Stocks tumbled Wednesday, hurt by downbeat economic news and concern over the surge in new coronavirus cases. The U.S. identified more than 35,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the highest single-day total since late April and the third-highest total of the entire pandemic. With new cases rising in more than 20 states, investors are coming to grips with the possibility that parts of the U.S. might need to go back under lockdown. In gloomy economic news, the International Monetary Fund...
CLEVELAND (WJW) — Pinzone’s Market Fresh Meats is leaving the West Side Market after 44 years of operation. Tony Pinzone, the owner of Pinzone’s, says he is consolidating the business and beginning July 4 will only be operating out of the organization’s Parma location. “After much soul-searching, this difficult decision was made to allow for [
A doc from Oscar-winner Steve McQueen and a VR experience about Banksy are two of the projects selected for this year’s Venice Film Festival Gap-Financing Market. The three-day event (September 4-6) is planning to take place in a physical form, as per the rest of the festival, despite the ongoing disruption from the coronavirus. McQueen’s [
In March 2020, COVID-19 began to ravage the United States, putting the nation into lockdown and skyrocketing unemployment.
Sharp gains from Boeing and Apple led the way for stocks while traders shrugged off recent coronavirus data.
Another increase in coronavirus cases and news of easier banking regulation left the market struggling for direction throughout Thursday's session.
India is TikTok's top market for new downloads, and parent-company ByteDance had forecast $1 billion in advertising revenue there this year. Now India's ban on Chinese apps has put TikTok's fate in jeopardy in one of the fastest-growing markets in the world. CNN's Sherisse Pham reports.