Saturday, December 5, 2020

#Equity

US Stocks ends mix on border emergency

U.S. stocks ended in mix on Thursday in the wake of worse-than-forecast economic data and national emergency. President Donald Trump will sign a spending bill to keep the government open and at the same time declare a national emergency at...

US stocks soars after shutdown fears averted

US stocks ended higher Tuesday after US lawmakers reached a cautious agreement to avoid another government shutdown before the end of the week. The deal includes just $1.375 billion but not on $5,7 billion. Trump said he was not "thrilled"...
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Kamala Harris: “Our administration will continue to put working people front and center.”

Kamala Harris, US Vice President-elect Joe Biden, promised to return attention to the American worker and put his requirements...
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Russian Ambassador: We still have time to extend the START treaty with America

Russian Ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov announced that there is still enough time to extend the new "START" treaty on reducing the nuclear arsenal...

Christmas in Italy: Movement between regions banned amid high COVID toll

Italy announced a ban on movement between local areas during the Christmas holidays; In order to contain the spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19), the...

NATO: Early withdrawal could expose Afghanistan to terrorism

NATO said that an early withdrawal from Afghanistan could leave the country a haven for international terrorism. The Secretary-General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, announced that...

Trump’s European allies resisted sanctions on Iranian banks

A diplomatic correspondence showed that Germany, France, and Britain urged the administration of US President Donald Trump in late October to reconsider imposing new...