NTD Business (Aug. 27): Walmart Joins Bid for TikTok; Over Half San Francisco’s Storefronts Closed

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By NTD Newsroom
August 28, 2020NTD Business

Oil prices are down today after hurricane Laura made landfall hitting the heart of the U.S. oil industry, forcing oil rigs and refineries to shut down.

The federal reserve had unveiled a landmark policy shift. We talk to FX street’s senior analyst Joseph Trevisani to get his take.

A recent survey says over half of San Francisco’s store fronts are still closed. We spoke to a small business owner earlier today. He said he’s lost 95 percent of his revenue because of the lockdown.

And China says it’s willing to let the U.S. audit its state-owned enterprises. This, after U.S. officials push for new rules that could delist Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges.

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