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Pro athletes are expected to endure financial losses as the sports industry remains paused due to the coronavirus pandemic.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Saturday announced an executive order to cut capacity on all transit systems by half, and asked all passengers to wear face coverings.
The moves go beyond anything the Fed during the financial crisis in 2008-09, both in scope and speed.
President Donald Trump approved a disaster declaration for Wyoming on Saturday, which comes 22 days after the first disaster declaration in New York, the epicenter of the coronavirus.
Less than 24 hours after the Treasury Department formally extended cash grant offers to the six largest airlines in the U.S., the union representing 120,000 flight attendants is blasting the move with a dire warning.
Corporate rescue this time may also involve a rewriting of accounting rules to encourage deleveraging, so that bailouts are needed less often and are less costly. Industrial losses may need to be socialized en masse to get displaced workers back on the job and prevent the global economy from spiraling into depression.
The West is looking East for survival tipsOnce we brought back Camay soaps. Now we bring back the virus. “Foreign-returned” has acquired a patina of suspicion rather than pride. The foreign-returned are sent to quarantine much like Americans once did to all immigrants during the cholera epidemic of 1892.
Indian diplomats have to be more circumspect in word and deed. But they must seize the opportunity to ensure a diplomatic payback.