U.S. senators face calls to resign for dumping stock before coronavirus crash
Friday, 20 March 2020 () Two Republican senators faced calls on Friday that they resign over reports they sold substantial amounts of stock ahead of the global coronavirus-induced market meltdown after receiving closed-door briefings on the outbreak.
U.S. Senators Sold Stocks After Coronavirus Briefings in January Four U.S. senators sold stocks after receiving briefings in late January about the emerging threat of the coronavirus. Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) sold their shares before the market plunged due to the...
New York Stock Exchange Prepares for All-Electronic Trading The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has caused yet another institution to halt regular operation. As of March 23, the stock exchange has moved..