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Letter #17 - US oil market collapse / 18k+ cases in India

Today's topics: Daily tracker - Oil market collapse - Testing updates - Economic impact - News in Tec
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Letter #17 - US oil market collapse / 18k+ cases in India
By @salmanmushir • Issue #17 • View online
Today’s topics: Daily tracker - Oil market collapse - Testing updates - Economic impact - News in Tech - Other recommendations

Daily tracker
Outbreak in India
NDTV
Biggest 24-hour jump in India #COVID19 deaths, recovery rate spikes too https://t.co/UfQ5XF46Wt https://t.co/nJ7P8gUqZi
Outbreak globally
Al Jazeera English
#Coronavirus updates:

• US oil futures plunged below 0 for the first time in history
• Cases rise to more than 2.4 million
• US accounts for about a quarter of all deaths as total toll exceeds 170,000
• Italy reports a slight drop in active cases https://t.co/RfGrWr4tPl https://t.co/ixaftdO7S7
Related news
The US oil market undergoes historic collapse
US crude oil futures settled at a value below zero for the first time in history. However, the contract structure of oil trading means there’s more nuance when it comes to the current value of oil, so don’t expect to be filling up your car for free anytime soon. source: twitter
Testing updates
Economic impact
News in Tech
Facebook releases county-by-county maps showing people reporting COVID-19 symptoms
Miscellaneous recommendations
Podcast: Under attack: WHO and the coronavirus pandemic
And, here's a letter from Naresh on @lettersaboutcovid19
This newsletter is created by - @salmanmushir, from Bangalore, India. I host a podcast called Salman Needs A Job, and I create content about jobs on my Instagram and YouTube. Other projects: lifepro.tools, 21 days later.
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