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CNBC BusinessJul 11, 2020
U.S. coronavirus cases continue record surge as some states consider rolling back re-opening plans
At least 134,000 people in the U.S. have died since the start of the outbreak in March, and more than 3 million cases have been reported across the country.

MarketWatch MarketPulseJul 11, 2020
Coronavirus tally: Global cases of COVID-19 12.5 million, 560,921 deaths and U.S. death toll moving higher again
The global tally for confirmed cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 climbed to 12.5 million on Saturday, according to data aggregated by Johns Hopkins University, with the U.S. leading the way by far with 3.19 million cases. The number of deaths grew to 560,921, while the number of people who have recovered reached 6.9 million. The U.S. death toll is 134,117 and is rising again after it had started to flatten in mid-to-late April. That comes after rising infections in states in the South and West, including Texas, Arizona and South Carolina, among others, where hospitals have started to become overwhelmed. Brazil is second to the U.S. with 1.80 million cases and 70,398 deaths. India is third measured by cases that have climbed above 800,000 to 820,916, followed by Russia with 719,449 and Peru with 319,646. The U.K. has 44,735 fatalities, the highest in Europe and third highest in the world. China, where the illness was first reported late last year, has 84,992 cases and 4,641 fatalities.

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Yahoo BusinessJul 11, 2020
Florida, Arizona Deaths Increase; U.S. Bases Hit: Virus Update
(Bloomberg) -- Florida and Arizona reported increased Covid-19 deaths, while the pace of infections slowed in both states. A proposal by scientists for blood-plasma inoculations against the coronavirus is languishing, the Los Angeles Times reported.U.S. military facilities in Okinawa have found at least 50 cases, NHK said. New infections in Tokyo exceeded 200 for a third straight day, Kyodo reported. Masked fans returned to baseball in Japan, making the country among the first to restart major sport with spectators.A vaccine may be two years away, if one is ever found, and low levels of infection may become a part of life, Australia's deputy chief medical officer said.Key Developments:Global Tracker: Cases top 12.5 million; deaths surpass 560,000Aversion to mask-wearing holds back U.S. economyWall Street forges a new relationship to data in coronavirus ageShake Shack's Danny Meyer took PPP loans after allHeat wave drives people inside in Covid's hottest hot spotsMasked fans return to baseball in JapanWuhan shows the world how economies may recoverSubscribe 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.Arizona New Cases Slowest in a Week (1:15 p.m. NY)Arizona reported 69 new deaths, compared with 44 on Friday. New coronavirus cases rose by 3,038 to 119,930, a 2.6% increase that's the smallest since July 4 and lower than the 3.5% average for the previous seven days. The total positive rate for people tested for Covid-19 in Arizona is

KiplingerJun 23, 2020
Why COVID-19 May Cause You to Consider a Greater Purpose for Your Money
I think it's safe to say that 2020 hasn't exactly been what we all expected. Very few of us have been immune to the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the true economic fallout from the crisis is just beginning to take shape. Our economy has shed more than 30 million jobs since March, and countless businesses — both large and small — have been shuttered.

It has been challenging to say the least — but not all the news has been bad.

The Upside of Down Stock Markets Across America and around the world, people and communities have come together to support each other and those on the front lines during the pandemic in ways we haven't really seen since 9/11. Drive-by parades celebrate kids' birthdays, New Yorkers join together every night at 7 p.m. to salute health care workers, and actor John Krasinski set up a home studio to bring us Some Good News.

As news of the pandemic continues to shift and America takes its first steps toward "normal," many people are likely contemplating what changes they want to make in their lives going forward — including how they invest. If that is you, now may be as good a time as any to refocus your investment strategy and reflect on how and why you invest.

Putting Faith in Your Portfolio Throughout this crisis, many have leaned on their faith to calm fears and anxieties — a tactic that's probably been helpful. In fact,

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