More coal mine closures, bankruptcies to come as demand drops during coronavirus pandemic: Moody’s

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Moody’s Investor Services expects further closures and bankruptcies within the US coal industry as demand declines significantly and environmental, social and governance concerns becomes stronger, the ratings agency Thursday. “The combination of weak power fundamentals, challenging capital market conditions, and increasing concern about ESG will likely push a significant amount of coal capacity into bankruptcies… Read More

President Cuomo? Liberals Fantasize About Biden Replacement

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As the left grapples with a presidential candidate who has difficulty completing full sentences and was just slapped with a sexual assault allegation that the staunch feminists in the #MeToo movement have chosen to ignore – New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has emerged as a fantasy pick to supplant Joe Biden and beat President Trump… Read More

Coronavirus in Russia: The Latest News | March 30

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As the new coronavirus that has killed more than 33,000 people continues to spread around the world, Russia has stepped up its measures to tackle the pandemic and prevent its spread within the country. There have been 1,836 cases of coronavirus infections reported in Russia so far and nine deaths. MT The number of confirmed coronavirus cases… Read More

"The Plannedemic"?

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Authored by Ben Garrison A PLAN YOU CAN’T TRUST! For the past decade, Bill gates has been warning us about an inevitable pandemic. Conditioning us. Getting us used to the idea. Last year, he even held a summit on the matter and ran computer simulations to predict outcomes. Why did a former computer nerd and… Read More

UPDATE 2-Tegna says coronavirus outbreak weighs on sale talks

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(Reuters) – Tegna Inc (TGNA.N) said on Sunday that two potential acquirers had ended deal discussions with the U.S. regional TV station operator following the “market dislocation” fueled by the global coronavirus outbreak. The two parties that informed Tegna they would no longer engage in negotiations were peer Gray Television Inc (RTN.N) and private equity… Read More

Moscow Orders Citywide Quarantine Starting March 30

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Moscow will enact an indefinite citywide quarantine starting Monday, Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said as the city’s number of coronavirus cases surpassed 1,000 over the weekend. The self-isolation order will apply to all residents regardless of age. According to the decree, Moscow residents will only be allowed to leave their homes for: Emergency medical care; Traveling… Read More

Bracing for the worst from U.S. earnings in a pandemic

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By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK, March 29 (Reuters) – Investors are desperate for clarity on U.S. corporate profits as the coronavirus pandemic has forced them to lower expectations ahead of the first-quarter reporting period starting in mid-April. U.S. companies increasingly are withdrawing guidance while warning of the outbreak’s steep toll on operations. Twitter Inc last… Read More

Moscow Mayor Says Coronavirus Outbreak Has Entered New Phase

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Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on Sunday that the coronavirus outbreak had entered a new phase as the total number of cases in the Russian capital exceeded 1,000 with many Muscovites going out despite a plea to stay home. Authorities in Moscow, Russia‘s worst-affected area, shut shops and entertainment venues from Saturday and urged Muscovites to stay… Read More

Russia to Close Borders to Curb Coronavirus

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Russia will close all border crossings on March 30, the government said on Saturday, tightening restrictions after the country reported its biggest one-day rise in new coronavirus cases. The authorities said they so far had recorded 1,264 confirmed cases, an increase of 228 in 24 hours, and ordered that all vehicle, rail and pedestrian checkpoints,… Read More