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Global stocks march higher as coronavirus lockdowns ease and economic activity picks up | Markets Insider

Global stocks march higher as coronavirus lockdowns ease and economic activity picks up | Markets Insider

 Global stocks marched higher Tuesday as coronavirus lockdowns continue to be eased around the world, and major economies show tentative signs of recovery, while investors shrug off mounting tensions between the US and China.Futures for the S&P 500 increased as much as 2.2% during the European morning, while in Asian trade Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 1.8%, and the pan-European Stoxx 50 rose 0.8%. On Monday, Japan lifted its two-month long after a marked fall in new coronavirus cases in its capital city Tokyo and other hard-hit provinces, one of the most significant examples of lockdown...

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Hedge funds are piling into healthcare stocks at record levels, Goldman Sachs says | Markets Insider

Hedge funds are piling into healthcare stocks at record levels, Goldman Sachs says | Markets Insider

 Hedge funds are reaching record levels of exposure to healthcare stocks as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, said Friday.The sector sits 10 percentage points overweight across hedge funds compared to the Russell 3000 sector, the bank added, making it the most favored industry among managers. Funds monitored by Goldman are nearly 25% concentrated in healthcare equities, with tech companies following with a 20% weighting.Biotech stocks have been the biggest beneficiary and reached a 2.8 percentage point overweight through the start of the second quarter. The shift has come at a time where...

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Oil surges 13% to 2-month high on hopes of global demand rebound

Oil surges 13% to 2-month high on hopes of global demand rebound

 Crude oil prices jumped to a two-month high on Monday, reflecting output cuts and investors' betting that looser lockdowns will boost demand for fuel.futures soared as much as 13%, to $33.32 per barrel. , the international benchmark, climbed 10%, to $35.72 at intraday highs.Naeem Aslam, the chief market analyst at AvaTrade, said it was turning out to be a "remarkable day" for both WTI and Brent."The global economy is reopening and the oil glut has eased off," he said.The combination of global production cuts and recovery expectations has been driving oil prices higher, Jeffrey Halley,...

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Sorrento Therapeutics skyrockets 244% after claiming a breakthrough on a COVID-19 antibody (SRNE) | Markets Insider

Sorrento Therapeutics skyrockets 244% after claiming a breakthrough on a COVID-19 antibody (SRNE) | Markets Insider

 skyrocketed as much as 244% on Friday after the company it was developing showed "100% inhibition" of the COVID-19 virus in preclinical studies.The small biotechnology company said it planned to "generate an antibody cocktail product that would act as a 'protective shield' against SARS-CoV-2," the official name of the novel coronavirus.Sorrento said it would ask regulators for "priority evaluation and accelerated review" of its antibody candidate. The company added that it hoped to receive government support and partner with a pharmaceutical company to scale up manufacturing of its...

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Trump alleges 'rich guys' intentionally talk the stock market lower for short-position profits | Markets Insider

Trump alleges 'rich guys' intentionally talk the stock market lower for short-position profits | Markets Insider

 Some prominent investors using media platforms to warn of a stock market crash are doing so to pad their short positions, President Donald Trump alleged in a Wednesday ."When the so-called 'rich guys' speak negatively about the market, you must always remember that some are betting big against it, and make a lot of money if it goes down," the president wrote. "Then they go positive, get big publicity, and make it going up."He continued: "They get you both ways. Barely legal?"While short-selling remains a legal practice, banning it is not unheard of. Shorting of financial stocks was...

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'Who am I to be bold?': Warren Buffett's lack of stock purchases worries billionaire investor Leon Cooperman | Markets Insider

'Who am I to be bold?': Warren Buffett's lack of stock purchases worries billionaire investor Leon Cooperman | Markets Insider

 Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger's dearth of stock purchases during the coronavirus sell-off is a red flag for investors, the hedge-fund billionaire Leon Cooperman said in an email obtained by Business Insider."I'm a watcher of Buffett and Munger for good reason," he said. "Uncharacteristically, Buffett sold airlines into weakness and he doesn't seem to be too active despite his liquidity."If the greatest investor in my generation can't figure it out, who am I to be bold?" Cooperman added.Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway conglomerate made only in net stock purchases in the first quarter and...

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Dow rises 300 points as economic-reopening hope offsets historic job losses | Markets Insider

Dow rises 300 points as economic-reopening hope offsets historic job losses | Markets Insider

 US stocks rose on Friday as investors looked past a dismal April jobs report to encouraging signs of economic reopening.The Friday report from the Labor Department showed that the US economy last month amid sweeping lockdowns intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The unemployment rate surged to 14.7%, the highest since the Great Depression."The market has already anticipated this historic fall in the economy by dropping dramatically in late February and most of March and likewise has already anticipated a bottom and bounce from the lows," said Chris Zaccarelli, the chief...

