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06/01/2020 | 11:16pm EDT
China's PBOC to Buy Loans From Regional Lenders to Spur Lending 

China's central bank said it would buy loans from regional lenders and conduct interest-rate swaps to encourage banks to step up lending and extend loan repayment deadlines for small businesses hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

CBO: Economy Could Take Nearly 10 Years to Catch Up After Coronavirus 

The U.S. economy could take the better part of a decade to fully recover from the coronavirus pandemic and related shutdowns, the Congressional Budget Office said.

Saudi Arabia, Russia Inch Toward Deal on Postlockdown Oil Cuts 

An alliance of oil-producing nations led by Saudi Arabia and Russia is close to a deal that would extend their collective production cuts through Sept. 1, as the world emerges from pandemic-induced lockdowns, delegates said.

U.S. Economy Faces Projected 10-Year Recovery From Coronavirus Effects 

The U.S. economy could take the better part of a decade to fully recover from the coronavirus pandemic and related shutdowns, a U.S. budget agency said, as a series of surveys pointed to continuing weakness in global manufacturing.

Protests Derail Comeback for Restaurants, Retailers 

The social unrest in major cities has slowed the reopening efforts of retailers and restaurants still reeling from the effects of the pandemic on their business.

CEOs and Big Businesses Speak Out on Racism, Police Violence 

Business leaders are speaking out about social injustice and racial inequality in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of police and the protests in more than 100 U.S. cities the fatal event has sparked.

Dollar Slides as Investors Regain Confidence in Global Economy 

Investors have sold the dollar and begun buying riskier currencies on optimism about an economic recovery as countries emerge from coronavirus lockdowns.

Stocks Start Week With Modest Gains 

Stocks rose as investors embraced signs that global factory activity was on a path toward recovery and largely shrugged off the violent clashes in U.S. cities.

China's Economy Is Worse Than It Looks 

China's apparent recovery from the coronavirus shutdowns is allowing the country to project strength abroad, but a closer look at its labor market raises some questions over that progress.

It's No Optical Illusion-U.S. Stocks Really Are Expensive 

The headline price/earnings ratio can be misleading, but a plunge in earnings and a recovery that will take time really does make American stocks pricey.


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ChangeLast1st jan.
LONDON BRENT OIL 0.26% 42.78 Delayed Quote.-36.24%
THE GLOBAL LTD. 0.97% 209 End-of-day quote.-55.63%
US DOLLAR / RUSSIAN ROUBLE (USD/RUB) 1.29% 71.472 Delayed Quote.14.06%
WORLD CO., LTD. -1.19% 1496 End-of-day quote.-44.41%
WTI 0.05% 40.23 Delayed Quote.-35.64%
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