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INDONESIA BOOSTS FINANCIAL CRISIS PLANS TO COPE WITH CORONAVIRUS

Indonesia has bolstered its procedures to prevent a financial crisis during the coronavirus outbreak, the finance minister has said, flagging a worst-case scenario of an economic contraction this year and the rupiah currency hitting a record low.

DOW HAS SPIKED NEARLY 4000 POINTS IN A WEEK

The Dow has skyrocketed 3,736 points, or 20%, over the past week. The stunning rally is raising hopes that the devastating coronavirus bear market may already be over, or at least that the lows of the crisis have been put in.

COVID-19 WILL COST AT LEAST $7 TRILLION

Covid-19 is expected to cost more than $7 trillion globally as countries try to make up for the damage done. The United States, Europe, Japan, China and India are unleashing trillions of dollars in government spending and newly created money as they desperately attempt to keep the global economy from sinking into depression.

CORONAVIRUS RELIEF BY CRYPTOCURRENCY AID PROGRAMS

Cryptocurrencies are being used to help fight the global coronavirus pandemic.

HOW ABOUT ATTENDING A VIRTUAL CRYPTO CONFERENCE?

As the coronavirus pandemic escalates major conferences get postponed, canceled or hastily reformatted for the virtual realm. Here are four virtual crypto events you can attend.

INSTAGRAM IS MANAGED IN A GARAGE!

Are you working from home? Well you are not the only one. Instagram’s CEO Adam Mosseri admits "I don't normally work from my garage".

$2 TRILLION STIMULUS PLAN BY US SENATE & WHITEHOUSE

US Congress and the White House agree to plan to protect economy from coronavirus containment measures.

COUNTRIES LOCK DOWN STOCKS, OIL PRICES AND GOLD TUMBLE AGAIN

As more countries lock down, global economy is diving deeper into losses.

EUROPEAN SHARES SINK AGAIN

European shares were stuck near seven-year lows on Monday after several countries expanded measures to curtail the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, with Italy banning even domestic travel as the number of fatalities there topped 5,400.

INSURANCE EXPECTED TO RISE

As the pandemic of COVID – 19 has brought the world to its knees, companies are now racing to buy protection against the next outbreak, insurance experts say.

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