Monthly Archives : March 2020

Pimco feels central bank out of policies in the event of a recession

Pimco feels central bank out of policies in the event of a recession The timeline for the recession of United States has been pushed out though the experts at the giant Pimco have been saying that the synchronized easing of the monetary policy by the central banks globally are an important force for the stabilization…Continue Reading…

Taiwan confirms its first death, American cruise ship passenger tests positive in Malaysia

Taiwanese wellbeing specialists reported the main passing from the coronavirus on the island on Sunday. The expired was a man in his 60s who had not voyage abroad and had hepatitis B and diabetes, Taiwan’s Health Minister Chen Shih-chung told media. Taiwan has 20 affirmed instances of the infection. Italy will clear 35 Italian residents…Continue Reading…

Parasite’ hauls in $8.8 million at the box office after historic Oscar win

After the  commendable best picture award at the Oscars “Parasite” had an excellent week in the cinematic world. The South Korean film took in $8.8 million worth of ticket deals, 20% of its all out North American take, in the six days subsequent to winning four Academy Awards. Until this point in time, the film…Continue Reading…

WHO Chief Warns About Coronavirus Cases Outside China

The World Health authorities said Thursday that the new coronavirus has not yet spread broadly around the globe, however underscored that the infection could break out all inclusive whenever. There are currently 74,675 instances of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in China, Tedros stated, remembering 2,121 passing for the nation. Outside of China, Tedros said there…Continue Reading…

G20 Officials Call For Unified Action To Tax Leading Tech Companies

G20 officials on Saturday called for leading global economies to join hands and fight against “tax optimization” practiced by leading tech companies to lower the amount they have to pay in taxes. The Organisation for Economic Corporation and Development (OECD) has proposed a new taxation system fo leading tech companies like Facebook, Amazon, and Google,…Continue Reading…

Dallas Federal Reserve president to see cut in oil and gas capital spending

The Federal Reserve of Dallas which has Permian basin in their economic region has been expecting the sector of oil and gas to cut their spending on capital by 10-15% in the year 2020. Rob Kaplan who is the president of the district has said that this decline in the production growth of oil is…Continue Reading…