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In a number of countries, including in several regions of Russia, today, June 21, it will be possible to observe the annular solar Eclipse. As reported on the website of the Moscow planetarium, the largest phase of the Eclipse visible in Russia, will amount to 0.45 and will be visible in the South of the Altai territory, the Republic of Tyva and the Altai Republic near the border with Kazakhstan, China and Mongolia. In the European part of Russia the maximum phase is equal to 0,41 and can be seen in the South of Dagestan.
Annular solar Eclipse falls on the summer solstice. “Once in the twenty-first century, these astronomical events fall on the same day only once — in the year 2039”,— stated in the message.
The greatest phase of the Eclipse (0,994) will come at 9:40 GMT and will be visible in the Himalayas, near the border of India, China and Nepal. In these countries, in good weather you can see the solar corona, especially in the mountains. The annular phase will last 38 seconds. On the website of the Moscow planetarium you can watch the online broadcast of the Eclipse. The planetarium is closed to the public until June 30.
New cases of coronavirus have been triggered today with the lockdown in different districts of Beijing. Eleven housing complexes in the south of the capital of China were isolated because of an outbreak of Covid-19 connected to the meat market of Xinfadi, according to reports from local officials. Nine of the schools and kindergartens in the vicinity were closed.
Exceeded quota 425mila (425.330) the number of deaths linked to the coronavirus in the worldaccording to data from the american university and Johns Hopkins. The total cases of infection are almost 7 million and 630mila. The most affected country in the world remains the United States, with approximately 115 people dead, more than 2 million cases.
The deaths from coronavirus in the United States in the last 24 hours have been 839. And’ what emerges from the data of the Johns Hopkins University, who speaks of 2.04 million of cases overall and 114.643 total deaths.
It does not show sagging pandemic coronavirus in Latin Americagiven that in the last 24 hours, the infections have increased by another 49.019 cases reaching 1.556.169, while the total general of the dead arrived to 75.661 (+2.115). And’ what emerges today from a statistical processing implemented by the LOOP on the basis of the data of 34 countries and territories in Latin america. The eyes of the analysts continue to be focused on the Brazil, the country widely most affected in the region. Its outbreaks are now 828.810 (+25.982) and the dead 41.828 (+909), with which you place as the second in the world overall, behind the United States. Follow Peru (220.749 and 6.308), Chile (160.846 and 2.870), Mexico (133.974 and 15.944), Ecuador (45.778 and 3.828), Colombia (46.858 and 1.545) and Argentina (27.373 and 772).
Are 6.472 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Pakistan in the last 24 hours, a figure that brings the total of cases to 132.405. This was announced by the ministry of Health. The death toll in the country has increased to 88 (19 in less than yesterday) at an altitude of 2.551. It is the second day in a row where there are over 6,000 new infections. The east Punjab and the Sindh south are the provinces most affected with 50.087 and 49.256 cases, respectively, the 75% of the total cases in the country. The number of people healed by the coronavirus has risen to 50.056 (37,8%), with 9.809 people who have recovered from illness in the last 24 hours. Pakistan announced Friday a budget of 7294,9 billion rupees for the next fiscal year. 20 billion rupees have been allocated to improve the capacity of health facilities and the production of medical equipment.
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this afternoon in a house in Serramanna, in southern Sardinia. A
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arrived immediately on the spot.
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Moon Jong-in, adviser to the president of South Korea on unification, international relations and national security, has denied media reports that the head of the DPRK, Kim Jong-un, is seriously ill or even died.
“Kim Jong-un is alive and well,” Moon Jong-in said in an interview with CNN on Sunday evening. According to him, the DPRK leader has been in the Wonsan area since April 13. No “suspicious movements” were recorded in this area.
Last week, several world media outlets, citing various sources, reported that the North Korean leader died, dies or is in a vegetative state. In response to this, on Sunday morning, the DPRK state radio reported that Kim Jong-un was “busy.”
About who could become the successor to the North Korean leader, in Kommersant’s article “This Kim is indispensable.”
accident was recorded on Interstate 15 Wednesday afternoon, as reported
the Utah Highway Patrol.
riding in a red Honda Civic going north near 11400
South when he made a last minute decision to return to traffic
main and got caught between a heavy truck and the defense of the
The 43-year-old was transported by helicopter to the hospital in critical condition.
President Donald Trump assured on Sunday that the United States would not pay for the safety of the Dukes of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, if they moved to the United States.
“I am a great admirer of the Queen and the United Kingdom. It was reported that Harry and Meghan, who left the (United Kingdom), would reside permanently in Canada. Now that they have left Canada to come to the US, however, the US will not pay their security protection. They must pay! “Trump said on his Twitter account.
