Companies are increasingly suspending or reducing dividends Government loan rules and credit market turmoil crimp balance sheets Goldman says S&P 500 dividends will reduce 38% in the next nine months Investors are saying goodbye to their dividends as companies suspend payouts amid the COVID-19 crisi
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Crude oil futures have surged more than 20% More than 6.6 million Americans filed for unemployment insurance last week More than 990,000 coronavirus cases have been reported globally. U.S. stocks rose in volatile trading on hopes that the oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia will soon end,