Mon Sep 21 Fed Board meets on Community Reinvestment Act. | Tue Sep 22 September Equinox. Powell, Mnuchin appear before House panel. | Wed Sep 23 SEC to decide whether to adopt new shareholder resolution filing rules. Powell will face questions on the economic fallout from the pandemic and the fiscal stimulus. | Thu Sep 24 SEC's LabCFTC to host Empower Innovation 2020. Powell, Mnuchin testify before Senate Banking Committee. | Fri Sep 25 FSOC meets on secondary mortgage markets and short-term wholesale funding markets. Governments around the world are walking a tightrope between easing coronavirus lockdowns to revive economic growth, and controlling any resurgence of Covid-19. Globally, 30 million people have been infected with the virus, and the death toll is approaching 1 million. Israel is so far the only developed country in the world to go into a second lockdown. Taiwan and Thailand are powering ahead; Europe has seen a jump in cases. New York City has postponed its public school reopenings again, to Oct. 1 for some grades, while Hong Kong plans to resume face-to-face classes in phases.
#backtowork | Dressing for our new normal. As our work calendars begin to fill again with actual, if socially distanced, professional interactions, round-the-clock loungewear no longer fits the bill. A transitional workplace environment calls for a new kind of hybrid dressing. Offices, Zoom, home-schooling: How to dress for our new reality — The Wall Street Journal
Mon Sep 14 Bloomberg Green Festival. | Tue Sep 15 U.N. General Assembly virtual gathering. | Wed Sep 16 SEC asset management panel considers whether to "enhance efficiency" for stockholder proposals. | Thu Sep 17 U.S. jobless claims. | Fri Sep 18 Quadruple witching day. Global governments are walking a tightrope between easing coronavirus lockdowns to revive economic growth, and controlling any resurgence of Covid-19. Globally, more than 27 million people have been infected with the virus, and deaths have exceeded 904,000. Greece and Italy plan to reopen schools, while the U.K. brings in stricter rules. La Niña is here, which could mean a cold and stormier winter than normal across the North, while the southern tier stays drier, with warmer than average temperatures.
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