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· Croatian charity offers help as lives turn during outbreak →
Sometimes, Loparic said, a family would tumble into a crisis when one member lost a job.
· Hertz -12% after Carl Icahn exits stake →
Hertz Global Holdings (NYSE:HTZ) tumbles 12% on disclosing that Carl Icahn offload its entire stake of 55.34M common shares for significant loss at $0.72 on May 26.
· US stocks to end year around current levels as virus takes toll: Reuters poll →
The market has been on a tear in recent weeks, and stocks are up sharply from the March low of their coronavirus-fueled tumble, but the benchmark S&P 500 stock index is still down since the start of the year.
· Gov't urged to brace for virus-caused weaker growth, job losses →
South Korea's exports, the backbone of its growth, tumbled 24.3 percent on-year to US$36.9 billion in April, leading to the country's first trade deficit in 99 months.
· 'Move on' says British PM, as row over adviser Cummings persists →
However, opinion polls show that faith in Johnson has tumbled since the story broke on Friday, and some of his Conservative lawmakers have called for Cummings to go.
· 'Move on' - British PM tries to draw line under adviser row →
Opinion polls show that faith in Johnson has tumbled since the story broke on Friday in The Mirror and The Guardian newspapers, and some of his Conservative lawmakers have called for Cummings to go.
· “We are correcting the erasure of black lives”: What On the Record’s subjects say about Me Too →
For the first time, those barriers that had been in existence were tumbling, and the perpetrators didn’t even know what to do.
· Moderna rally loses steam over COVID-19 vaccine worries →
Moderna's shares tumbled over 16per cent on Tuesday after a report in medical news website Stat highlighted side effects in a volunteer taking part in a trial testing the company's vaccine.
· Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industry →
Air travel within the US tumbled 96 per cent by mid-April, to fewer than 100,000 people on some days.
· The demise of oil may have been greatly exaggerated →
Demand has collapsed and prices have tumbled, but there are reasons to believe the worst of these tremors have passed.