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Canada's Trudeau wants parliament to approve more spending powers amid outbreak

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday he wanted the flexibility to enact future spending measures as legislators met to approve a C$27 billion ($18.6 billion) emergency cash injection to soften the financial blow of the coronavirus outbreak.

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks, gold surge as Congress nears $2 trillion aid package

Stock markets soared on Tuesday, with a gauge of global equities posting its biggest gain since the coronavirus roiled financial markets a month ago, as the U.S. Congress zoned in on a $2 trillion stimulus package to curb the pandemic's economic toll.

UK calls for 250,000 volunteers as virus deaths surge

The number of coronavirus deaths in Britain jumped on Tuesday, the first day of a national lockdown, while the government called for 250,000 volunteers for the health service and announced a temporary hospital would open in London next week.

WRAPUP 2-Canada's TSX notches record gain as stimulus hopes climb

(Adds details on market activity; updates prices) By Fergal Smith TORONTO, March 24 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock market churned out a record gain on Tuesday as hopes rose that global stimulus measures will ease the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, with the...

Boeing CFO says aerospace industry needs credit urgently, markets closed to new debt

Boeing Co's <BA.N> chief financial officer said on Tuesday the U.S. aerospace industry urgently needs credit to cope with the coronavirus pandemic but "markets essentially are closed" to new debt.

CORRECTED-EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX firms as Fed's mega boost dents dollar; stocks rally

(Removes reference to Argentine stocks and peso in the table as the country's markets are closed for a holiday) By Susan Mathew March 24 (Reuters) - Latin American currencies firmed on Tuesday, joining broader emerging market peers as the dollar slipped after the U.S. Federal...

Trump says he will not let Boeing go out of business: Fox News interview

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he would not let airplane maker Boeing Co <BA.N> go out of business as a result of the economic disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam stocks rally, FX barely gains on dollar weakness

* Stocks recover from 16-year low * Mexican peso bounces back from record low * Stocks, FX still substantially down for the month (Adds details on rally, updates prices) By Ambar Warrick and Susan Mathew March 24 (Reuters) - Latin American stocks shot up on Tuesday, joining...

Trump, Pence held call with investors on economy - administration official

福利网站U.S. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence held a conference call on Tuesday with Wall Street investors to discuss the U.S. economy, the Federal Reserve and other issues, an administration official said.

In coronavirus-hit world, sponsors to stand by delayed Olympics

Major corporate sponsors of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are standing by the International Olympic Committee after the Games were postponed and experts familiar with the deals said the companies would not likely seek the return of billions of dollars committed to the agreements.

Norway central bank to auction $5 bln to banks on Thursday

Norway's central bank said on Tuesday it would offer an F-loan in U.S. dollars with a maturity of three months, in a move coordinated with Danish and Swedish central banks.

Banks, regulators move to protect customers from wave of coronavirus scams in UK, U.S.

UK banks are stepping up fraud prevention measures to protect customers from scammers eager to exploit the coronavirus pandemic with a whole range of new tricks, including fake sales of medical supplies and bogus government relief schemes.

UPDATE 1-Ratings agency S&P cuts Delta's credit rating to 'junk'

福利网站S&P Global Ratings on Tuesday cut Delta Air Lines Inc's rating to junk status, citing a steep decline in demand as the aviation sector reels under the coronavirus crisis and seeks government help.

Stocks, gold surge on new stimulus from Fed, others

福利网站Financial markets rebounded sharply on Tuesday, with a measure of global equities headed for its biggest bounce since the crisis erupted a month ago, while the safe-haven dollar recoiled as investors welcomed unprecedented global stimulus efforts.

Canadian banks reward frontline employees as coronavirus spreads

福利网站Canadian banks on Tuesday followed U.S. heavyweights in offering one-time bonuses and extra paid days off to customer-service employees who are required to work in branches and call centres amid the coronavirus crisis.

Boeing CFO says markets essentially closed to new debt

福利网站Boeing Co's Chief Financial Officer said on Tuesday that the U.S. planemaker was not in discussions to raise new debt as it looks to curb fallout over the coronavirus pandemic.

First Quantum eyes stake sale in Panama mine - sources

Miner First Quantum Minerals <FM.TO> is considering selling a minority stake in its flagship Cobre Panama copper mine to reduce debt, two banking sources familiar with the discussions said.

UPDATE 1-First Quantum eyes stake sale in Panama mine -sources

Miner First Quantum Minerals is considering selling a minority stake in its flagship Cobre Panama copper mine to reduce debt, two banking sources familiar with the discussions said.

Oilfield firm Baker Hughes' Italian output may be halted due to virus

Oilfield service firm Baker Hughes may have to shut some manufacturing facilities in Italy due to the coronavirus impact, an executive said on Tuesday.

Money fund turmoil spotlights New Jersey portfolio's 'shadow price'

A New Jersey municipal money-market fund run by BNY Mellon Corp is still paying investors $1.00 a share, even though the mark-to-market price of the fund recently dropped to $0.9968 per share, analysts said on Tuesday.