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Stricter “Mask Order” From Multiple European Countries

According to Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao on January 24, many European countries have forced people to abandon cloth masks and switch to surgical masks, hoping to slow down the spread of the...

Global Grain and Oil Prices Rise By About 20%, Hitting A Six-year High

According to the Spanish newspaper on January 16, the consequences of the new crown virus crisis are not only public health disasters and huge economic losses. People now spend more to...

The 8th National Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea Opened

According to the KCNA report on the 6th, the 8th Congress of the Workers’ Party of Korea opened in Pyongyang on the 5th. Kim Jong-un, Chairman of the Workers’ Party of...

The UN Passed 2021 Budget at 167:2 Disregarding US’s Opposition

According to the UN Headquarters of the Associated Press, the member states of the UN passed the annual budget of $3.2 billion despite the opposition of the US and Israel ....

British Ministry of Trade: Britain will sign a free trade agreement with Turkey

According to Reuters, the British Ministry of Trade stated that the UK and Turkey are scheduled to sign an agreement on the 29th to expand the trade arrangement between the two...

The survey shows that online shopping in the U.S on the “Black Friday” may...

With the continuous increase in the number of new crown cases in the United States, consumers are increasingly worried about shopping in physical stores. This year's "Black Friday" online shoppers may...

Morgan Stanley looks forward to 2021: global economic recovery, overweight stocks and...

In an outlook report for 2021, Morgan Stanley (Morgan Stanley) strategists predicted that the global economy will achieve a V-shaped recovery, coupled with a brighter outlook for the new crown virus...

The Fed Vice Chairman: FOMC is still paying attention to asset purchases

In his speech on the central bank’s new policy framework released on Monday by the Fed’s vice chairman Richard Clarida, there was no hint as to whether he would support changing...

Key hearing on Detroit’s historic bankruptcy begins in U.S. court

DETROIT (Reuters) - Detroit will not recover, and it may not survive as a major city if its debts are not significantly reduced during bankruptcy, a city attorney told a federal...

Swiss watchdog investigates Espirito Santo private bank

ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland’s financial regulator said on Wednesday it is investigating Banque Privee Espirito Santo SA (BPES), a Swiss private bank which is part of the Espirito Santo family’s troubled...