Finance

by | April 28, 2020 | 04:42

He acknowledge that many businesses are anxious there is not enough personal protective equipment , and that will affect how the economy is reopened. "The idea of sort of generating natural immunity is actually not something that". That theory follows the logic of a vaccination program. But Dr.

by | April 28, 2020 | 04:11

The limit is $847 a week, per worker. Payment can be retroactive to the middle of March, and end in early June - about one month after the first payments start flowing May 7. He said it's most likely recipients will have to repay the CERB if they are now benefitting from both programs. Business banking customers who are approved to receive Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy funds should enroll in direct deposit with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) through ScotiaOnLine, the Scotia Mobile app, ...

by | April 27, 2020 | 21:27

Ontario has also suspended time-of-use electricity rates for eligible small businesses, as well as residential and farm time-of-use customers, holding electricity prices to the off-peak rate of 10.1 cents-per-kilowatt-hour, for 24 hours per day, seven days a week for 45 days, for all time-of-use customers, who make up the majority of electricity consumers in the province.

by | April 27, 2020 | 20:37

Several readers told me that the system prevents them from entering their bank account information if they neither owed money for taxes nor received a refund in recent tax years. Paper checks are just beginning to be mailed, and reports say it could take up to 20 weeks for all payments to be issued. After temporarily shutting down the portal for three straight evenings , the IRS announced that it has made significant improvements to the online " Get My Payment " tool .

by | April 27, 2020 | 18:59

BRASILIA, April 26 ― Brazilian airplane manufacturer Embraer on Saturday accused USA giant Boeing of "wrongfully" terminating a US$4.2 billion (RM18.3 billion) acquisition deal and making " false claims " to get out of the agreement. Embraer believes it is owed $4.2 billion by Boeing, and it 'will pursue all remedies against Boeing for the damages incurred '. Brazil's industrial jewel had US$2.78 billion of cash, equivalents and financial investments at the end of the year, down from US$3.21 ...

by | April 27, 2020 | 16:53

The U.S. benchmark has lost more than 70% this year as the virus brought some of the world's biggest economies to a standstill, with losses exacerbated by a damaging price war between Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia. WTI for June delivery lost $2.56 to $14.38 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange as of 7:51 a.m. London time. Brent for June settlement lost 32 cents to $21.12 after falling 24% last week.

by | April 27, 2020 | 13:57

Raising the prices for package deliveries, the bright spot in USPS finances, could ease the Postal Service's financial woes - or it could push more package deliveries to FedEx, UPS, and Amazon's own delivery service, hurting USPS's bottom line.

by | April 27, 2020 | 11:05

A study conducted by AAA shows that gas prices around the country have reached an average of $1.80, while Wisconsin enjoys the lowest statewide average of $1.21 per gallon. Some stations In Concord on Wednesday were spotted offering regular far below the state average, under $2 per gallon. The cheapest gas prices in theSt.

by | April 27, 2020 | 09:55

Oil prices rose on Friday, but both the Brent and U.S. benchmarks were on track for their third straight week of losses as global production shutdowns failed to keep pace with the collapse in demand caused by the pandemic . West Texas Intermediate futures fell $1.22, or 7.2 percent, to $15.72 a barrel by 0122 GMT, while Brent crude was down 33 cents, or 1.5 percent, at $21.11 a barrel.

by | April 27, 2020 | 07:42

The remainder will be covered by the tenant, up to 25 per cent. Among the eligibility criteria, businesses have to demonstrate COVID-19 has contributed to at least a 70 per cent decline in revenue. Earlier this month, the government expanded the program to include all businesses that had a payroll in 2019 between $20,000 and $1.5-million. A World Health Organization brief issued Friday (in response to some ideas that antibodies developed inside people after fighting off COVID-19 could ...

by | April 27, 2020 | 05:41

It was not immediately clear why Stephenson moved up his retirement plan to mid-year rather than staying on until year-end. The 60-year-old executive will continue serving as executive chairman of the board of directors until January 2021 to ensure a seamless transition of leadership.

by | April 27, 2020 | 03:56

Of the 128 bed capacity, less than five cases have been confirmed among residents as well as less than five cases among employees. Information released on April 26, 2020. And at the end of the day, "we're better than this", he said. Stephen Lecce says the decision was based on advice from medical experts. "These people put themselves in harm's way to care for our sick and vulnerable citizens", said Premier Doug Ford.