The Dukes’ Office responded shortly thereafter: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have no plans to request security resources from the US government. Security preparations have been made with private funds. “
This week, several US and UK media revealed that the couple had changed their residence to settle in Los Angeles, the capital of the entertainment industry.
According to an exclusive published by People magazine and The Sun newspaper, they moved to southern California earlier than expected due to the coronavirus crisis, in order to prevent the closure of borders from affecting their working life in the US, since up to now they lived in Canada.
The news of the change of residence coincides with the announcement that the Disney factory made this week about its first collaboration with Markle, who will lend his voice to narrate a documentary about nature called “Elephant”.
This is the first audiovisual-related job for the American actress after she decided to leave Hollywood to marry Prince Harry in 2018.
The issue of their safety has already raised blisters in Canada, when they moved to this country and announced in January their effective “resignation” from the British Royal House.
British media claimed that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had relayed to Queen Elizabeth that Canada would bear at least part of the cost of the Dukes of Sussex’s residence, but it was unclear whether he would ultimately bear those of security.
The cost of security for the Dukes of Sussex in Canada was estimated to be as high as C $ 1.7 million a year, about $ 1.3 million.
FILE PHOTO: a worker in protective overalls and with disinfection equipment walks in front of the parliament building in Athens, Greece, on March 14, 2020. REUTERS / Alkis Konstantinidis
ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece announced Monday that it will close all stores except supermarkets, pharmacies, banks, gas stations and grocery delivery services and will quarantine anyone who arrives from abroad for two weeks to fight coronavirus. .
Greece had already canceled mass gatherings and closed bars, restaurants, playgrounds and gyms. So far the country has reported 352 confirmed cases of infections and four deaths, an increase of 21 people in 24 hours. Health authorities expect an increase in the number of infections.
The 14-day quarantine would apply to anyone who enters the country, regardless of nationality, government spokeswoman Aristotelia Peloni told reporters. The closure of retail stores will begin on Wednesday.
Athens also banned Italian passenger ships and cruise ships from docking in Greek ports.
Reporting by Renee Maltezou and George Georgiopoulos; Editing by Peter Graff
LONDON (Reuters) – Oil and equity markets rolled solid on Tuesday after the previous day’s slump, with signs of coordinated action by major world economies to cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus that helps drive investors out panic.
The Brent has gone back a full 10% in the hope that an agreement on the cut of the offer could be saved while most of the yields of the government bonds of reference were below the historical minimums, since the hopes of stimulus in the face to the epidemic they increased risk appetite.
The main Wall Street markets lost little time in recovering at least 2% of the 7% they had given up on Monday, one of their worst days ever recorded. [.N]
The oil and gas and mining sectors were leading the charge for Europe as oil recovered part of Monday’s 25% drop following what appeared to have been the complete breakdown of a crucial global oil pact between OPEC and Russia. [O/R]
Returns on the 10-year US Treasury debt of reference have more than doubled to 0.70% and those on the German Bund have risen by about 20 basis points at some point while investors have given up some safe haven positions, although they were beginning to shrink again. [GVD/EUR]
Supporting the mood was a commitment by US President Donald Trump on Monday to take “important” measures to protect the economy and float the idea of wage tax cuts with congressional Republicans.
Japan said it would spend an additional 430.8 billion yen ($ 4.1 billion) to alleviate the effects of the coronavirus epidemic and the deputy minister of the Italian economy announced that mortgage payments would be suspended as the country would have dealt with the second highest number of cases outside China.
Some of the major global investment banks, including JP Morgan, Citi and Barclays, now expect the Federal Reserve to cut US interest rates to zero in the coming months as part of a global mass move to provide some ballast. and liquidity to the financial system.
“To date, we believe that the markets have gone from being too complacent to overly pessimistic,” the main investment managers of the largest European asset manager Amundi wrote to clients.
“Our central case, however, is a temporary setback, albeit more prolonged than we expected a month ago, followed by a recovery,” they added.
Oil suffered its most marked drop since the 1991 Gulf War and global equities plunged on Monday after Saudi Arabia launched a crude price war with Russia, still making investors worried about the spread of coronavirus.
The market fight on Tuesday had started to gain ground in Asia. The Japanese Nikkei ended the day up 0.85% after hitting its lowest level since April 2017. [.T]
The Australian index closed 3.1% higher as some hunted for deals in smaller stocks.
The Chinese benchmark Shanghai Composite Index posted a 2.1% rise when new cases of domestic coronavirus collapsed and President Xi Jinping’s visit to the epicenter of the epidemic raised sentiment.
The news continued to be negative elsewhere, however, with Italy ordering its citizens not to move to places other than work and emergencies and banning all public meetings.
“Although the uncertainty is very high, we now expect that such restrictions will be implemented across Europe in the coming weeks,” warned JPMorgan economists.
