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On Thursday, leaders of G20 major economies pledged to pump more than $ 5 trillion into the global economy to reduce job losses and income from the Coronavirus and do whatever was
Global oil prices fell with the opening of the weekly trading with the control of a state of fears for investors
The US Fed cut interest yesterday in an emergency meeting for the second time in less than two weeks
U.S. President Donald Trump imposed strict 30-day travel restrictions from Europe, in response to mounting pressure to take action against the spread of the fast-growing Coronavirus that disrupts almost all corners of the daily life of the United States.
Bank of Japan Governor Kuroda indicated that financial market movements are being discussed with the government and Prime Minister Abe.
Christine Lagarde said Europe risks a major economic shock similar to the financial crisis unless leaders act urgently on the Coronavirus and indicated that the ECB will take steps as soon as this week.
The Japanese government is considering a possible emergency economic measures in April to help households and businesses deal with the coronavirus outbreak, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Wednesday.
BOE announced in an emergency meeting that it would cut interest by 50 basis points from 0.75% to 0.25%
Iraq oil ministry said today that they are in touch with OPEC+ members to discuss ways to stop prices collapse and added that the flooding markets not in favor with producing countries.
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