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Coronavirus update: HHS moves to boost coronavirus case tracking; AstraZeneca expands vaccine deals

The U.S. Health and Human Services department released new guidelines on Thursday to improve tracking of positive coronavirus cases in the country — with a focus on identifying inequities and directing resources as more states...

Wall St. pro says the current rally reminds him of March 2009

As the S&P 500 (^GSPC) hovers around 40% from its March 23rd low, one veteran strategist sees similarities with the massive rebound that took place when the markets were emerging from the financial crisis 11 years ago. “When...

Pandemics, protests and an ‘amoral’ rally: Why Wall Street yawns in the face of chaos

The economy is still reeling from the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns, while mass demonstrations — which may contribute to a resurgence of the same outbreak that locked down nearly every country on the face of...

Mall Stocks Surge With Shoppers Coming Back Faster Than Expected

Shoppers in South Carolina are ready to go. With retailers now allowed to reopen, customers traffic is back to 80% of pre-pandemic levels at properties in the state that are owned by Tanger Factory Outlet Centers...

Fight Over ‘Predatory’ J.C. Penney Bankruptcy Loan Gets Ugly

The fight over who gets to fund J.C. Penney Co.’s bankruptcy is heating up. The U.S. retail giant filed for Chapter 11 protection last month with a $900 million financing package lined up from senior lenders...

Coronavirus stimulus checks: Americans who didn’t get payment ‘need to take action,’ Treasury says

The majority of stimulus checks have now been distributed with over 159 million Americans receiving their payments, according to the latest data from the Treasury Department. “These payments are an integral part of our commitment to providing much-needed...

COVID-19 crisis highlights housing inequality faced by black Americans

Job losses from the COVID-19 crisis risk exacerbating the housing inequality faced by black communities, as millions of Americans face missed rent payments and the increasing threat of eviction. Although the crisis has struck nearly every...

Private Equity Gets a Big Win With U.S. Nod to Tap 401(k) Plans

Private-equity firms notched a major win in Washington with the Trump administration paving the way for the industry to tap a massive pot of money that has long been off limits: the trillions of dollars...

Pilgrim’s Pride CEO Charged By U.S. in Price-Fixing Probe

The chief executive officer of Pilgrim’s Pride Corp., America’s second-biggest chicken producer, was charged by U.S. prosecutors with conspiring to fix prices as part of an antitrust investigation of chicken-processing companies. Jayson Penn was indicted by...

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