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Despite lower claim rates, car insurance likely won't reward homebound drivers during or after the pandemic

Despite lower claim rates, car insurance likely won't reward homebound drivers during or after the pandemic

58 minutes ago   |   Business Insider   |   4 articles

Summary List Placement The current COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in some millions of US jobs lost, sending shockwaves through the economy. It's touched all aspects of life...
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Emerging and Frontier Markets: Policy Tools in Times of Financial Stress

Emerging and Frontier Markets: Policy Tools in Times of Financial Stress

10 hours ago   |   iMF Direct

By Dimitris Drakopoulos , Rohit Goel , Fabio Natalucci , and Evan Papageorgiou عربي , 中文 , Español , Français After the unprecedented hit to economic activity in emerging...
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Will FDA Heed Its Outside Experts' Advice On COVID-19 Vaccines?

Will FDA Heed Its Outside Experts' Advice On COVID-19 Vaccines?

13 hours ago   |   NPR

A panel of doctor and scientists raised questions about the expedited regulatory path the Food and Drug Administration is considering for COVID-19 vaccines. (Image credit...
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AM Best Downgrades Credit Ratings of American Sentinel Insurance Co; Maintains Under Review With Developing Implications Status

15 hours ago   |   A.M. Best

AM Best has downgraded the Financial Strength Rating to B+ from B++ and the Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating to “bbb-” from “bbb” of American Sentinel Insurance Company (American ...
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AIG Reaches Settlement With US Attorney's New York Office on $400 Million Tax Credit Issue

15 hours ago   |   A.M. Best   |   2 articles

The acting U.S. attorney in Manhattan announced the settlement of a tax shelter lawsuit involving American International Group Inc. in which AIG agreed to disallow more than...
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Intel, American Express fall; Mattel, Boston Beer rise

16 hours ago   |   Chron   |   2 articles

NEW YORK - Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Friday: Gilead Sciences Inc., up 12 cents to $60.79. Regulators approved the company's antiviral medication...
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Line of Credit vs. Credit Card: Which Is Best for Your Business?

17 hours ago   |   Business

Borrowing money is emergencies arise and opportunities pop up, and both require quick access to cash. For many small business owners, it's a toss-up between taking out a line...
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Agent drops ‘mutiny' lawsuit against Compass, team member hits back

18 hours ago   |   Inman

Jill Schwartz's lawsuit against former team members is ongoing. One has countersued, alleging Schwartz defamed her and falsely took credit for her listings.
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AmEx profits plunge as travel spending comes to a standstill

20 hours ago   |   Chron

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - American Express' fourth-quarter profits dropped by 39%, the credit card giant said Friday, as the pandemic's deep impacts on travel, entertainment and dining...
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Morning News: October 23, 2020

20 hours ago   |   Crossing Wall Street   |   2 articles

Peak Gas Is Coming to the U.S. Sooner Than Anyone Expected A Chasm Deepens in America's Credit Markets, Swallowing Smaller Firms People Fear a Market Crash More Than They Have...
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Fauci suggested a face mask mandate and warned that the general public might...

Fauci suggested a face mask mandate and warned that the general public might not get a COVID-19 vaccine until mid-2021

Summary List Placement Top US infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci has suggested that it might be time for face coverings to be made mandatory. In an interview with CNN... Read more ...

An investing shop overseeing $476 billion analyzed 650 stocks to fine-tune...

An investing shop overseeing $476 billion analyzed 650 stocks to fine-tune its election strategy. The firm's experts break down the trades to make around a Biden win - and explains how investors can keep portfolios safe

Summary List Placement With the November election less than two weeks away, investors should brace themselves for a bumpy ride. In fact, the market this year has already... Read more ...

Most of world's chocolate comes from labor of 1.5 MILLION children, some as...

Most of world's chocolate comes from labor of 1.5 MILLION children, some as young as FIVE - study

A new study from the University of Chicago has revealed a rise in child labor in global cocoa production despite pledges by international companies to stop using cocoa... Read more ...

Atlanta executive David Boehmig talks of his Marble Hill Lodge second home

Atlanta executive David Boehmig talks of his Marble Hill Lodge second home

Atlanta executive David Boehmig explains how he created his own oases within his vacation home. Read more ...

Bank of America says these are the 22 European value stocks to own - and 6...

Bank of America says these are the 22 European value stocks to own - and 6 traps to avoid - given the 10% upside potential for value stocks by early next year

Summary List Placement Value stocks have had their worst year since 1992, falling by 38% adjusting for sector bias, according to Bank of America quant strategists in a research... Read more ...

PG&E may cut power to over 1 million people in California

PG&E may cut power to over 1 million people in California

SAN FRANCISCO - Pacific Gas & Electric may cut power to over 1 million people on Sunday to prevent the chance of sparking wildfires as extreme fire weather returns to the... Read more ...

U.S. Sees Second-Highest COVID-19 Single-Day Spike On Record

U.S. Sees Second-Highest COVID-19 Single-Day Spike On Record

With 76,195 new COVID cases on Thursday, the U.S. approached its one-day record high of 77,299 cases set on July 16. Read more ...

Asia Today: Sri Lanka closes harbors after 609 test positive

Asia Today: Sri Lanka closes harbors after 609 test positive

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Authorities in Sri Lanka on Saturday closed at least two fishery harbors and many stalls after a surge of 609 cases linked to the country's main fish market. Read more ...

AstraZeneca, J&J resuming US tests of COVID-19 vaccines

AstraZeneca, J&J resuming US tests of COVID-19 vaccines

Two drugmakers announced Friday the resumption of U.S. testing of their COVID-19 vaccine candidates. Read more ...

October 23 COVID-19 Test Results

October 23 COVID-19 Test Results

The US is now mostly reporting 700 thousand to 1 million tests per day. Based on the experience of other countries, the percent positive needs to be well under 5% to really... Read more ...