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…

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