2020-10-22 21:44:00| Fool.com Headlines
Earnings helped push key companies listed on the Nasdaq higher.
2020-10-22 15:05:20| Mondaq.Com
The Sacramento Board of Supervisors has joined many other California locales, including Los Angeles City and County, San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose, in requiring employers to provide covid-related paid sick leave.
2020-10-22 09:55:31| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial newsLatest: FTSE 100 has fallen to lowest point since mid-MayIAG to cut capacity to 30% in Q4Introduction: Markets worried by Covid-19 cases and lack of US stimulus 8.55am BST The FTSE 100 has now fallen by almost 5% over the last five weeks, as fears of a second wave of Covid-19 cases have risen.As the chart below shows, it fell sharply back on September 21. That was the day that the UKs Covid-19 alert level was raised, and the governments chief scientific and medical advisers warned that the country had turned a corner for the worse. 8.39am BST Theres a rather gloomy mood in the City today, as investors watch the FTSE 100 fall to levels not seen since the UK economy was emerging from lockdown.Fiona Cincotta of City Index points out that the economic pain of the pandemic is rising, as new restrictions are imposed.Covid cases in the UK and across Europe continue to surge. More areas of the UK are moving into the strictest Tier 3 lockdown, in a move to stem the spread of the virus but will also derail the fragile economic recovery of those areas and potentially the UK as a whole.The tighter restrictions come as the FCA warns that around 12 million Britains are likely to struggle with bills and in repayments as the covid pandemic continues. With the pandemic firmly in everybodys life again and the major macro event of the year just weeks away from its final decision, markets will probably trend more volatile and tack in a defensive manner.FTSE down in a new 5-month low. Watch descending channel for potential support down below pic.twitter.com/7Wpgl9TOWgAt 8.05am - FTSE 100 - 5,742.72 33.78 (-0.58%) - IAG down 4.95% at 95.48p - Unilever +0.64% - The mood is turgid - Covid19, global debt, US stimulus package delayed, earnings mixed and market has "a monkey on its back!" Continue reading...
2020-10-21 13:41:00| The Economic Times
Continuing with his tirade against Kumar, the LJP president charged the chief minister with having "anti-youth" thinking and promoting casteism and communalism on the basis of which "development can't be imagined."
2020-10-21 06:19:41| The Economic Times
"Earthquake of Magnitude 4.2, Occurred on October 21, 2020, 01:25:42 IST, Lat: 27.43 & Long: 96.56, Depth: 15 Km, Location: 35km SSW of Changlang, Arunachal Pradesh," the NCS' tweet read.