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1 - U.S. Navy relieves aircraft carrier commander who wrote letter urging coronavirus action
2 - Google releases location data to show if coronavirus lockdowns working in 131 countries
3 - Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world
4 - Oil falls on scepticism over Trump's Saudi-Russia output deal
5 - Trump touts 'great' Saudi-Russia oil deal to halt price rout, but details unclear
6 - Fed's dilemma: Picking winners for $4 trillion in credit
7 - Volunteer disinfectant sprayers help Wuhan prepare for a return to work
8 - Ecuador builds 'special camp' for coronavirus victims as bodies lie in homes
9 - Coronavirus likely ended record U.S. job growth in March
10 - Australia closes internal borders to capitalise on fall in new coronavirus cases
11 - Australia says true coronavirus infections could be as high as 10 million cases
12 - Airline industry braces for lengthy recovery from coronavirus crisis
13 - Petrobras says talks among Russia, Saudi Arabia, U.S. 'irrelevant' for oil prices
14 - Oil, shares slip on doubts over Saudi-Russia deal
15 - Americans urged to wear masks outside as coronavirus pandemic worsens
16 - Australia's health system capable of managing coronavirus pandemic: prime minister
17 - Do social distancing better, White House doctor tells Americans. Trump objects
18 - Two cruise ships dock in Florida after coronavirus ordeal
19 - Trump says 3M 'will have a big price to pay' over face masks
20 - Biden: Trump administration showed 'poor judgment' in removing warship commander
1 - U.S. Navy relieves aircraft carrier commander who wrote letter urging coronavirus action

The U.S. Navy relieved the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt's captain of his command on Thursday, punishing him for the leak of a scathing letter he sent to superiors that sought stronger measures for curbing a coronavirus outbreak aboard the ship.

4/3/2020 1:38:31 AM

2 - Google releases location data to show if coronavirus lockdowns working in 131 countries

Alphabet Inc's Google on Thursday published reports for 131 countries showing whether visits to shops, parks and workplaces dropped in March, when many governments issued stay-at-home orders to rein the spread of the novel coronavirus.

4/3/2020 1:21:43 AM

3 - Latest on the spread of the coronavirus around the world

The U.S. economy likely shed jobs in March, abruptly ending a historic 113 straight months of employment growth as stringent measures to control the coronavirus shuttered businesses and factories, confirming a recession is underway.

4/3/2020 12:37:37 AM

4 - Oil falls on scepticism over Trump's Saudi-Russia output deal

Oil prices fell on Friday, coming off their biggest one-day gains in the previous session, after U.S. President Donald Trump said he had brokered a deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia to cut output, but made no offer to reduce U.S. production.

4/3/2020 12:34:26 AM

5 - Trump touts 'great' Saudi-Russia oil deal to halt price rout, but details unclear

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday he had brokered a deal with top crude producers Russia and Saudi Arabia to cut output and arrest an oil price rout amid the global coronavirus pandemic, though details of how cuts would work were unclear.

4/3/2020 12:33:56 AM

6 - Fed's dilemma: Picking winners for $4 trillion in credit

When the Federal Reserve polled Wall Street about financial stability risks last fall, "global pandemic" didn't make the list.

4/3/2020 12:28:39 AM

7 - Volunteer disinfectant sprayers help Wuhan prepare for a return to work

Volunteers in hazmat suits have been spraying Wuhan with disinfectant to help the Chinese city where the coronavirus first took hold get back to work as the number of new cases in China drops.

4/3/2020 12:20:24 AM

8 - Ecuador builds 'special camp' for coronavirus victims as bodies lie in homes

Ecuador's government said on Thursday it was building a "special camp" for coronavirus victims in the country's largest city of Guayaquil, where an outbreak has killed over 80 people, with many bodies left at home for days.

4/3/2020 12:19:23 AM

9 - Coronavirus likely ended record U.S. job growth in March

The U.S. economy likely shed jobs in March, abruptly ending a historic 113 straight months of employment growth as stringent measures to control the coronavirus pandemic shuttered businesses and factories, confirming a recession is underway.

4/3/2020 12:14:55 AM

10 - Australia closes internal borders to capitalise on fall in new coronavirus cases

Australian officials closed internal borders on Friday and warned people to stay home over the upcoming Easter holiday as the country seeks to capitalise on a further fall in the rate of new coronavirus cases.

4/3/2020 12:12:57 AM

11 - Australia says true coronavirus infections could be as high as 10 million cases

As many as 10 million people globally may have been infected by the new coronavirus, Australia's chief medical officer said on Friday, with the under-reporting due to a lack of testing in some countries for the highly contagious respiratory disease.

4/3/2020 12:12:57 AM

12 - Airline industry braces for lengthy recovery from coronavirus crisis

International seat capacity has dropped by almost 80% from a year ago and half the world's airplanes are in storage, new data shows, suggesting the aviation industry may take years to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.

4/2/2020 11:46:56 PM

13 - Petrobras says talks among Russia, Saudi Arabia, U.S. 'irrelevant' for oil prices

Recent negotiations involving leaders from major oil-producing nations and the United States will prove irrelevant for oil prices, which are low because of depressed demand, the chief executive of Brazil's Petrobras said on Thursday evening.

4/2/2020 11:46:08 PM

14 - Oil, shares slip on doubts over Saudi-Russia deal

Oil prices retreated on Friday after massive gains, while stocks in Asia edged down, as doubts grew over an oil price deal between Saudi Arabia and Russia that U.S. President Donald Trump said he had brokered.

4/2/2020 11:11:56 PM

15 - Americans urged to wear masks outside as coronavirus pandemic worsens

The Trump administration on Thursday looked set to join local officials in advising Americans to wear masks when venturing out during the still-exploding coronavirus pandemic, as the U.S. death toll rose by 1,000 in a single day for the first time.

4/2/2020 11:08:24 PM

16 - Australia's health system capable of managing coronavirus pandemic: prime minister

Australia's healthcare system should be able to cope with the coronavirus pandemic based on its current trajectory, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday.

4/2/2020 10:40:23 PM

17 - Do social distancing better, White House doctor tells Americans. Trump objects

Dr. Deborah Birx, the coordinator of the White House task force on the coronavirus, had a message for Americans on Thursday: do better at social distancing. President Donald Trump didn't like the message.

4/2/2020 10:21:10 PM

18 - Two cruise ships dock in Florida after coronavirus ordeal

An ocean liner forced by a deadly onboard coronavirus outbreak to languish at sea since mid-March pulled into a South Florida port on Thursday, after authorities settled plans for the vessel and its sister ship to dock and most passengers to come ashore.

4/2/2020 10:02:23 PM

19 - Trump says 3M 'will have a big price to pay' over face masks

President Donald Trump slammed 3M Co in a tweet late on Thursday after earlier announcing he was invoking the Defense Production Act to get the company to produce face masks.

4/2/2020 9:45:57 PM

20 - Biden: Trump administration showed 'poor judgment' in removing warship commander

Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden said on Thursday that the Trump administration showed "poor judgment" in relieving the commander of an aircraft carrier who sought stronger measures to control a coronavirus outbreak onboard.

4/2/2020 9:22:25 PM


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