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This year was called lost for the global economy: State Economy: Economics: Lenta.ru

Try not to leave home unnecessarily Why is this needed? The virus spreads in public places - try to avoid them. Home regimen is especially important for people over 65 years of...

Central Bank of the world agreed on efforts to ensure dollar liquidity | Economics | Money

Central banks of the world have agreed to coordinate efforts to ensure dollar liquidity, reports TASS with reference to the US Federal Reserve System. It is clarified that...

The coronavirus pandemic brought down the prices of precious metals: State Economy: Economics: Lenta.ru

Precious metals prices have fallen in the world amid news of the coronavirus pandemic. This is evidenced by the data bidding. At the time of publication of the material, the cost of an ounce of gold has decreased by...

How micro-nest in economics

When Martha Rose Ormerod, an engineering student from Wales, flies, she has a ritual. As soon as she sits in her tiny economy class seat, she sets out to personalize the space.Ms. Ormerod, 29, arranges a blanket and pillow,...
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As Albertans seek weekend mountain getaways, some are finding their presence in B.C. border communities isn't always warmly welcomed. Jessica Gray, who has...

Morrison government reveals JobKeeper ‘error’ as global COVID-19 cases surpass 5.1 million, Australian death toll stands at 101

So often it's the rats and mice that change the face of history, writes Elizabeth Farrelly. The sword glint that triggers the battle that...