How lawmaker ties helped shape Fed chairman’s COVID-19 response

How lawmaker ties helped shape Fed chairman’s COVID-19 response

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s deep ties with lawmakers are paying off as the central bank deploys trillions of dollars…

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Women suffering steeper job losses in COVID-19 economy

Women suffering steeper job losses in COVID-19 economy

The economic devastation caused by the coronavirus has hit women particularly hard, a contrast to the 2009 downturn that was…

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Overwhelming majority of publicly traded firms have not returned small-business loans: review

Overwhelming majority of publicly traded firms have not returned small-business loans: review

More than 80 percent of public companies that received loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) have kept the money,…

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Senate Republicans call on DOJ to investigate Planned Parenthood loans

Senate Republicans call on DOJ to investigate Planned Parenthood loans

Senate Republicans are calling on the Justice Department to investigate Planned Parenthood centers over loans they received under the coronavirus…

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Hertz files for bankruptcy amid drop in demand

Hertz files for bankruptcy amid drop in demand

Hertz filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy amid rising debt and a sharp drop in demand for rental cars during the coronavirus…

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Senate leaves for break without passing Paycheck Protection Program fix

Senate leaves for break without passing Paycheck Protection Program fix

The Senate left for a weeklong Memorial Day recess without passing bipartisan legislation to make fixes to the Paycheck Protection…

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Fed chair: US economy will rebound from coronavirus, but not by end of 2020

Fed chair: US economy will rebound from coronavirus, but not by end of 2020

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said in a Sunday interview that the U.S. economy is unlikely to return to its…

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