Layoffs caused by the coronavirus pandemic in the US passed 45.7 million last week.
The British central bank has been at the forefront of economic fire-fighting over this year's deadly COVID-19 emergency.
Asian investors leary as signs of recovery offset by fears of second wave.
Beijing carried out mass testing after 36 of China's 57 new cases were linked to a wholesale food market.
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The optimism on trading floors was shattered when Federal Reserve boss Jerome Powell signalled the world's top economy would take some time to bounce back.
Elsewhere around the globe, clusters of infection were growing as governments relaxed restrictions.
HSBC's announcement angered business and political circles in Britain, which returned the former colony to Chinese rule in 1997.
Northern Ontario casinos are not participating in a flurry of excitement occurring in American casinos.
Daily passengers dwindled to 3,000 from the usual 350,000.
The lingering optimism provided support to higher-yielding, riskier currencies.
In total, the cyberattack affected 11 Honda plants -- including five in the US, according to local media reports.
As countries have been lifting the national lockdown, the United Kingdom has just imposed a new restriction on arrivals from abroad.
The bulk of the capital will come from new shares issued to Aviation 2020, a company owned by the government.
Though dramatic, the current forecast falls short of the Great Depression.
While traders continue to buy into world markets on hopes the economy will bounce back, analysts urged some caution.
Canada also reported a surprise increase in employment, confounding forecasts for a big drop.
Lee Jae-yong, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, is being re-tried on charges of bribery, embezzlement in connection with a corruption scandal.
Walter Soriano, a litigation support and business intelligence expert, founder and CEO of USG Security Limited, has joined the Investigations Team Panel of PAVOCAT Ltd., a global counter-corruption company.