Investors appear to be leaping into precious metals, expecting inflation to eventually take hold and skyrocket due to such a drastic increase in the global money supply.
La escalada en tensiones geopolíticas compite ahora con el coronavirus por cobertura en medios de comunicación. Es de esperar que la volatilidad siga siendo extrema mientras la pandemia continúa fuera de control y los Estados Unidos y China inician una nueva ronda de confrontaciones burocráticas.
1. Escalating geopolitical tensions are now competing with the coronavirus for top media coverage. Market volatility can be expected to remain extreme as the pandemic continues unchecked and the U.S. and China begin yet another tit-for-tat exchange of bureaucratic hostilities. 2. The seasonally adjusted number of Americans filing initial claims for state unemployment reversed course…
Virus cases continued to increase substantially, particularly in the U.S. and some experts now estimate that up to 1 in 150 Americans may now be infected with the coronavirus.
COVID-19 continues to generate uncertainty however as more countries begin easing their lockdowns and undertake monitoring for a potential wave of secondary outbreaks.
“Even as businesses see a resumption in customer traffic, many in the U.S. appear to be having trouble getting their employees to come back to work.”
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.
It was another shortened trading week as the U.S. celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King on Monday. The impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump got underway in full this week and the expected political wrangling and mud-slinging did not disappoint.
It was another news-filled week, particularly with regards to the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute. The Senate impeachment trial for President Donald J. Trump also began its initial stages this week and will likely eclipse news from mainstream media outlets over the coming weeks.
It was a shortened trading week due to the timing of the Christmas holiday period this year. The impeachment of Donald J. Trump was pushed to the back burner as Congress left Washington, D.C. for its Christmas break and media outlets began their usual year-end reviews of the markets.