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106104"Coronavirus Cases in US Surpass 100,000"3/27/2020 10:59:00 PM"The number of people infected with the Covid-19 in the United States surpassed 100,000 late Friday afternoon, with New York becoming the epicenter of the pandemic in the country and reporting more than 44,000 infections with hospitalizations. Meanwhile, President Trump signed a massive $2.2 trillion relief package aiming to support households and businesses hurt by the coronavirus crisis. Globally the count of people with the virus approached 600,000, with Italy reporting the second-most cases with more than 86,000 and China reporting more than 81,000. Italy has the most deaths with over 9,000, followed by Spain, China, Iran, France and the US."United StatesCoronavirus CasesUSCOVIDCT/united-states/coronavirus-cases
106099Dollar Posts Biggest Weekly Drop in Over a Decade3/27/2020 9:01:00 PM"The dollar index fell 0.9% to 98.4 against a basket of currencies on Friday as massive stimulus measures from central banks and governments across the globe helped to ease concerns about funding and liquidity. The House of Representatives approved a $2.2 trillion stimulus package to support businesses and activity hurt by the Covid-19 crisis. For the week, the dollar dropped nearly 4%, its biggest weekly decline since March 2009."United StatesCurrencyDXY/united-states/currency
106093"US Stocks Tank, Still Book Solid Weekly Gains"3/27/2020 8:05:00 PM"Wall Street closed deeply in the red on Friday, as coronavirus fears outweighed the long-awaited fiscal stimulus package cleared the House and headed to President Donald Trump, who scheduled a signing ceremony for 4PM ET. It includes direct money transfers, corporate aid and subnational resources to combat the rapidly-spreading Covid-19. According to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University, the US has now 1543 deaths and more than 100 thousand coronavirus cases, the most in the world. The Dow Jones tanked 915 points or 4.1% to 21,637. The S&P 500 retreated 89 points or 3.4% to 2542. The Nasdaq lost 295 points or 3.8% to 7502. Equities booked one of their best weeks since 1938, as fiscal and monetary relief buoyed sentiment. The Dow Jones surged 12.8%, the S&P 500 10.3%, and the Nasdaq 9%."United StatesStock MarketINDU/united-states/stock-market
106090US 10-Year Treasury Yield Flat after House Passes Stimulus Bill3/27/2020 6:17:00 PM"The yield on US 10-Year Treasury was little-changed at 0.74% on Friday, after the House of Representatives approved a $2.2 trillion aid package to support households and businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic. The rescue package is the largest fiscal relief measure ever, and is now expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trump. On Thursday, the US surpassed China as the country with the most Covid-19 confirmed cases."United StatesGovernment Bond 10YUSGG10YR/united-states/government-bond-yield
106089US Stocks Rally Pauses3/27/2020 5:44:16 PM"Wall Street traded lower on Friday, ending a 3-day rally as investors remain very concerned about the economic impact of the coronavirus and wonder if announced stimulus measures will be enough to offset it. The number of coronavirus infections continues to increase and the US now has more cases than China. Stocks erased some earlier losses after the House passed the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package."United StatesStock MarketINDU/united-states/stock-market