Mar.23 -- The drumbeat for postponing the Tokyo Olympics is growing louder with more IOC members speaking out. Bloomberg’s Stephen Engle reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”
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Goldman is now forecasting a real GDP sequential decline of 34% for the second quarter on an annualised basis, compared with its earlier estimate for a drop of 24%. It also cut its first-quarter target to a decline of 9% from its previous expectation for a 6% drop, according to chief economist Jan Hatzius
The coronavirus crisis and plant shutdowns have affected the jobs of at least 1,1 million Europeans working in automobile manufacturing, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) said on Tuesday. The wider sector provides jobs for 13.8 million people across the European Union, ACEA said
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MOSCOW/LONDON (Reuters) - A rift in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has widened after members failed to agree unanimously on an emergency low-level meeting to discuss a market collapse that has seen global oil prices hit 18-year lows. OPEC president Algeria, which has been
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Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment on how many ventilators it has to offer, or how the company will prioritise requests. Governments across the globe have appealed to automakers and aerospace companies help procure or make ventilators and other medical equipment amid a fast-spreading
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Switzerland's bank watchdog on Tuesday toughened its line against banks paying dividends, saying that capital relief to promote lending during the coronavirus crisis would be cut for any new dividend payments approved after March 25. Mark Branson, who heads the Swiss regulator FINMA, told reporters
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More orders for NHS ventilators take number to 61,000. Cambridge company Sagentia says prototype can be produced at speed for Covid-19 patients
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Plans to provide debt relief to lower-income countries could increase the risk of default if payment obligations to private sector creditors were restructured, credit-rating agencies warned on Tuesday. In a bid to help the poorest countries struggling with the effects of the coronavirus, the World Bank
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said the U.S. Congress should pass a $2 trillion (1.6 trillion pounds) spending plan to update the country's roads, bridges and other infrastructure, calling for it to be included in the next bill lawmakers are currently drafting to respond to the coronavirus crisis
JPMorgan Chase & Co told employees on Tuesday it is changing its customer complaint system and how staff choose which customers are eligible for certain banking products after the New York Times reported allegations of racial discrimination against black customers at the bank last year. The reports
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