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Cementos Pacasmayo S.A.A. (NYSE:CPAC) announced its quarterly earnings data on Sunday. The construction company reported $0.15 EPS for the quarter, beating analysts’ consensus estimates of $0.08 by $0.07, Yahoo Finance reports. Cementos Pacasmayo S.A.A. had a net margin of 3.28% and a return on equity of 2.74%. Shares of NYSE CPAC traded up $0.24 during […]
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Cementos Pacasmayo ADR (NYSE:CPAC)’s share price crossed above its 200-day moving average during trading on Thursday . The stock has a 200-day moving average of $7.49 and traded as high as $7.70. Cementos Pacasmayo shares last traded at $7.70, with a volume of 1,542 shares traded. Separately, Zacks Investment Research raised Cementos Pacasmayo from a […]
Donald Trump has dramatically shifted his tone on the coronavirus. In recent days, he's gone from saying the fear of the virus a "hoax" meant to undermine him and inaccurately comparing COVID-19 to the flu to acknowledging it's a "pandemic." Trump claims he hasn't changed his stance, but the transformation has been noticed by both the mainstream and conservative media. Fox News host Tucker Carlson called out Republicans who were downplaying the virus on his show March 9. A few days later, Trump started to shift his approach to the virus. Fox News and other conservative outlets have now started highlighting the administration's response to the coronavirus crisis and broadcasting health officials' guidance to their viewers, listeners, and readers. Fox & Friends has even started practicing social distancing on air. Republican lawmakers like Rep. Matt Gaetz are now promoting CDC guidance and the administration's coronavirus response, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is demanding his members fall in line to pass a coronavirus relief package through Congress.
President Donald Trump has not been tested for coronavirus and is not in self-quarantine despite coming into contact with a member of a Brazilian delegation that has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus. White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham said in a statement that Trump and Vice President Mike Pence "had almost no interactions with the individual who tested positive and do not require being tested at this time." Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's press secretary, who Brazilian media reports has tested positive for the coronavirus, posted a picture on Instagram of himself standing directly beside Trump and Pence at the Mar-a-Lago club this past weekend. Republican Sens. Rick Scott and Lindsey Graham did go into quarantine after potentially coming into contact with the group. Graham received a test for coronavirus. Several Republican members of Congress entered self-quarantine out of an abundance of caution after coming into contact with an infected individual at the Conservative Political Action Conference in late February.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been tested for the novel coronavirus, according to Brazilian media reports. Less than a week ago, Bolsonaro sat side-by-side with President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. Fabio Wajngarten, Bolsonaro's press secretary, has tested positive for coronavirus. He was photographed standing next to Trump five days ago. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been tested for coronavirus and is being monitored, Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo reported on Thursday , which comes just days after he sat side-by-side with US President Donald Trump at his Florida resort in Mar-a-Lago. Bolsonaro's communications chief Fabio Wajngarten has tested positive for the virus, the Rio de Janeiro-based newspaper O Globo reported on Thursday. Trump and Bolsonaro were photographed sitting next to each other. President @realDonaldTrump met with President @jairbolsonaro of Brazil yesterday in Florida! 🇺🇸🇧🇷 pic.twitter.com/SAWeOLbZqD — The White House (@WhiteHouse) March 8, 2020 Trump was also photographed standing next to Wajngarten five days before he tested positive for coronavirus.
The US Capitol and all House and Senate offices are being closed to the public until April 1 due to coronavirus. This news came a day after it was reported a Senate staffer tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. The Pentagon is also cancelling tours until further notice. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Congress is shutting down the US Capitol and all House and Senate offices to the public until April 1 due to the novel coronavirus, the Associated Press reported , which the World Health Organization declared a pandemic on Wednesday. This move is "out of concern for the health and safety of congressional employees as well as the public," the House and Senate sergeants at arms said, per AP. Lawmakers, aides, journalists, and official visitors will continue to be granted access to the buildings. This announcement came a day after it was reported an aide in the office of Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell of Washington had tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
President Donald Trump said he would be imposing a 30-day travel ban on Europe in order to tackle the coronavirus outbreak in the US on Wednesday. He also said he would ask Congress to give immediate payroll tax relief to Americans and would instruct the Small Business Association (SBA) to provide economic waivers to small businesses. The disease has so far infected over 1,000 people and killed at least 38 others in the US. Globally, the number of infections has topped 121,000. Trump's comments come after the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic . Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he would ask Congress to give immediate payroll tax relief to Americans and would instruct the Small Business Association (SBA) to provide economic waivers to small businesses. Speaking at in the Oval Office on Wednesday night, Trump also announced a 30-day travel ban to and from people coming from Europe and said healthcare companies have agreed to waive all copayments for all coronavirus treatments. " We are responding with great speed and professionalism," Trump said on the US response to tackling the coronavirus outbreak in the US, which has so far infected over 1,000 people and killed at least 38 others .
A Fox News guest who visited CPAC downplayed the coronavirus's efficacy by referring to his own symptoms. Matt Schlapp, the husband of former White House strategic communications director Mercedes Schlapp and the chairman of a pro-Trump group, said he personally "never had a symptom." "People become near hysterical when they feel like they could get this virus very easily," Schlapp said. "And what the CPAC experience has taught the whole country … is that it's actually hard to get it." The World Health Organization on Wednesday classified the COVID-19 disease as a global pandemic, after over 110,000 people were infected and 4,200 died, the majority of cases in China. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . A Fox News guest who visited the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where an attendee tested positive for the coronavirus, downplayed the virus's efficacy by referring to his own nonexistent symptoms. Matt Schlapp, the husband of former White House strategic communications director Mercedes Schlapp and the chairman of the pro-Trump American Conservative Union, said he personally "never had a symptom" from the coronavirus, and brushed aside worries after at least one attendee tested positive. "One thing we've learned is, even when there's an infected person amongst thousands ... it's very, very difficult to contract this virus," Schlapp said on Fox News on Wednesday morning. "People become near hysterical when they feel like they could get this virus very easily," Schlapp added. "And what the CPAC experience has taught the whole country ... is that it's actually hard to get it." At least five Republican congressional lawmakers have self-quarantined themselves after attending CPAC, which was held between February 26-29 in Maryland.
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