Forex Today: Stocks, Crude Oil Hit New Highs

Yesterday, a record high number of 12,009 coronavirus deaths were reported globally.

Coronavirus daily global death tolls are continuing to increase sharply to new highs 60% higher than the former record peak made last April. Deaths in Latin America and the Caribbean continuing to fall, while rising strongly elsewhere, notably in Europe and in the U.S.A. The U.S.A. accounts for about 22% of global coronavirus deaths, Europe 47%, with Latin America at 19%.

The European Union is now seeing new coronavirus cases begin to fall, but is still more afflicted than any other geographical area, as lockdowns have an effect. New cases in the E.U. are considerably higher than in the U.S., with a higher amount of deaths too. However, these numbers are still increasing in the U.S. while the rate of new cases is clearly starting to decline in the E.U. although deaths continue to increase.

Total confirmed new coronavirus cases stand at over 60.3 million with an average case fatality rate of 2.35%.

The rate of new coronavirus infections appears to now be increasing most quickly in Albania, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Burma, Canada, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Honduras, Indonesia, Iran, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mali, Mexico, Pakistan, Panama, Paraguay, Russia, Serbia, Sudan, Sweden, Turkey, U.S.A., Ukraine, and Uruguay.

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