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America's billionaires added $282 billion to their total wealth in 23 days during the coronavirus crisis, a report claims | Markets Insider

America's billionaires added $282 billion to their total wealth in 23 days during the coronavirus crisis, a report claims | Markets Insider

 The US' richest people continue to get richer even as the coronavirus pushes millions of American workers into unemployment and a deep recession looms large over the economy, according to a report In the first three months of 2020, even as panic gripped markets, 34 of the US' wealthiest 170 billionaires saw their fortunes surge by millions of dollars, according to a published by the Institute for Policy Studies last week. Eight even saw their wealth increase by more than $1 billion, the report said.Research by Forbes year showed that US billionaires' wealth declined from $3.1 trillion to...

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Bargain like Warren Buffett in bailout deals, investor Bill Ackman advises US officials | Markets Insider

Bargain like Warren Buffett in bailout deals, investor Bill Ackman advises US officials | Markets Insider

 Public officials should drive as hard a bargain as Warren Buffett when they bail out big companies, billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman said in the latest episode of ."The government shouldn't come in on terms that are more favorable than where Warren Buffett would provide the company with capital," the Pershing Square Capital boss told host Shane Parrish.The "big four" US airlines, bleeding cash as authorities restrict travel and people stay at home to slow the spread of coronavirus, are set to receive .President Donald Trump also that he plans to "make funds available" to energy...

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Facebook pops, Zoom drops on Facebook announcing 'Rooms' video-chat competitor (FB, ZM) | Markets Insider

Facebook pops, Zoom drops on Facebook announcing 'Rooms' video-chat competitor (FB, ZM) | Markets Insider

 on Friday announced "" — a new video conferencing platform that allows up to 50 people join a single room and interact with each other. Rooms will directly compete with , and Skype, three popular video conferencing platforms that have seen a surge in demand as millions across the globe are under stay-at-home orders. Prior to today's Facebook announcement, shares of Zoom were trading at all-time highs on news that the company and was going to be on April 30. Shares of Zoom traded at $180 this afternoon, but ultimately fell to an intraday low of $158.30 after Facebook made the announcement,...

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Yellow Rose Distilling Supplies Crucially Needed Hand Sanitizer to Houston First Responders | Markets Insider

Yellow Rose Distilling Supplies Crucially Needed Hand Sanitizer to Houston First Responders | Markets Insider

 , /PRNewswire/ -- The team at Yellow Rose Distilling, first legal whiskey distillery, have always taken great satisfaction in producing a product that makes people happy – and now they're proudly creating a product to help keep their neighbors safe. Like other generous distilleries and manufacturing facilities across the country, Yellow Rose has been granted FDA approval to quickly adapt distillery equipment to bottle alcohol-based antiseptic hand sanitizer to help combat shortages due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency. The Fire Department sent firefighters and trucks today...

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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has the cash to buy Tesla, Starbucks, or McDonald's after the coronavirus sell-off | Markets Insider

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has the cash to buy Tesla, Starbucks, or McDonald's after the coronavirus sell-off | Markets Insider

 Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway can afford to buy almost any of America's public companies after coronavirus fears decimated their market capitalizations in recent weeks.The famed investor's conglomerate boasted $125 billion in cash, cash equivalents, and short-term investments in US Treasuries at the end of December. Assuming that figure hasn't changed, and looking purely at market caps — ignoring whether a purchase would be feasible, sensible, or even legal — Berkshire could buy one of more than 450 companies in the S&P 500, more than 80 in the Nasdaq 100, and 11 in the Dow 30...

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Saudi Aramco will lower oil prices in Asia to near 2-decade lows, even after global powers agree to historic production cut | Markets Insider

Saudi Aramco will lower oil prices in Asia to near 2-decade lows, even after global powers agree to historic production cut | Markets Insider

 Even as OPEC+ producers tamper the global oil-price war and agree to slash supply starting in May, Saudi Arabia isn't resting easy.State-owned oil titan lowered official selling prices for buyers in Asia and the Mediterranean region on Monday while hiking prices higher for the US and northwest Europe, reported. Prices for Aramco's oil in Asia now sit near their lowest level in two decades.Asia represents Aramco's largest market, suggesting Saudi Arabia aims to maintain dominance in key markets even as pumping activity slows and prices bounce higher. Raising prices in the US might also...

