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Congressional action on a second coronavirus-relief package and the development of vaccines to treat the deadly disease enabled the lender to free $2.9 billion in loan reserves
Under the deal brokered by the Trump administration, China agreed to purchase about $159 billion in U.S. goods by the end of 2020.
“If we have people and give them an outlet for entertainment in the restaurant space, in the bar space, we have much more of an opportunity in my view to be able to regulate and control that environment,” Lightfoot said. “Let’s bring it out of the shadows. Let’s allow them to have some recreation in restaurants, in bars, where we can actually work with responsible owners and managers to regulate and protect people from COVID-19."
These figures were estimated based on if the 48 million full-time employees in the U.S. with remote-work-compatibility were to work from home on an average of 2.5 days a week.
Former New York Stock Exchange Chairman Dick Grasso told "Mornings with Maria" that Texas and Florida "will do anything to incentivize their locations."
Global and U.S. CEOs rated COVID-19 as their No. 1 external concern in 2021.
The Labor Department on Thursday released its latest data on the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits.
The cumulative U.S. deficit for the first three months of fiscal 2021, which started Oct. 1, reached $573 billion, up from $357 billion in the pre-pandemic year-earlier period.
Senate Democrats plan to make another coronavirus relief package — including sending an additional stimulus payment to many Americans — one of their top priorities for the year once they assume control of the chamber.
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Out of the 36 responses, 19 business leaders, or 53%, said they are doing slightly or much worse than pre-pandemic compared to 15 business leaders, or 42%, who say they are doing slightly or much better and two, or 5%, who say they are doing the same.
China’s factory gate prices fell last month at their slowest pace since February, official data showed on Monday, suggesting China’s manufacturing sector continues to see a steady recovery from the COVID-19 shock.