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Aujourd’hui — 8 avril 2020Financial Times

Wall St urges caution as bulls rush into recovery bets

S&P 23% up from March nadir on back of state coronavirus action — but more falls possible, warn analysts

Fed officials saw ‘profoundly uncertain’ US outlook

Policymakers unleashed a vast array of tools to limit economic damage as coronavirus spreads

Sanders exits just as big government returns 

A key legacy of the self-described socialist has been to shift the Democratic party to the left

The mystery of Travis Kalanick's ‘Internet Food Court’

Hollywood kitchen facility seemed perfect for the Covid-19 crisis — but then vanished from the internet

Equinox says it will not pay rent, even to its owner

Gym chain on collision course with Related, the property group which is a big investor

Dow Jones chief executive Will Lewis to depart

British media executive is leaving ‘amicably’ after six years at news group

Federal Reserve lifts Wells Fargo’s asset cap

Regulator allows scandal-hit bank to temporarily expand lending to aid virus effort

Democrats set out demands for new coronavirus stimulus

Pelosi and Schumer insist additional funds focus on small businesses, hospitals and states

Bernie Sanders ends US presidential campaign

Joe Biden set to become the party’s nominee to face Donald Trump in November election

Russia rejects US suggestion on oil cuts

Move comes ahead of G20 meeting to discuss production on Friday 

Coronavirus: how satellite images show global lockdown

Before and after satellite images and drone footage reveal empty city streets

Boris Johnson ‘improving’ and ‘sitting up in bed’, chancellor says

UK prime minister remains in intensive care as UK coronavirus deaths surge by more than 900 in a day

Centerview hires Lazard’s Matthieu Pigasse to lead new Paris office

Self-styled enfant terrible of French financial world joins US investment banking group

Opec has ‘disappeared’, says oil veteran Andrew Gould

Ex-Schlumberger boss doubts that a deal to cut supply can be effective, or even agreed 

Wishing this Passover night was more like other nights

Coronavirus lockdown limits celebration of one of Judaism’s most festive occasions

Bitter dispute rages over departure of top EU scientist

Mauro Ferrari blasts bloc’s handling of coronavirus but former colleagues accuse him of ‘lack of engagement’

Eurozone’s two biggest economies sink into historic recessions

Economic and trade slowdown wipe out years of growth in months in Germany and France

EU carbon emissions tumble during lockdowns

Measures to curb spread of coronavirus are sharply reducing humans’ environmental impact

Rent non-payments shoot up in April as US families struggle

Apartment industry survey offers latest evidence of economic toll from coronavirus pandemic

Brussels seeks EU budget overhaul to boost post-pandemic recovery 

Commission debates proposals that could unlock €1.5tn of spending and investment over 3 years

Iraq warns over threat to public sector pay from oil price collapse

Prime minister designate says government could be unable to pay half of the salaries of 3m-strong workforce next month

Bolsonaro sparks political feud over coronavirus lockdowns

Flashpoint between Brazil’s populist leader and political establishment over response to virus

Singapore fights third wave of coronavirus infections

New outbreaks in city-state and Hong Kong show difficulty of returning to normality

Luckin chief looks to limit scandal fallout

Lu Zhengyao seeks to distance himself from his other companies after alleged fake sales found 

Eurogroup fails to land deal on virus economic response  

Ministers to reconvene after marathon talks fail to shift red lines over bloc’s bailout fund

Tesco defends payout amid warnings over profits hit

CEO Lewis says needs of savers and pension funds should be considered in dividend debate

NY luxury towers quake as Covid-19 hits property market

Highly-leveraged developers struggle to sell units that can be priced above $50m

Europe watches as countries slowly emerge from lockdown

Czech Republic, Austria and Denmark benefited from rapid response, experts say

Canada’s oil groups battle for survival

Sector scrambles to staunch crude output after local price sinks below $5 a barrel   

Tracking coronavirus: big data and the challenge to privacy

European demands for information from smartphones are raising fears over the reach of state surveillance