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PNC Financial’s Amanda Agati is on alert.  With the major indexes on the cusp of their second positive month in a row, the firm’s chief investment strategist believes stocks are getting too expensive, and the historic rebound may soon hit a breaking point. “The market is getting pretty far ahead of itself,” she told CNBC’s …

The United States is pushing China to the brink of a “new Cold War,” China’s foreign minister said as officials in the world’s two largest economies continue trading barbs over each other’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. “This dangerous attempt to turn back the wheel of history will undo the fruits of decadeslong China-U.S. cooperation, …

Dominic Cummings, senior aide to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, makes a statement in London over allegations he breached coronavirus lockdown restriction, on May 25. Jonathan Brady/Pool/AP UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s top adviser, Dominic Cummings, has defended his actions after receiving widespread criticism for traveling more than 250 miles from his London home during the nationwide …

DETROIT – Criminals are also quarantining, staying at home, but still scheming to do crime. One Detroit woman says she’s not only the victim of identity theft, but also harassment all because a person behind a computer screen decided to be a criminal. “Just be aware, don’t allow. It feels weird. it is weird,” said …

Image copyright Reuters Image caption There are more than 100 potential vaccines currently in development The coronavirus “may never go away”, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned. Speaking at a briefing on Wednesday, WHO emergencies director Dr Mike Ryan warned against trying to predict when the virus would disappear. He added that even if …

The country should have been celebrating its nurses during the coronavirus pandemic, she said at a news conference in mid-April, but medical personnel were instead facing abuse and discrimination. “These attacks have hit my profession hard,” Zepeda, the head of nursing for Mexico’s largest public hospital system, pleaded in a speech that drew widespread praise. …

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption“Public transport cannot go back to where it left off” – Transport Secretary Grant Shapps The government will proceed with “extreme caution” exiting lockdown, the transport secretary said as he revealed plans to “get Britain moving again”. Grant Shapps said the move beyond Covid-19 would be a …

Reuters/Shamil Zhumatov Oil prices fell for a second consecutive session on Tuesday on fears that global storage for oil is running out. The price of West Texas Intermediate fell as much as 21%, to $10.07 per barrel on Tuesday. The losses follow a drop that reached 30% on Monday after United States Oil Fund — …

Donald Trump has warned that China should face consequences if it was “knowingly responsible” for the coronavirus pandemic, as deaths in Europe from Covid-19 approached 100,000 “It could have been stopped in China before it started and it wasn’t, and the whole world is suffering because of it,” Trump said in his daily White House …

Dr David Rosser, chief executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, said hospitals were in control of dealing with the Covid-19 and “nowhere near” reaching a point where no additional patients could be received. But he said he had serious concerns that people who head out into the sunshine over the weekend could spread …