When a barrel of oil was cheaper than your coffee | CNBC Explains
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When a barrel of oil was cheaper than your coffee | CNBC Explains

Demand for oil has fallen to unprecedented levels, resulting in oil prices turning negative for the first time in history. From the price war between Saudi Arabia and…

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Why Germany’s coronavirus death rate is so low | CNBC Explains
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Why Germany’s coronavirus death rate is so low | CNBC Explains

While Germany has one of the highest numbers of coronavirus cases in Europe, its death rate is significantly lower than its neighbors. CNBC’s Timothyna Duncan explores the strategies…

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Why your next holiday in Europe will change | CNBC Reports
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Why your next holiday in Europe will change | CNBC Reports

Tourism is an important sector of the European economy, but lockdown measures have brought the industry to a standstill. As hotels, airlines and other businesses plan to reopen…

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What would a second wave look like? | CNBC Explains
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What would a second wave look like? | CNBC Explains

Past pandemics have shown that multiple waves of infection are likely and tend to be more severe. Despite warnings from health experts and economists about against easing restrictions…

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Why are stock buybacks controversial? | CNBC Explains
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Why are stock buybacks controversial? | CNBC Explains

As the stock market falls to historic lows, the practice of stock buybacks is facing extra scrutiny from central banks. So why are buybacks controversial? —– Subscribe to…

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The entrepreneurs tackling loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic | CNBC International
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The entrepreneurs tackling loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic | CNBC International

With half of humanity stuck at home at one point of the coronavirus pandemic, the social restrictions have been tough for many. CNBC Make It’s Karen Gilchrist speaks…

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Are low interest rates enough? | CNBC Explains
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Are low interest rates enough? | CNBC Explains

Central banks around the world reacted quickly to the coronavirus outbreak. One of their main decisions was to slash interest rates even though these were already low in…

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What life after lockdown might look like | CNBC Reports
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What life after lockdown might look like | CNBC Reports

As some countries begin to reopen parts of the economy amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, CNBC’s Uptin Saiidi is in Hong Kong to look at how the new normal…

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What’s next for Europe’s coronavirus lockdown | CNBC Reports
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What’s next for Europe’s coronavirus lockdown | CNBC Reports

Billions of people around the world have been placed on lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Europe, which became the epicenter of the pandemic after China,…

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How the pandemic changed fitness forever | CNBC Reports
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How the pandemic changed fitness forever | CNBC Reports

The physical activity market is worth more than $800 billion worldwide, but it has had to pivot fast as countries around the world impose strict lockdown measures. Fitness…

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