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This morning stock futures slipped slightly, after a record-breaking rally on Friday.
Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, cemented the central bank’s commitment to easy monetary policy.
In an interview, he said, “I think it’s highly unlikely that we would raise rates anything like this year. I’m in a position to guarantee that the Fed will do everything we can to support the economy for as long as it takes to complete the recovery.”
Meanwhile, on the vaccine front, the version of the virus that was first discovered in South Africa is apparently able to avoid some of the protections associated with the Pfizer vaccine.
And President Joe Biden is slated to meet with a bipartisan group of lawmakers regarding his $2 trillion infrastructure plan.
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This morning Microsoft just announced a huge new deal with Nuance Communications, which is a speech recognition company, in the latest acquisition hinting at Microsoft’s desire for more growth.
The deal is estimated to be worth $16 billion.
On his Twitter page, the CEO of the company wrote: “AI is technology’s most important priority, and healthcare is its most urgent application. Together with Nuance, we will put advanced AI solutions into the hands of professionals to drive better decision-making and create more meaningful connections.”
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