United States · 4:22 AM UTCU.S. economy likely created nearly a million jobs in April
U.S. employers likely hired nearly a million workers in April as they rushed to meet a surge in demand, unleashed by the reopening of the economy amid rapidly improving public health and massive financial help from the government.
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AmericasLatest COVID-19 wave less damaging for emerging market stocks
Huge COVID-19 outbreaks in India, Brazil and Turkey have put developing economies at the epicentre of the pandemic, but their reluctance to fully lock down combined with hopes of vaccine progress globally appear to be desensitizing markets.