The historic deal was agreed on by all OPEC and non-OPEC producers participating in the conference, with the exception of Mexico.
An early morning explosion rocked Valero Energy Corp's 125,000 barrel-per-day Meraux, Louisiana, refinery on the east side of New Orleans.
The Departments of Justice along with other federal agencies including the State Department, want the FCC to revoke China Telecom's license to carry out international telecommunications services to and from the U.S.
Even though infection numbers have declined sharply from the peak in China, analysts warned that consumers are still cautious about going outside and so quick deliveries could be a way to reach them.
Taiwan responded angrily to the WHO director general's assertion that "racist slurs" against him had originated in Taiwan, and demanded he apologize.
Huawei, caught in the crossfire of a larger U.S.-China trade and technology battle, has given masks to a number of countries around the world.
The global coronavirus pandemic is propelling more money and government support for public health in China.
"Now, we just need to nail down that public-health side of the equation," the "Mad Money" host said.
President Donald Trump said on Thursday that airlines could receive details this weekend about the terms of a $32 billion payroll grant to offset the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, which sources told Reuters has received around 275 applicants.
China's National Health Commission (NHC) said there were 42 new confirmed cases as of April 9, of which 38 were attributed to travelers coming from overseas.
"This is an era of entrepreneurship like none we've ever seen before because of the challenge to small businesses," the House speaker told CNBC.
Markets in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore and India are closed for the Good Friday holiday.