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- Apr 7: Exclusive: U.S. grants GE license to sell engines for China's new airplane
- Apr 7: Wall Street jumps at open on coronavirus slowdown hopes
- Apr 7: Online meal delivery firms knocked off course by coronavirus crisis
- Apr 7: Big OPEC+ oil output cuts depend on U.S., others joining: sources
- Apr 7: U.S. finalizes minimum service rules for airlines receiving assistance
- Apr 7: Millions of aviation jobs at risk, airlines beg for govt support: IATA
- Apr 7: Airlines cannot afford to refund cancelled tickets: IATA
- Apr 7: Last but not least: Exxon chops spending by 30%
- Apr 7: U.S. SEC's Clayton says companies seeking bailouts must disclose plans, communicate with investors
- Apr 7: Cineworld suspends dividend, defers pay to cushion virus hit; shares soar
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- Apr 7: The Tell: Individual investors have $1.5 trillion of cash on the sidelines, J.P. Morgan says. What next?
- Apr 7: Trump’s personal stake in the malaria-drug maker Sanofi could be as small as $99
- Apr 7: Market Snapshot: Dow soars 800 points as hopes for a coronavirus slowdown buoys stocks
- Apr 7: Walmart hit with wrongful-death lawsuit by estate of worker who died of coronavirus
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- Apr 7: U.S. reports 1,200 coronavirus deaths in one day as China lifts lockdown
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- Apr 7: 'CATastrophe' averted as India court rules on virus lockdown
- Apr 7: Indian leaders hesitate to end world's biggest lockdown
- Apr 7: A Major Outbreak of Coronavirus Will Test India's Healthcare, Governance and Social Cohesion to the Limit
- Apr 7: Cardinal Pell out of prison after court overturns abuse convictions
- Apr 7: Financial hits pile up for colleges as some fight to survive
- Apr 7: Coronavirus wreaks havoc in African American neighbourhoods
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