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Third straight day of gains today after the Senate approved the two trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus bill this after three point three million people filed for unemployment last week a record mark Hamrick with Bankrate dot com says there's no doubt we will dip into a recession you cannot stop economic activity across at least half of the country and not have what is essentially a decline or contraction think of a minus sign in GDP meanwhile on Capitol Hill the stimulus package is now in the hands of the house of representatives speaker Nancy Pelosi says the house will be in session to vote on the rescue package tomorrow our members want to come back in order to have the debate and we expect to have a voice vote on it but if we do we'll be prepared for whatever it is house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he's not sure how many house members will be on the floor tomorrow to vote on the relief felt we had members on both sides the aisle who have the virus we have members who are quarantine we have members who have challenges with the airlines are getting their flights canceled so I think there will be enough to make sure we get this through in New York health care workers are still trying to get needed supplies governor Andrew Cuomo says the search for ventilators continues the number of