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A Republican senator just called for a 60-day national moratorium on housing and utility payments for people earning below $75,000 | Markets Insider

A Republican senator just called for a 60-day national moratorium on housing and utility payments for people earning below $75,000 | Markets Insider

 Sen. Rick Scott of Florida is calling for a 60-day moratorium on all mortgage, rent, utility, and fee payments for people earning below $75,000 a year and small businesses with fewer than 250 people.In a Fox Business op-ed , Scott said he would oppose any attempt by the federal government to rescue industries battered by the coronavirus with emergency funding. Instead, he called to direct federal aid to low-income workers."Let me be clear: we should not bail out large corporations that have enjoyed years of growth and prosperity. I won't support it," Scott said. "The people that need help...

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House passes coronavirus bill, which includes paid sick leave for workers | Markets Insider

House passes coronavirus bill, which includes paid sick leave for workers | Markets Insider

 In the early hours on Saturday morning, the House of Representatives passed the to provide financial relief to Americans hamstrung by the novel coronavirus — which has increasingly shuttered businesses across the nation and encouraged consumers to stay home. The measure will now head to the Senate for a vote. If it passes, the president has said he will sign the bill into law.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi initially announced that a deal had been reached between Democrats and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Friday evening. Shortly after, Trump tweeted that he supported the bill, saying he...

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'We need to care for working people as much as we care for the stock market': Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders blasted the Fed's $1.5 trillion injection | Markets Insider

'We need to care for working people as much as we care for the stock market': Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders blasted the Fed's $1.5 trillion injection | Markets Insider

 Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Bernie Sanders questioned why the Federal Reserve was able to spend $1.5 trillion to shore up money markets on Thursday, when a frequent criticism of their left-wing proposals such as Medicare for All and forgiving student debt is that they're unaffordable."FYI, the amount that the Fed just injected almost covers all student loan debt in the US," Ocasio-Cortez — who goes by "AOC" — ."There is absolutely NO excuse for not pausing student debt collections, planning for mortgage & rent relief, etc," she added. "We need to care for working people as much...

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The US stock market has now wiped out the entire $11.5 trillion of value it gained since Trump's 2016 election victory | Markets Insider

The US stock market has now wiped out the entire $11.5 trillion of value it gained since Trump's 2016 election victory | Markets Insider

 Thursday's massive sell-off has erased any remaining stock market gains made since President Trump's 2016 election win.US stocks are down more than 8% Thursday afternoon as coronavirus risks build and investors fear near-term recession. The total market cap of the US equities market, as measured by the Russell 3000 index, has declined by $11.5 trillion from its February 19 peak to $23.8 trillion as of Thursday morning.The current market cap is roughly equal to the size of the stock market when Donald Trump emerged victorious in the 2016 election. The Trump administration repeatedly...

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JPMorgan officially forecasts a coronavirus-driven recession will rock the US and Europe by July | Markets Insider

JPMorgan officially forecasts a coronavirus-driven recession will rock the US and Europe by July | Markets Insider

 The US's biggest bank expects the coronavirus pandemic to sink the US and European economies into a deep recession as soon as this summer.views of the virus "have evolved dramatically in recent weeks" as the outbreak has spread further around the world and fueled the worst stock-market sell-offs in decades, the bank's economists wrote in a Thursday note.The US economy could shrink by 2% in the first quarter and 3% in the second, JPMorgan projected, while the eurozone economy could contract by 1.8% and 3.3% in the same periods.A technical recession is defined as two consecutive quarters of...

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Dow plummets most since 1987 as Trump's stimulus plan fails to materialize | Markets Insider

Dow plummets most since 1987 as Trump's stimulus plan fails to materialize | Markets Insider

 US stocks plunged deeper into the red on Thursday after President Donald Trump's address to the nation on Wednesday night failed to calm investors' concerns about the economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak. Traders then spent the day waiting for concrete details about a stimulus package that never materialized.All three major US indexes closed more than 9% lower. The Dow Jones industrial average, which closed in a bear market on Wednesday, dropped 10%. That marked its biggest single-day decline since Black Monday in 1987.The S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq finished the session...

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Republicans oppose coronavirus bill that would provide paid sick leave and free testing | Markets Insider

Republicans oppose coronavirus bill that would provide paid sick leave and free testing | Markets Insider

 Republicans on Thursday said they would not support a House bill designed to counter the economic fallout of the coronavirus, putting the future of the outbreak response bill in jeopardy hours before Congress was scheduled to leave for a weeklong recess.Democrats released around midnight on Wednesday the text of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which would provide free testing for the respiratory illness COVID-19 and expand paid sick leave. It also sought to increase safety-net measures during the outbreak, including through increased food stamps and unemployment benefits. On...

