Ben Bernanke on saving the American economy
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Plus: what an economic "restart" looks like, small businesses in China are still under pressure and encrypted social platforms' struggle to fight COVID-19 misinformation.
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Ben Bernanke on COVID-19 downturn: "With help from the Federal Reserve and from the Treasury, I'm not really expecting a major financial crisis."
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Fed has to do what it can to limit the damage caused by the coronavirus.
For the first time, the central bank will buy corporate and municipal bonds to keep money flowing.
Pork seller Ma Qiang sold $35,000 worth of pork to restaurants ahead of the Lunar New Year and expected to be paid after the holiday. Then COVID-19 hit.
Demand will come back after the coronavirus pandemic subsides, but how much demand? And for what?
The app is impossible to search for conspiracy theories in order to stop their spread.
While Aziz Rubakovic's jobs shut down, his search for a new apartment had to continue.