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Beijing outlined its goal for more economic independence this week as the Chinese Communist Party's Central Committee put together its latest Five-Year Plan
The Fed announced it would issue loans as low as $100,000 and reduce the fees for the loans of its Main Street Lending Program. Previously the minimum amount it would lend was $250,000.
Following record GDP growth in the third quarter, Europe risks being tipped straight back into recession as sweeping restrictions aimed at curbing a second wave of coronavirus bring a rapid end to its fragile recovery.
Stocks are on pace to record one of their worst weeks of the year: All three indexes are in the red and on track for their worst performance since March, when the market tumbled under the first wave of coronavirus infections and lockdowns.
A stronger dollar would be great for U.S. consumers, but less so for Corporate America
The Nevada company that hosted an indoor campaign rally for President Trump attended by thousands of people will face a fine of $3,000 for violating state coronavirus guidelines banning large gatherings