Coronavirus stimulus checks 2020: Congress has less than a month left
Despite the surge in coronavirus cases across the U.S., the negotiations for the second stimulus package remain in limbo. Congress was on leave for most of last week, and is scheduled to return on Monday. Last week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also finally agreed to restart negotiations on the coronavirus stimulus package (and possibly checks as well), but time is running out fast to work out a package in 2020.Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreCongress has fewer sessions left this yearEven though there is still a month left until the New Year, the time for official in-...
Finally, coronavirus stimulus checks negotiations are back on the table
Republicans and Democrats started negotiations on the next relief package in late July. After about two weeks of negotiations, the two sides went on recess with no decision on the relief package. Since then the two sides haven’t resumed negotiations. Now, there are hints that the two sides could restart negotiations on the next coronavirus relief package and stimulus checks.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreCoronavirus stimulus checks: Mnuchin, Pelosi to resume talksOn Thursday at a Senate Banking Committee hearing, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin informed that he had been speak...