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One year after the latest bull market began, stock futures are drooping this morning.
Today the chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will speak about the economy before a House committee. While Yellen foresees full employment by next year, Powell is expected to take a more cautiously optimistic tone.
Meanwhile, a group of health experts said this morning that AstraZeneca’s vaccine trial data may actually include outdated information. This news comes as the rate of virus infections increases across the U.S.
And Joe Biden is crafting what is shaping up to be a $3 trillion infrastructure proposal.
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According to White House press secretary Jen Psaki, President Joe Biden asks former President Barack Obama for advice on a “regular” basis.
In an briefing yesterday, Psaki said: “…They were not just the President and Vice President; they are friends, and they consult and talk about a range of issues. And, you know, I would expect that continues through the course of President Biden’s presidency. That can be done over the phone, it turns out… They keep in regular touch and our teams are in regular touch about a range of issues.”
She suggested that the former President and Vice President duo would also discuss the issue of healthcare.
Psaki’s reveal about the depth of the Biden-Obama relationship is merely the latest signal that Biden is unfit for presidency. Last week he stumbled up the stairs to Air Force One. That same week referred to Kamala Harris as “President Harris.”
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