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27 Dec 2020
Like many other New Yorkers, Darwin Romero lost his job to the pandemic. He decided to walk the streets of the city as Santa Claus to make some money on Christmas Eve. But money is scarce as few people leave their homes amid the coronavirus pandemic. "He is a joyful character who inspires love, who brings peace to the world, at least at Christmas," Darwin says as he dons a Santa Claus costume.
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If you're anxious about earnings, you're not alone. They're getting revised down into 2019 and the S&P 500 is on track for its worst month since 2009 - despite still-strong GDP growth at 3.5% and employment near a half-century low.
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