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The U.S. benchmark S&P 500 stock index fell more than 4% on Wednesday after a dire warning on the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus sent investors running from even the most defensive equities.
Economic data showed U.S. manufacturing activity contracted less than expected in March, but disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic pushed new orders received by factories to an 11-year low, reinforcing economists’ views that the economy was in recession.
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Stocks opened flat this morning after the US jobless claims hit a record 6.6 million
— NYSE 🏛 (@NYSE) April 2, 2020
— Reuters Business (@ReutersBiz) April 2, 2020
— Bloomberg Markets (@markets) April 2, 2020
The fixed income ETF market is forecast to double to $2 trillion in five years
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— ICE (@ICE_Markets) December 3, 2019
— Goldman Sachs (@GoldmanSachs) April 2, 2020
If you can’t make your mortgage payments because of the coronavirus, start by understanding your options and reaching out for help. https://t.co/cymTuXoiFc
— consumerfinance.gov (@CFPB) March 31, 2020
The Monetary Control Act of 1980 also increased the @FDICgov deposit insurance limit from $40K to $100K, a big jump by historical standards and much larger than the 1974 increase from $20K to $40K https://t.co/I0rewwd3PU
— Fed Reserve History (@FedHistory) April 2, 2020