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Four killed in air collision between two small aircraft in Australia

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Wall Street, after mixed signals, shyly opens

The New York Stock Exchange was up slightly after the opening Thursday after unemployment figures reflecting the severe economic impact of the pandemic but suggesting that the situation could start to improve. Around 2:10 p.m. GMT, its flagship index, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, rose 0.42% to 25,655.85 points. The Nasdaq, with a strong technological ….  Read More

Wall Street, after mixed indicators, shyly opens

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Wall Street, after mixed indicators, shyly opens

The New York Stock Exchange was up slightly after the opening Thursday after unemployment figures reflecting the severe economic impact of the pandemic but suggesting that the situation could start to improve. Around 2:10 p.m. GMT, its flagship index, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, rose 0.42% to 25,655.85 points. The Nasdaq, with a strong technological ….  Read More

Newest Coronavirus: Asia-Pacific Stocks Follow Wall St Higher

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Newest Coronavirus: Asia-Pacific Stocks Follow Wall St Higher

Australian companies announce series of layoffs Jamie Smyth reports from Sydney Australian companies on Wednesday announced a wave of layoffs with Virgin Australia and clothing retailer Mosaic, announcing the layoff of nearly 15,000 workers. The layoffs, which the two companies said were temporary measures to deal with the coronavirus crisis, followed a further crackdown by ….  Read More

Asia, Europe, Wall Street ... the world stock markets continue their plunge

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Asia, Europe, Wall Street … the world stock markets continue their plunge

The further cut in rates by the US Fed and the announcement of concerted action by central banks were not enough to reassure investors about the economic impact of the Covid-19. The main European stock markets opened falling more than 5% on Monday, while they continued to dive in Asia. Wall Street is also continuing ….  Read More