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Obama's former top economist says Congress should immediately send $1,000 to every American adult to stimulate coronavirus-stricken economy | Markets Insider

Obama's former top economist says Congress should immediately send $1,000 to every American adult to stimulate coronavirus-stricken economy | Markets Insider

 16.90 (+0.04%)34.66 (+14.62%)1.93 (+6.32%)16.90 (+0.04%)34.66 (+14.62%)1.93 (+6.32%)One of President Obama's former top economists says the federal government should send a $1,000 check to every adult right away - and make it a key element in a fiscal stimulus package to boost the coronavirus-stricken economy.Jason Furman, the former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers during the Obama administration, in a Wall Street Journal op-ed called on Congress to pass a $350 billion legislative package that bolsters social safety-net programs and provides a financial cushion for people...

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Democrats are calling on Trump to include paid sick leave for workers in any economic package to fight the coronavirus | Markets Insider

Democrats are calling on Trump to include paid sick leave for workers in any economic package to fight the coronavirus | Markets Insider

 2,746.56 (-7.60%)7,948.03 (-6.83%)23,851.02 (-7.79%)18,960.00 (-7.66%)2,746.56 (-7.60%)7,948.03 (-6.83%)23,851.02 (-7.79%)18,960.00 (-7.66%)Congressional Democrats are calling on President Trump to include an extension of paid sick leave in any legislative package aimed at shoring up the coronavirus-stricken economy.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer unveiled a list of their priorities to improve the livelihoods of workers hardest hit by the outbreak. "We are hoping to work with the administration on a coordinated, government-wide plan to respond to the...

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An inside look at the debate around pandemic bonds, which have $425 million hinging on how deadly the coronavirus ends up being | Markets Insider

An inside look at the debate around pandemic bonds, which have $425 million hinging on how deadly the coronavirus ends up being | Markets Insider

 3,130.12 (+4.22%)8,949.28 (+4.13%)25,880.00 (0.00%)20,845.00 (-2.98%)3,130.12 (+4.22%)8,949.28 (+4.13%)25,880.00 (0.00%)20,845.00 (-2.98%)A group of unique bondholders will either reap massive profits or lose hundreds of millions of dollars as the coronavirus outbreak escalates.So-called "pandemic bonds" were first introduced by the World Bank in 2017 as a response to the Ebola virus. Investors holding the bonds enjoy higher-than-average interest rates, but stand to lose their cash in the event of a pandemic.If certain criteria are met, the bonds' principal is transferred to the World...

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Dow plummets 1,000 points as spreading coronavirus fears rattle traders | Markets Insider

Dow plummets 1,000 points as spreading coronavirus fears rattle traders | Markets Insider

 3,228.33 (-3.28%)9,083.30 (-3.85%)28,028.01 (-3.33%)23,386.74 (-0.39%)3,228.33 (-3.28%)9,083.30 (-3.85%)28,028.01 (-3.33%)23,386.74 (-0.39%)US stocks were swept up in a global sell-off on Monday as fears over the spreading coronavirus — and its negative economic implications — rattled investor nerves.The fell more than 1,000 points in early trading on Tuesday for a 3.5% decline. The tumbled roughly 3.3%, while the tech-heavy lost 3.8%.Meanwhile, the Cboe Volatility Index — or , which is widely known as the stock market's fear gauge — spiked 41% to its highest level since August.The latest...

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These are the 5 biggest bombshells from The New York Times' report on Trump's money and Deutsche Bank | Markets Insider

These are the 5 biggest bombshells from The New York Times' report on Trump's money and Deutsche Bank | Markets Insider

 3,380.16 (+0.18%)9,623.58 (+0.29%)29,398.08 (-0.09%)23,523.24 (-0.69%)3,380.16 (+0.18%)9,623.58 (+0.29%)29,398.08 (-0.09%)23,523.24 (-0.69%)President Donald Trump's relationship with has fallen under public and regulatory scrutiny since his first months in office, and a new report from offers new insights into the unorthodox partnership. Times reporter David Enrich, who spent the last two years interviewing Deutsche Bank executives about the firm's relationship with Trump, gleaning a mix of revealing anecdotes and riveting details, revealed how some employees viewed Trump as a boon for the...

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