Market euphoria reached unprecedented levels this week as markets and stocks reached new highs while political unrest shook this country’s core.
Late Saturday morning, several news outlets called Joe Biden elected as President. Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes went to former Vice President Joe Biden
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The escalating tensions have many market analysts worried that the trade war between the U.S. and China which began before the outbreak could escalate into a full-scale and global event.
The carnage in equity markets continued this week as the spread of COVID-19 expanded across the globe. Volatility seemed to surge on each new headline with regards to the virus.
The continued spread of the novel coronavirus outside of China was the top concern for most news outlets this week. The friction between President Trump and the House of Representatives continued to escalate this week, even as his impeachment Trial in the Senate came to its conclusion.
1. The New Year got underway with a torrent of news. Market volatility skyrocketed this week as Iran followed through on its threat to retaliate for America’s airstrike that killed one of its top commanders last week. 2. The seasonally adjusted number of Americans filing initial claims for state unemployment dropped by 9,000 claims from…
The U.S.-China trade negotiation continues to be the top factor for market volatility. The impeachment inquiry into President Trump’s dealings with Ukraine also resumed this week, and it appears that the House will proceed with drafting formal articles of impeachment.
It was a heavy news week as the Federal Reserve took further action on interest rates, the October Non-Farm Payrolls report was released, and the impeachment inquiry into U.S. President Donald Trump gained traction in the House of Representatives.