While the U.S. economy is showing signs of life as businesses reopen and job growth rebounds, the gap between the real economy and the stock market remains unusually wide. -From CNBC
What happens to frequent flyer miles when almost no one is flying and can an airline loyalty program survive if an airline goes bankrupt? -From CNBC
FRANCE 24 brings you four reports on the New Normal from our correspondents around the globe.
Three months after lockdown was relaxed in China, its economy is now running at around 90% of normal levels. It is better than a severe lockdown, but it is far from normal. -from The Economist
Cities of the 19th century were breeding grounds for disease. Find out how poor living conditions played a role and how the discovery of the germ led to public health reforms still seen today.
Long day hike to the top of Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, with outstanding views of Vernal and Nevada Falls, Half Dome, Yosemite Valley and the High Sierra. -from Amazing Places on Our Planet
Months ago, Zoom was just a fast-growing startup in the somewhat boring enterprise communication space. Today, Zoom has become a household name. Here’s how it happened. -from Bloomberg
Five filmmakers documented their cities under lockdown in 360. This is what they saw. -from National Geographic
Having spent multiple years in Switzerland, it's time for all of us to enjoy a virtual visit during this lockdown.
Was Emperor Palpatine's Death Star, a Debt Star? In the original Star Wars trilogy, the rebels blew up 2 Death Stars, which may have thrown the galactic economy into financial crisis. -from Bloomberg
Even when covid-19 is under control, the long-term effects of the virus will be far-reaching. How will the coronavirus pandemic—and the way it has been handled—change the world? -from The Economist
What do you think will be the future of travel post COVID-19?
The FT takes you on a tour around the world from dawn to dusk on a single day of lockdown, using web cameras trained on tourist hotspots, construction sites, and more. -from Financial Times
As life on Earth slowed to a crawl, hundreds of satellites orbiting overhead captured day-by-day images of this unprecedented moment in history. -from Bloomberg
As some countries begin to reopen parts of the economy amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, CNBC visits Hong Kong to look at how the new normal may include regular temperature checks and more. -from CNBC
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