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Oil rig closures rising as prices hit 18-year lows

Global producers running out of storage for surplus due to coronavirus crisisCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageGlobal oil producers have begun shutting down their oil rigs on the largest scale in 35 years as the coronavirus continues to drive market prices to their lowest level since 2002. Related: More than 4,000 North Sea oil rig jobs cut amid Covid-19 crisis Continue reading...
Tags: Business, Oil, World news, Commodities, Oil and gas companies, Energy industry, North Sea, Coronavirus outbreak


How to Run Your Global Business from Home: Virtual HQ?

In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number of entrepreneurs who are running their business ventures from their houses. Many of these businessmen have achieved phenomenal… Read more » The post How to Run Your Global Business from Home: Virtual HQ? appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
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Revealed: Monsanto predicted crop system would damage US farms

Internal documents describe how to profit from farmer losses and desire to oppose some independent testing The US agriculture giant Monsanto and the German chemical giant BASF were aware for years that their plan to introduce a new agricultural seed and chemical system would probably lead to damage on many US farms, internal documents seen by the Guardian show.Risks were downplayed even while they planned how to profit off farmers who would buy Monsanto’s new seeds just to avoid damage, accordin...
Tags: Health, Business, Environment, US, Basf, World news, US news, Missouri, Monsanto, US environmental protection agency


Australia coronavirus shutdown: what is open, closed and banned under the current rules?

These are the latest restrictions in place as part of the Australian government’s emergency response measures to the Covid-19 outbreakSign up for Coronavirus: Australia at a glance, our daily email newsletterCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statisticsSee all our coronavirus coverageOn Sunday evening, Australian prime minister Scott Morrison outlined a further set of restrictions to combat the coronavirus outbreak. Here is an updated list of the federal government’s shutdown...
Tags: Business, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Australian politics, Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, South Australia, Western Australia, Northern Territory, Australian economy, Australian Capital Territory (ACT, Coronavirus outbreak


Coronavirus Australia update live: Tasmania records its first Covid-19 death – latest news

Australian prime minister Scott Morrison announced further restrictions on Sunday, including limiting public gatherings to two people. Follow all the latest Covid-19 updatesSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailFollow global coronavirus live updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePublic gatherings restricted, and rent moratorium 12.21am BST A Sydney startup has announced overnight that it has developed an online diagnosis tool to help physicians scanning for Covid-19. The U...
Tags: Health, Business, Labor, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Australian politics, Sydney, Tasmania, Scott Morrison, Australian economy, Foreign Investment Review Board, University of Sydney, Jim Chalmers, Coronavirus outbreak


Lockdown set to kill off thousands of pubs, restaurants and shops

Lockdown set to kill off thousands of pubs, restaurants and shops. Bleak outlook will lead to tens of thousands of job losses and comes after tough conditions in 2019
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Asia shares under threat as futures fall early

Asian share markets looked set for a rocky start on Monday as U.S. stock futures took an early spill amid fears the global shutdown for the coronavirus could last for months, doing untold harm to economies. E-Mini futures for the S&P 500 skidded 1.7% right from the bell, while Nikkei futures pointed to an opening loss of around 500 points. Rodrigo Catril, a senior FX strategist at NAB, said the main question for markets was whether all the stimulus would be enough to help the global economy...
Tags: Asia, Business, News, Nab, Rodrigo Catril


Broadband providers to lift data caps during coronavirus lockdown

Major providers want to help people stay connected.
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Crude oil futures drop at open on grim demand outlook

The oil markets are enduring a twin shock of demand destruction caused by the coronavirus pandemic and the Saudi-Russia price war that is flooding markets with extra supply. The virus has brought the worldwide aviation industry to a standstill and put roughly 3 billion people on lockdown to limit the spread of the virus. Despite this, Saudi Arabia and Russia remain at loggerheads.
Tags: Business, News, Saudi Arabia, Russia


Investors Who Bought AusQuest (ASX:AQD) Shares Five Years Ago Are Now Down 60%

We think intelligent long term investing is the way to go. But unfortunately, some companies simply don't succeed. For...
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Stock market news live: Stock futures sink as coronavirus cases top 700,000 globally

Stocks futures kicked off the overnight session lower on Sunday as market participants continued tracking the spread of the coronavirus outbreak and the daily life disruptions it has invoked around the world.
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Cigna, Humana become newest major insurers to cover COVID-19 treatment costs

Cigna (CI) has announced it will cover treatment for all COVID-19 patients, including in-network and out-of-network, through May 31, making it the first major insurer to announce such broad coverage amid the global pandemic.
Tags: Business, News, Cigna CI, Cigna Humana


The Antisense Therapeutics (ASX:ANP) Share Price Is Down 43% So Some Shareholders Are Getting Worried

Antisense Therapeutics Limited (ASX:ANP) shareholders will doubtless be very grateful to see the share price up 44% in...
Tags: Business, News, ANP, Antisense Therapeutics Limited ASX


Coronavirus Australia update live: curbs on public gatherings take effect – latest news

