The Nasdaq tumbled on Tuesday as investors dumped high-flying technology stocks, while Tesla tracked its worst day in almost six months after a surprise exclusion from the S&P 500 index of leading U.S. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.25 per cent, the S&P 500 lost 2.78 per cent, and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 4.11 per cent on Wall Street today.
When they arrived in a no-man's land between the countries, Kolesnikova ripped her passport into small pieces to make it impossible for Ukrainian authorities to allow her to enter. Belarus, which means White Russia, is a Russian-majority state in Eastern Europe. Tikhanovskaya, Kolesnikova and a third woman Veronika Tsepkalo, fronted the campaign against Lukashenko which drew enthusiastic support at rallies.
The UK is reportedly planning new legislation that will override key parts of the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement - a step that, if implemented, could jeopardise a treaty signed in January and stoke tension in Northern Ireland . The British government said the publication of planned legislation on Wednesday is meant to tie up some "loose ends" where there was a need for "legal certainty".
He adds: "While the conventional wisdom is that most tech companies will follow Facebook's lead and allow their staff to work from home, we expect professional services to follow suit, from accounting to law firms". Workers who need to return to the office will be able to do so as of June while adhering to enhanced safety measures. The extension of work from home policies are expected to help some companies to redesign their office spaces to maintain social distancing measures .
The federal government has blamed the lockdown in Victoria for dragging Australia deeper into its first recession in almost 30 years, while other states have largely reopened their economies. Moving between the stages of the roadmap relies on new infections dropping to five or fewer in one major step, and no new cases for two weeks for the final phase.
Britain formally left the 27-member bloc on January 31 - almost four years after a divisive referendum that crippled the country politically and saw two prime ministers resign. "And what they would be doing in that would be undermining the Good Friday Agreement which is an agreement voted for by the vast majority of people on the island of Ireland, they'd be risking a hard border in our country and they'd be threatening the peace and security that we've built up over decades".