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It looks like more bad news to start the day for the Dow, as futures indicate more losses this morning. Despite continued good news on the vaccine front, Wall Street is focusing more on the spiking virus cases across the country.

There have now been more than 250,000 deaths tied to the pandemic, with yesterday’s toll passing 1,800. Yesterday, there were more than 170,000 new cases recorded. So far, there have been more than 11.5 million instances of the virus in the U.S.

The New York City school system transitioned back to remote learning as cases continue to increase.

And AstraZeneca released some good news about its vaccine. 

In other news, Georgia is set to report the numbers from its hand count of votes. 

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Nick Giambruno, of Casey Research, just got his hands on a leaked plan from Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi… And it’s downright scary.

If you’ve got over $5,000 in a U.S. bank, credit union, or in a retirement account… You are at risk.
The idea behind Pelosi’s plan has the backing of Bill Gates, the Clinton Foundation, Visa, J.P. Morgan… Even the Fed is getting ready for “the “switch.”
All evidence suggests it will get under way January 1, 2021.
Watch urgent update on “the Switch” here…



This is how a Christmas candlemaker is adapting to the virusImage Source: Reuters

Alexios Gerakis is a candlemaker who lives in Thessaloniki, and his business has felt the impact of the pandemic’s second wave, which included a nationwide lockdown that expires in a couple weeks.

On Monday, there were 78,825 infections reported, and 1,228 deaths altogether. On Monday alone, 2,198 new cases were tallied, along with 58 deaths.

“Because of the times, we are trying to convey a message that health comes first, then everything else,” Gerakis said.

So when he created his Christmas candles this year, he made sure that even Santa was wearing a surgical mask over his beard.

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