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As virus seizes markets, it's no longer business as usual

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Thanks to changing work patterns markets a plunging and retailers shutting the biggest banks in the US I'm moving to conserve cash through the first half of the year the financial services forum says members would suspend stock buybacks the some time the surprise cut interest rates by the fed on Sunday has appeared only to rattle investors and for some retailers sorry we're closed signs indicate that for an unspecified length of time shopping binges are out well social distancing is in for most people the virus causes only mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and coughs the complications can occur for some others I'm Charles the last month

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