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With two COVID-19 vaccines approved in the U.S. and more fiscal stimulus about to be deployed...
Enjoy today’s cyclical bounce, prepare for tomorrow’s structural risk.
The major U.S. stock indexes gained in a holiday-shortened trading week. Asian markets also rose, while European markets were mixed.
With two COVID-19 vaccines approved in the U.S. and more fiscal stimulus about to be deployed, there is a clear bridge (vaccine) to post-COVID normalcy and abutments (stimulus) that should keep the recovery on course.
U.S. stocks finished the week with solid gains; the major indexes posted records on Thursday and Friday
U.S. stocks finished the week with solid gains; investors looked past political turmoil and a disappointing jobs report to focus on prospects for more fiscal stimulus as Democrats gained control of the Senate. The major indexes closed at records on Thursday and Friday.
Global stock markets ended a holiday-shortened week — and a tumultuous year — on an upbeat note. The rally was attributed to hopes for a synchronous global recovery in 2021.
U.S. stocks were mixed during a holiday-shortened week; the Dow and NASDAQ posted modest gains; the S&P 500 posted a slight loss. Markets in Asia and Europe also were mixed.