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A fiction writer's surreal take on the COVID-19 economy imagines a world where delivery vans arrive and confiscate your things. Plus, banks start releasing second quarter results this week. And, China's new sanctions on members of Congress.
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Banks touch many sectors of the economy, that may be struggling — or thriving — during the COVID-19 pandemic.
China announces sanctions on U.S. politicians as tensions over human rights, COVID-19 escalate
China late last week had promised to retaliate after the U.S. announced sanctions on senior Chinese officials. This has to do with the treatment of the Uighur Muslims. Marketplace's Nova Safo has more.
A fiction writer's surreal take on the COVID-19 economy imagines a world where delivery vans arrive and confiscate your things.
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