“We now expect a contraction in global growth in the first half of 2020 and a powerful global disinflationary wave that will take hold,” they added. “We expect the Fed to cut to zero before or before the March 18 meeting.”
The oil demonstration had the most horses. About 10% of Monday’s massive losses have been made up, offering hope that markets have found a plan despite the still fragile sentiment.
Russian oil minister Alexander Novak said he did not rule out joint measures with OPEC to stabilize the market.
He added that the next OPEC + meeting was scheduled for May-June, although Saudi Arabia’s energy minister told Reuters that there would be no need if there was no agreement on how to deal with the impact of the coronavirus on the market.
“I can’t see the wisdom of holding meetings in May-June that would only demonstrate our failure to participate in what we should have done in a crisis like this and take the necessary steps,” said Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman.
Benchmarks Brent crude futures rebounded from $ 2.80 to just $ 37 a barrel, although it was still about half the level at which the year started. [O/R]
Gold prices fell 1%, retreating from the jump in the last session above the key level of $ 1,700, while the demand for safe haven declined somewhat amid speculation about global stimulus measures. [GOL/]
“In times of turbulence, nothing is more important in restoring confidence than the government appears calm and in controlling the (however) tenuous situation that control can be,” said Jeffrey Halley, senior market analyst at the OANDA broker, in a note.
(Chart: dipping oil, coronavirus fuels credit concerns – here)
Such was the conflagration of market wealth that analysts assumed that politicians would have to react aggressively to prevent an economic crisis.
The U.S. Fed drastically increased the size of its fund injections to markets on Monday to avoid stress.
Having produced an emergency rate cut just last week, investors are setting an easing price of at least 75 basis points at the next Fed meeting on March 18, while a near zero cut was now seen as likely since April. <0#FF:>
The British finance minister is expected to hand over his annual budget on Wednesday and there is much talk of coordinated stimulus with the Bank of England.
The European Central Bank will meet on Thursday and will be under strong pressure to act, even though euro area rates are already deeply negative.
“Italy’s decision to quarantine the whole country will affect 15% of Europe’s GDP, putting the ECB at the forefront of efforts to mitigate the growing economic deterioration,” said Brian Martin, a senior international economist from the ANZ. .
The bonds had charged central banks a price essentially in a global recession of unknown length.
US 10-year Treasury yields fell by just 0.318% on Monday – a level unthinkable just a week ago – but returned to last at 0.622% on Tuesday amid chatter on the stimulus.
This in turn helped the dollar recover some of its recent heavy losses to reach 104.20 yen, moving away from Monday’s three-year depression around 101.17.
The euro returned to $ 1.1375, after rising 1.4% on Monday to its 13-month high at $ 1.1492. [/FRX]
(Graph: US dollar and US 10-year real yields – here)
Additional reports from Wayne Cole in Sydney; Editing by Catherine Evans
ROME (Reuters) – The southern Italian regions have warned hundreds of thousands of emigrants in the rich north of the country not to return home, fearing an exodus from a prohibited area to stop the outbreak of coronaviruses.
A tourist wears a protective mask in Piazza San Marco while the Italian government is preparing to take new measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus in Venice, March 8, 2020. REUTERS / Manuel Silvestri
The unprecedented blockade was announced by the government overnight and will affect about 16 million inhabitants in the Lombardy region, which is centered on the financial capital Milan, and 14 prosperous provinces also in the north.
About two million people have left the south underdeveloped in the past 15 years looking for work and hundreds of thousands of them have settled in the north. With a four-week arrest looming, many of them should attempt to return to their old family homes to sit outside the infection.
However, the governor of Puglia, the heel of the Italian boot, made a passionate appeal on Facebook to stay in the north, the epicenter of the worst coronavirus outbreak in Europe.
“I speak to you as if I were my children, my brothers, my nephews and nephews: stop and go back” said Michele Emiliano. “Get off at the first train station, don’t take planes … get the cars, get off the buses. Do not bring the epidemic of Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia to Puglia. ”
The northern regions of Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna and Veneto represent 85% of all 5,883 cases confirmed to date and 92% of the 233 deaths recorded. On the contrary, the southern regions of Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania and Molise have just 100 cases among them and only two deaths.
Trying to deter a massive influx, all five regions issued decrees on Sunday that people arriving from the northern red areas had to go into self-imposed quarantine for two weeks.
“The government must block an exodus in Calabria, which risks triggering a disastrous bomb,” said Jole Santelli, president of Calabria, Italy’s impoverished tip.
“Calabria is unable to manage a serious health emergency …. The return from the north in an uncontrolled way endangers our land and our loved ones. Do not do it. Stop.”
The government appears to be giving people a day before formally implementing the blockade, and television has shown hundreds of travelers who travel overnight to Milan’s central station to catch trains outside the city.
The airports and roads were also all open.
Reporting by Crispian Balmer; Editing of Mark Potter