United States: Half of Americans see their financial situation getting worse.
The percentage of Americans who think it is a good time to buy a house hit a new low.
Eurozone: Here are the IMF’s unemployment rate projections.
Commodities: US wholesale meat prices keep climbing as processing plants shut down.
Energy: With oil prices well below breakeven levels, analysts expect US drilling activity to collapse.
Cushing, OK oil storage facilities will be full within weeks.
Credit: Credit downgrades have accelerated.
Food for Thought: US COVID-19 fatality rates by county:
Edited by Daniel Moskovits
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