Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

Why Cows, Steel and Cement Pollute So Much (and How to Fix It)

The scope of decarbonization isn't just limited to power generation and transportation. The approach extends to industries including steel, cattle and cement manufacturing. All will require major change in order to slow global warming.
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It's Going to Be a `Long Haul' for Markets, Says Commerzbank

It's Going to Be a `Long Haul' for Markets, Says Commerzbank

Investors are coming round to the view that the human toll of the coronavirus pandemic is "going to get worse before it gets better," according to Peter Dixon, global equities economist at Commerzbank.
UniCredit Suspends Dividend Payments Amid Virus Turmoil

UniCredit Suspends Dividend Payments Amid Virus Turmoil

Italy's UniCredit SpA suspended dividend payments on 2019 earnings, bowing to European Central Bank pressure to retain capital amid the coronavirus turmoil.
Developing a Vaccine for Coronavirus

Developing a Vaccine for Coronavirus

Navid Malik, executive director of Life Sciences Division, discusses working with Stabilitech on a vaccine for coronavirus and how long it could be before one is on the market.
China's Lifting of Restrictions Has Worked, Flu Expert Says

China's Lifting of Restrictions Has Worked, Flu Expert Says

China's lifting of restrictions related to the coronavirus has been successful, according to research by Imperial College in London. "As movement increased and China restarted their economy, we didn't see an increase in transmission," says Dr. Kyl...
Dollar's Surge Isn't Over, Goldman Strategists Say in Note

Dollar's Surge Isn't Over, Goldman Strategists Say in Note

The dollar is firmer today, advancing for the first time in four sessions. It had its worst week since 1985 last week and it followed a wave of credit rating cuts and a surge in coronavirus cases. According to strategists at Goldman Sachs, the dol...
Jefferies CFO Dies From Coronavirus Complications

Jefferies CFO Dies From Coronavirus Complications

Jefferies says the CFO of its main subsidiary has died from complications linked to coronavirus, marking one of the first reported deaths among senior Wall Street figures. Like all aspects of society, the rule of the c-suite are being rewritten un...
Tracking End-of-Month Re-Balancing

Tracking End-of-Month Re-Balancing

Quarter-end strains may add to the skittishness of an already volatile market. End of the month tweaks to money manager portfolios may add as much as $1 trillion to stock markets according to strategists.
Singapore Dollar Further Weakness Expected, NAB's Tan Says

Singapore Dollar Further Weakness Expected, NAB's Tan Says

Christy Tan, head of markets strategy and research for Asia at National Australia Bank, discusses the outlook for the region's currencies including the Singapore dollar and the Chinese yuan.
Trump: Well on Way to Recovery by June

Trump: Well on Way to Recovery by June

The top infectious disease expert in the U.S. is warning coronavirus deaths in the U.S. could possibly hit 200,000. Meanwhile, President Donald Trump told reporters that he hopes the economy is back on track by June 1.
China Delivery Giant ZTO: Virus Definitely Impacting Business

China Delivery Giant ZTO: Virus Definitely Impacting Business

Huiping Yan, chief financial offer of Chinese delivery giant ZTO Express, discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting demand for the company's services.
Fidelity Looking at Opportunities Across China, India: Samant

Fidelity Looking at Opportunities Across China, India: Samant

Medha Samant, director of investment at Fidelity International, discusses how the coronavirus outbreak is affecting economies and markets, and where she sees opportunities.
Brent Crude Falls to 17-Year Low

Brent Crude Falls to 17-Year Low

Crude dropped to its lowest in 17-years as virus lockdowns cascade through the world's largest economies. The market has been roiled by cratering demand and an unmanageable surplus while Russia and Saudi Arabia remain at odds about curbing output.
China Says 30 of 31 New Virus Cases on Mar. 29 Were Imported

China Says 30 of 31 New Virus Cases on Mar. 29 Were Imported

The Chinese government says 30 of the 31 new confirmed coronavirus cases have been import. It comes after the country sealed its borders to foreigners on Saturday.
Virus Outbreak Continues to Disrupt Global Supply Chains: Kearny's Hong

Virus Outbreak Continues to Disrupt Global Supply Chains: Kearny's Hong

Per Hong, senior partner at Kearney, discusses the coronavirus impact on supply chains.
New Indonesia & India Restrictions

New Indonesia & India Restrictions

Two of the most populous nations in Asia, India and Indonesia, are increasing restrictions on personal movement as migrant workers in both nations try to return home and therefore raising the prospect of further spreading of the virus.
Monetary Authority of Singapore Eases Policy, Reduces Currency Band Slope to Zero

Monetary Authority of Singapore Eases Policy, Reduces Currency Band Slope to Zero

Selina Ling, head of treasury research and strategy for global treasury at OCBC Bank, discusses the moves by the Singapore Monetary Authority to ease policy and reduce the slope of its currency band to zero.
How Should the U.S. Combat the Coronavirus?

How Should the U.S. Combat the Coronavirus?

Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research at the University of Minnesota, talks about the U.S. government's response to the coronavirus outbreak. In an opinion piece he co-write for the New York Times, Osterholm dis...
Trump Says Extending Coronavirus Guidelines to April 30

Trump Says Extending Coronavirus Guidelines to April 30

President Donald Trump says his administration expects the peak of deaths in the U.S. coronavirus outbreak to be reached in about two weeks, and that he would extend guidelines for Americans to distance themselves from one another until April 30. ...
Stock Market Looking Forward To U.S. Stimulus Package, Says WealthWise Financial's Gilbert

Stock Market Looking Forward To U.S. Stimulus Package, Says WealthWise Financial's Gilbert

WealthWise Financial President, Loreen Gilbert, discusses the U.S. stimulus package and jobless claims.
Healthy Population Should Come Before Healthy Economy: Summers

Healthy Population Should Come Before Healthy Economy: Summers

Lawrence H. Summers, former U.S. Treasury Secretary, dismisses Lloyd Blankfein's tweet prioritizing the economy in the midst of a public health crisis and gives his take on the $2 trillion stimulus bill that recently passed through the House. He...
Trade Impact Is Worse Than 2008 Crisis, Says WTO Director General

Trade Impact Is Worse Than 2008 Crisis, Says WTO Director General

Roberto Azevedo, director-general of the World Trade Organization, discusses his view on the impact the COVID-19 crisis will have on trade and the global economy.
Steve Ballmer Talks Coronavirus, Data, Markets and More

Steve Ballmer Talks Coronavirus, Data, Markets and More

Former Microsoft Corp. Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, discusses his view on the effect the coronavirus will have on markets and Big Tech.
Trump Orders GM to Build Ventilators

Trump Orders GM to Build Ventilators

President Donald Trump invoked the Defense Production Act to order General Motors to make ventilators. Trump appointed White House trade adviser Peter Navarro to coordinate actions under the DPA. They both spoke at The White House.
Trump Signs Historic $2 Trillion Virus Relief Package Into Law

Trump Signs Historic $2 Trillion Virus Relief Package Into Law

President Donald Trump signed the largest stimulus package in U.S. history on Friday, a $2 trillion bill intended to rescue the coronavirus-battered economy.