It turns out the pandemic also attacks the U.S. dollar
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The dollar is set for its biggest monthly decline in a decade. Analysis finds that Black and Latino workers are having their state unemployment claims rejected at disproportionately higher rates. And, the fight to save bananas from extinction.
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The dollar is down about 5% this month. What does that mean for the global economy?
Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets in London, has more.
Black and Latino workers made up nearly 40% of the unemployed, but were less than 20% of aid recipients.
A small bioscience startup in Britain is taking on a disease that threatens one of the world’s favorite fruits.