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Your Money : NPR

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Episode 986: America Unemployed

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When Should We Restart the Economy?

About 90% of households — approximately 165 million — will benefit from direct payments, according to the Tax Policy Center.

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The Labor Market Catastrophe

A “closed” sign is posted at the entrance of a New York State Department of Labor office in Brooklyn. With millions of people filing for unemployment benefits, state employment agencies have been overwhelmed around the country.

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A woman wearing gloves pays for her purchase at a supermarket in Los Angeles. Bank regulators are urging consumers not to hoard cash, after reports of large withdrawals by some customers worried about the coronavirus.

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Don’t Dash For Cash: Authorities Say There’s No Need To Empty The ATM

The attorneys general said some sellers on Craigslist and Facebook are jacking up prices on hand sanitizer by as much as 10 times the normal cost.

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The Sheetz gas and convenience store chain is boosting its workers’ pay by $3 per hour, in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Its stores are among the businesses deemed essential during government-ordered shutdowns.

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U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos also announced the Department of Education would refund about $1.8 billion to the more than 830,000 borrowers who were in the process of having money withheld.

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky walks to the Senate chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.

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Economists say helping the health care sector, including through emergency financing to states and cities, is one of the steps urgently needed to weather the coronavirus crisis.

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The stock market has been battered by the growing economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Most Vulnerable Workers

Angelica Rico says she lost all of her income this week when she was furloughed from her job as a digital marketing specialist. She doesn’t know how she’ll be able to pay rent on her apartment in Southern California.

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin speaks to the press outside of the West Wing of the White House on Friday.

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Friday will be the last day of floor trading before the New York Stock Exchange switches to all-electronic trading starting Monday.

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Episode 982: How To Save The Economy Now

A sign announcing “Free Lunch” appears at the New Heightz Grocery Store in Reading, Penn. on March 20, 2020. Owner Moises Abreu is giving out meals to help as people struggle with reductions resulting from the coronavirus.

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‘All Giving Is Very Necessary.’ Ways To Give To Charity During The Coronavirus Crisis

The federal government is telling lenders to lower or suspend mortgage payments for homeowners who have lost income because of the coronavirus outbreak.

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U.S. Orders Up To A Yearlong Break On Mortgage Payments

The coronavirus pandemic is continuing to roil financial markets as businesses shut down with their customers and employees forced to stay home.

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