Australian prime minister Scott Morrison announced further restrictions on Sunday, including limiting public gatherings to two people. Follow all the latest Covid-19 updatesSign up for Guardian Australia’s daily coronavirus emailFollow global coronavirus live updatesSee all our coronavirus coveragePublic gatherings restricted, and rent moratorium 10.21pm BST What do we know about the coming wage subsidy so far?It will be up to $1500 a fortnight for full time workers 10.10pm BST NSW accep...
Tags: Health, Business, Australia, Australia news, Infectious Diseases, Australian politics, Sydney, Scott Morrison, Australian economy, Coronavirus outbreak


Coronavirus Crash: Securing a Financial Future

The coronavirus crash has families fearful for their health and finances, but there are a few measures you can take to secure your financial future.The post Coronavirus Crash: Securing a Financial Future appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada.
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Fight against the spread of COVID-19: Temporary closure of the Olymel pork processing plant in Yamachiche for the next 14 days

TROIS-RIVIÈRES, QC, March 29, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ - In collaboration with the Mauricie-et-du-Centre-du-Québec Integrated University Health and Social Services Centre (CIUSSS MCQ) public health department, Olymel management is announcing the temporary closure of the hog slaughter and cutting plant in Yamachiche for a period of 14 days. This is due to the growing number of cases of COVID-19 among plant employees, which has reached nine. Olymel will offer its employees all the help and information ...
Tags: Business, News, Olymel, COVID, Yamachiche


2 Tech Stocks Buys for a Market Rebound

Tech stocks might seem risky, but these stocks could also prove the biggest winners during a market rebound.The post 2 Tech Stocks Buys for a Market Rebound appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada.
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Q3 2020 Global Cord Blood Corp Earnings Call
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Fewer homes on the market could mean bargains for buyers still on the hunt during COVID-19

Buying or selling a home in Alberta is becoming increasingly challenging.Some Alberta realtors are seeing sales plummet due to social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic, just when the spring market is normally heating up."My phone isn't ringing as much and there's really no showings," said Brad Van De Walle, a Calgary-based realtor who has been in the business for more than a decade. "Realtors that I'm talking to are in tears because they don't know what they&apos...
Tags: Business, News, Facetime, Alberta, Calgary, Tagg, Brad Van De Walle, Josh Tagg, Steve Kabachia, Kabachia, Van De Walle


Coronavirus stimulus bill: 7 ways student loan borrowers benefit

For more than 44 million borrowers with $1.5 trillion in outstanding student debt, Congress is offering relief on top of what the White House and the Education Department have already announced.
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Famed Nate ‘N Al’s Deli In Beverly Hills Is Closing, Possibly Forever, On Sunday – Report

UPDATE, SUNDAY, MARCH 29:  The Nate 'N Al's owners have issued a statement. that indicates all may not be lost for one of show biz's favorite eateries. "The media has incorrectly reported that Nate 'N Al’s is “gone forever.”  As we originally stated, we couldn’t fully guarantee the safety of both our customers and employees […]
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Hull Trains becomes first British operator to suspend all services

Chief of open access operator says decision is aimed at protecting its long-term futureCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageHull Trains is to become the first British rail operator to suspend all services, after cancelling trains between London and the port city until further notice due to the “unprecedented circumstances” caused by coronavirus.The company, part of rail operator FirstGroup, said it has been forced into the decision to safeguard the future of the business, ...
Tags: Business, London, UK News, Transport, Rail transport, FirstGroup, Hull, Rail industry, Hull Trains, Coronavirus outbreak


Mattress company Leesa is making coronavirus kits and shipping them 'directly to hospitals'

Virginia Beach-based mattress company Leesa is pivoting its business to donate bed kits to hospitals as the World Health Organization reports the number of coronavirus cases now exceeds 650,000 globally.
Tags: Business, News, World Health Organization, Virginia Beach, Leesa


Aberdeen: teetering between its high-carbon past and a green future

A city more reliant than most on oil and gas reserves hopes to profit from a shift to net zeroAberdeen is one of the few cities in the world where your taxi driver is almost guaranteed to know the global market price for oil.It is the second week of March in the capital of the North Sea oil and gas industry and Aberdonians have witnessed one of the sharpest oil price slumps in a generation. The Granite City is still one week away from a market collapse even deeper than the 2016 price crash. Cont...
Tags: Energy, Business, Climate Change, Scotland, Environment, Oil, UK News, Commodities, Energy industry, Aberdeen, Gas, Coal, Fossil Fuels, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, North Sea, Granite City


Introducing RAIZE - Instituição de Pagamentos (ELI:MLRZE), The Stock That Dropped 23% In The Last Year

It's easy to match the overall market return by buying an index fund. While individual stocks can be big winners...
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High street's survival under threat as lockdown hits stores

High street's survival under threat as lockdown hits stores. Coronavirus could lead to permanent closure of struggling town shops, say analysts
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Easy Come, Easy Go: How Aalborg Boldspilklub (CPH:AAB) Shareholders Got Unlucky And Saw 77% Of Their Cash Evaporate

Some stocks are best avoided. It hits us in the gut when we see fellow investors suffer a loss. Spare a thought for...
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