Senators expect coronavirus stimulus bill this week, but without checks
Despite months of negotiations, lawmakers have been unable to come up with a stimulus package. Now, with just three weeks left until the end of the year, it seems we might finally see a package. A bipartisan group of Senators said Sunday that details about the next coronavirus stimulus package, which may not include checks, could come early this week. Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and more New proposal coming this weekOn Sunday, Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia told CNN that they are close to an agreement, and the proposal could come this week, possibly Monday. Warner is part ...
Coronavirus stimulus checks: McConnell rejects $900B bipartisan bill as talks restart
A stimulus deal before the year end looks highly unlikely now. Yesterday, we reported about a bipartisan effort to break the stimulus logjam. The bipartisan group revealed their $900 billion stimulus package late Tuesday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, however, was quick to reject the bipartisan coronavirus stimulus package, dimming hopes of a package and checks before the end of the year.Q3 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreTalks restart, but McConnell reiterates push for targeted billOn Tuesday, McConnell reiterated his push for a “targeted relief bill” this year, and rej...