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CNBC BusinessJun 01, 2020
First the pandemic hit them. Now retailers and restaurants have to rebuild after protests
Many retailers and restaurants hit by the coronavirus pandemic were just starting to reopen. Now, nationwide protests prompted by the death of George Floyd have resulted in shattered storefronts, looting and forced many doors back shut.

Yahoo BusinessJun 01, 2020
Wuhan Curbs Spread; Apple to Reopen Tokyo Stores: Virus Update
(Bloomberg) -- Wuhan's push to break hidden coronavirus transmission chains through aggressive testing appears to have succeeded, as no new asymptomatic cases were found for the first time in two months. Protests spread across the U.S., fueling concerns of a renewed spike in infections and more economic pain.Hong Kong recorded three cases linked to a local cluster, a setback for the city that has reported few local infections over the past two months. Apple Inc. is poised to reopen its biggest stores in Japan as the country emerges in stages from a state of emergency.Asia's factory managers remained downbeat about the world's trade engines in May even as economies started to reopen. Gauges of manufacturing activity across the euro area pointed to a noticeable easing in the downturn, though output and orders continued to decline.Key Developments:Virus Tracker: Cases near 6.2 million; deaths exceed 372,000Trump invokes law-and-order to put protests over pandemicHow China tested 11 million people in just two weeksBodies left on hospital beds as virus overwhelms MumbaiS. Korea unveils economic plan; Australia plans fresh stimulusSubscribe to a daily update on the virus from Bloomberg's Prognosis team here. Click VRUS on the terminal for news and data on the coronavirus. For a look back at this week's top stories from QuickTake, click here.Vestager Says Lufthansa Deal Sets Precedent (5:29 p.m. HK)The European Union's antitrust chief Margrethe Vestager said its preliminary agreement with Germany's Lufthansa se

MarketWatchJun 01, 2020
Economic Report: How high is the unemployment rate? One Wall Street firm says 21.7% — and it may be falling
Trying to peg the U.S. unemployment rate during the coronavirus pandemic is like hitting a fast-moving target, but a Goldman Sachs "real-time" estimate put it at 21.5% in May — and it may be falling.
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