain is the latest supermarket to reward staff for their extra efforts during the crisis.
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17h Updated Coronavirus: Interest-free overdraft plan for struggling borrowers
The UK's finance watchdog plans to end a "banking lottery" for those affected by coronavirus.
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17h Coronavirus: Pets at Home seeing ‘exceptional demand’
'Vital role' of animals for households during the coronavirus pandemic lifts retailer's profit.
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Cough and cold medicine prices hiked by 10.7%17h Cough and cold medicine prices hiked by 10.7%
Retailers hiked the price of cough and cold medicines by 10.7% last week according to a snapshot analysis of the impact of the coronavirus on the economy.
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DealBook: Start-Ups Are Suffering17h DealBook: Start-Ups Are Suffering
Layoffs have hit many corners of the corporate world, but they’ve pummeled start-ups — which are often pushed to grow fast or die — with particular ferocity.
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17h Casino operator Caesars hit with record £13m penalty
The punishment follows "extremely serious" social responsibility and money laundering failures.
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Loan and credit card payments to be frozen for three months in UK17h Loan and credit card payments to be frozen for three months in UK
Financial regulator fast-tracks measures to help consumers during coronavirus crisis
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Coronavirus housing market freeze to cost Treasury more than half its stamp duty revenue18h Coronavirus housing market freeze to cost Treasury more than half its stamp duty revenue
Estate agency Savills predicts a drop in house sales from an estimated 1.06million properties to just 495,500, leading to a drop in receipts of as much as £4.78billion.
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Markets brace for surge in US jobless claims as Covid-19 hits economy - business live18h Updated Markets brace for surge in US jobless claims as Covid-19 hits economy - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news
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Coronavirus: Hospitality sector urges longer rent relief18h Coronavirus: Hospitality sector urges longer rent relief
The body representing thousands of leisure businesses across Britain has begged ministers to extend the moratorium on commercial property evictions or risk "irreparable" damage to the economy.
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18h Updated Coronavirus: BA expected to suspend 36,000 staff
The airline reaches a deal with unions to furlough 80% of its workforce after grounding most of its fleet.
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Coronavirus UK: A fifth of UK firms could shut within four weeks18h Updated Coronavirus UK: A fifth of UK firms could shut within four weeks
Many UK bosses said banks had refused them an emergency loan for not meeting the criteria while Sara Keel, of Guildford in Surrey, is the founder of Babycup Ltd, couldn't get through on the phone.
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British Airways expected to suspend 36,000 staff amid coronavirus crisis18h British Airways expected to suspend 36,000 staff amid coronavirus crisis
Airline and union agree that 80% of staff will be laid off temporarily with no redundancies
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Two married women get payouts totalling £14k after state pension blunder18h Updated Two married women get payouts totalling £14k after state pension blunder
A probe is now under way into the failure, which went unnoticed for more than a decade until discovered by our pensions columnist Steve Webb and This is Money.
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19h Will We Lose a Generation of Designers?
Independent clothing designers are the essence of American fashion, but a stimulus plan may not save them.
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Empty Hotels. Idled Tour Buses. The Pandemic Is Devastating Tourism.19h Empty Hotels. Idled Tour Buses. The Pandemic Is Devastating Tourism.
Millions are losing their jobs and economies are suffering as once-bustling tourist sites give way to eerie emptiness. The Caribbean is suffering a particularly heavy blow.
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How to Make Your Work-Neighbors Be Quiet (In 3 Lies or Less)19h How to Make Your Work-Neighbors Be Quiet (In 3 Lies or Less)
We’ve been getting a lot of feedback that your neighbors are too loud. That’s lie No. 1.
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Casino company Caesars Entertainment fined record £13m19h Casino company Caesars Entertainment fined record £13m
Gambling Commission penalty relates to VIP schemes that reward heavy gambling
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Card payment freeze under emergency coronavirus plans19h Card payment freeze under emergency coronavirus plans
Consumers left in financial difficulty by the coronavirus crisis should be offered a three-month freeze on credit card and loan repayments under emergency plans by the City watchdog.
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20h Updated BA expected to suspend 36,000 staff
The airline reaches a deal with unions to furlough 80% of its workforce after grounding most of its fleet.
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20h Updated Coronavirus: Loan and credit card payments set to be frozen
The Financial Conduct Authority wants banks to help borrowers in difficulty because of coronavirus.
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France Tries Limiting Joblessness to Confront Coronavirus Recession20h Updated France Tries Limiting Joblessness to Confront Coronavirus Recession
Can countries recover better from the pandemic-induced downturn by preventing companies and workers from going under to begin with? France is making a big bet.
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BA nears deal to furlough 36,000 staff - report21h BA nears deal to furlough 36,000 staff - report
British Airways is nearing agreement with unions on a deal to suspend 36,000 cabin crew, ground staff and engineers due to the coronavirus crisis, according to reports.
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British Airways expected to lay off 36,000 staff amid coronavirus crisis21h British Airways expected to lay off 36,000 staff amid coronavirus crisis
Airline talks with union to suspend 80% of all employees but stresses there will be no redundancies British Airways is expected to announce it will suspend 36,000 staff, from cabin crew to ground staff, engineers and head office employees, because of the coronavirus pandemic. The airline, which
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Best tax-free savings rates for parents saving for their children21h Best tax-free savings rates for parents saving for their children
One pleasant surprise for savers in the Budget was a more than doubling of the tax-free Junior Isa allowance from £4,368 to £9,000 , which comes into force at the start of the next tax year on 6 April.
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Zantac Products Should Not Be Sold or Used, F.D.A. Warns, Citing Cancer Danger22h Updated Zantac Products Should Not Be Sold or Used, F.D.A. Warns, Citing Cancer Danger
Although most drugmakers had already pulled the heartburn products months ago, the agency told consumers they should throw out any over-the-counter medications they still had.
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Home Depot Halts Sales of N95 Masks Amid Shortage, Company Says23h Updated Home Depot Halts Sales of N95 Masks Amid Shortage, Company Says
The retailer said it had redirected shipments of the masks to health care providers and emergency responders.
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Retailers Under Pressure to Protect Workers23h Retailers Under Pressure to Protect Workers
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
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