Coronavirus hurting the economy

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Coronavirus hurting the economy

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The main point of this article is to inform the reader about the impact covid has had on our economy.
Personally, I chose this article because I am very interested in the stock market and our economy and I feel like this article is right along the lines of that.
This article shows how during this pandemic, the S&P 500 fell 21 percent and how by the end of 2020 we could see another recession. It also shows how if president Trump went through with the Payroll Tax Cut Act then we would have a lesser chance of recession.
This is an important article because the economy is what America runs on and covid played a huge role in its downfall during the pandemic.
There is definitely more of a conservative bias because it is from Fox News and it talks positively about Trump's economic policies.
In my opinion, during a time like this the media should not have a bias because the virus does not care about your political views. What I mean by that is we need to be informed about the virus with facts and not opinions from the left side of the media and the right side. So the medias only responsibility should be to inform the American people with facts.

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