by | April 27, 2020 | 01:16

Their statistics are compiled through immediate contact with long-term care facilities across the province. The provincial government announced a $4 per hour raise over the next four months for front-line workers who are helping fight COVID-19.

by | April 26, 2020 | 15:25

Oil prices rose on Friday, but both the Brent and U.S. benchmarks were on track for their third straight week of losses as global production shutdowns failed to keep pace with the collapse in demand caused by the pandemic . Continental Resources, the largest oil producer in North Dakota has halted most of its production in the U.S. state and notified some customers it would not supply crude, people familiar with the matter said.

by | April 26, 2020 | 14:27

While this sure sounds great, it is also worth highlighting here that unlike most other companies, Amazon's business is not suffering because of COVID-19. Workers rallied on March 30 and April 7 at JFK8 about working conditions at the Staten Island fulfillment center. Workers said there were more than a dozen workers who tested positive for coronavirus at JFK8 by April 7.

by | April 26, 2020 | 08:15

Canada Post's COVID-19 safety measures taken during the pandemic include physical distancing at its processing plants, which the company says its facilities were never created to handle. "Our top priority from the start has been to put safety first", concludes the release. Parcels being delivered during the COVID-19 pandemic are being done by what Canada Post is calling a "knock, drop and go" approach, to minimize contact between its delivery employees and clients.

by | April 26, 2020 | 07:12

West Texas Intermediate falling into negative territory to minus $37.63 a barrel on Monday, while Brent thudded to a two-decade low. The turn lower game despite some producers like Kuwait said they would move to cut output swiftly to try to counter the evaporation in global demand for fuels caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

by | April 25, 2020 | 12:28

And it really is tiny: with a 100.8 inch wheelbase and 164.6 inch length , it's several inches smaller than Toyota's smallest crossover offering in the US, the C-HR. The hybrid is offered with all-wheel drive system that uses a second electric motor to power the rear wheels. It's yet to confirm exactly how big the boot will be but says it has a "large trunk volume".

by | April 25, 2020 | 07:58

According to a release from the federal government , the program includes a moratorium on evictions and a "rent forgiveness agreement". "It would help dramatically", she said. His speech this morning included some positive words about reopening the country's businesses and getting life back to normal, while cautioning "it won't be as simple or as easy as flipping a switch".

by | April 25, 2020 | 06:39

If a worker hasn't had an employer over the past 18 months, they should mark that they haven't worked in any states when filling out the form, according to the department. Both new figures were the lowest increases since late March, but still several times higher than any pre-pandemic record. "It will be interesting to see what happens in the states that are re-opening parts of their economy from this weekend - Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina and Florida".

by | April 25, 2020 | 05:12

The politician said that he could not accept the present situation and regarded the dismissal of the police chief as a sign that the president wanted him out of his job. Breaking the confidentiality of federal police reports is illegal and, if proven, could provide grounds for Mr Bolsonaro's impeachment. Moro led the so-called "Car Wash" corruption investigation , one of the largest in the history of Latin America, and was instrumental in jailing former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva ...

by | April 25, 2020 | 03:23

Meanwhile, a Trump administration official told Fox News on Friday that the Small Business Administration could begin taking loan applications again next week through the Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses slammed by the coronavirus-related economic freeze.

by | April 25, 2020 | 01:25

Summary results published online said patients in China who took Gilead's remdesivir did not recover more quickly from severe cases of the disease caused by the coronavirus, nor did the drug prevent patient deaths, STAT News reported.

by | April 24, 2020 | 23:09

That shift in focus to enterprise applications will help the company make sure it can deliver Magic Leap 2 and expand its product-market fit and revenue generation. Regardless of its impact, Magic Leap carries outsized weight, leading one to question what would happen to other AR companies if the company's situation worsened.

by | April 24, 2020 | 20:24

Since mid-March, we have focused on expanding staff support, working longer hours, and partnering with private sector experts to add more technological capacity to our system. Texas has reopened its state parks. "We would assume jobless claims will fall back sharply here, but if consumers remain reluctant to go shopping or visit a restaurant due to lingering Covid-19 fears, then employment is not going to rebound quickly", said James Knightley, chief global economist at ING in NY.