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· Viral marketing: Indonesia’s president has a new rival →
The governor of Jakarta is often in the news, which will help Mr Anies build a national profile.
The New York Times
· Is It Safe to Go to a Pool During Coronavirus? →
Economists had forecast the unemployment rate to increase to as much as 20 percent, after it hit 14.7 percent in April, which was the highest since the government began keeping official statistics after World War II.
The New York Times
· Appeals Court Blocks White House From Suspending Reporter’s Press Pass →
Three weeks later, Mr. Trump’s press secretary at the time, Stephanie Grisham, informed Mr. Karem that the White House was suspending his press credential — which lets reporters who regularly cover the White House to quickly get on the grounds of the compound — because he had caused a disruption and violated basic standards of professional behavior.
· Marriott ceases Cuban operations after new Trump sanctions →
In the latest move on Wednesday, the US State Department added seven Cuban companies and hotels to its list of sanctioned entities, including the financial company Fincimex, which makes money from remittances sent to Cuba, notably though Western Union.
· Trump declares America back after good jobs report →
Trump clearly didn't want to mar the good news on jobs, which he hopes will provide a path to regaining his once seemingly solid march toward a second term in November.
· ‘Say her name’: Breonna Taylor and the underreported scourge of police violence against black women →
The officers behind the raid, Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove, are currently on administrative leave pending the results of an investigation, which is being aided by the FBI.
· SLV: Silver To Shine During Inflationary Equity Bear Market →
The U.S. economy is transitioning from deflation to stagflation which should see the SP500 fall while commodities and precious metals rally as has typically been the case.
· CDC director advises protesters get tested for coronavirus: 'I do think there is a potential for this to be a seeding event' →
In an exchange with Representative Mark Pocan, Dr Redfield noted that use of such agents can cause people to cough, which is recognised as one of the most effective ways of spreading the highly infectious disease.
· Egypt agrees on $5.2 bn aid package: IMF →
The IMF board must still approve the financing from the fund's Rapid Financing Instrument (RFI), which allows nations to circumvent the lengthy negotiations usually needed to secure a full economic assistance program -- time most countries do not have as they struggle to cope with the coronavirus crisis.
· Unemployment Better Than Expected, But Bankruptcies Are Still To Come →
This measure actually rose by 0.6 percent in May, but now stands at 60.8 percent of the work force, which is substantially below the 63.2 percent average for the first three months of this year.