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Investors poured $23.6bn into fixed-income funds over the week ending Wednesday, the biggest weekly intake since 2001, as coronavirus raised fears of a global growth slowdown

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NEW—A study of almost 1000 European cities published in @TheLancetPlanet  estimates reducing air pollution to @WHO  recommended levels could prevent 51,213 premature deaths per year for PM2.5 exposure and 900 for NO2. Read the full article here:

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#Italy 10y risk spread over Germany drops to 1.09% as govt collapse was averted in Italy w/Conte survived the crucial confidence vote in the Senate.

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How tragic that it took loss of 400,000 American lives before there was a memorial to mourn for them as a nation. Thank you @JoeBiden  @KamalaHarris 

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He was exposed. An incredible deficient loser with mendacious at criminal tendencies. A man with no regard for his fellow men and women. Good riddance.

Donald Trump has granted clemency to Steve Bannon, his former White House strategist, as part of a sweeping set of pardons

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$MU Micron Technology, Inc. - Top stock up 148% from low. Close: 85.50 VolvsAvg: 1.05 Liq: $2170M

On the first day of his mandate, I address a solemn proposal to President@JoeBiden : Let's build a new #EU  #US  founding pact. 🇪🇺 US For a stronger Europe. For a stronger America. For a better world. #EPlenary 

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Stocks on Wall Street closed higher following Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen’s push for a sizable fiscal relief package to help the world's largest economy. Read more

The police has the "authority" to deal with the issue pertaining to the proposed tractor march in Delhi on the Republic Day, said a bench comprising Chief Justice S A Bobde and Justices A S Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian.

Alibaba founder Jack Ma appears in public for first time in months

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