President / Economics Policy / Michael Mckee

Republican opposition to virus aid for states and cities could be a big stumbling block for President Biden's new stimulus plan. Bloomberg's Economics and Policy correspondent Michael McKee has a look at what that might mean.

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2017 ➡️ 2021. @PepsiCo  announced a listing transfer to @NASDAQ  on December 19, 2017. Trading under symbol $PEP, PepsiCo's brands have long defined popular culture, and remain a key fixture in the Nasdaq family. Learn more as we celebrate #Nasdaq50 :

This week, I had the incredible opportunity to moderate the shareholder Q&A with Charlie Munger at the Daily Journal Annual Meeting. I've included some of my favorite highlights from Munger's worldly wisdom on business, investing, and life. THREAD 👇👇👇🧵

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For reference, here are the major corrections in Bitcoin from prior all-time highs...

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Governments have never, since 1694, repaid their debts. They have inflated them away, but never repaid them. There’s a good reason. It’s an exceptionally unwise thing to do if you don’t want to crash the economy. So why is this government determined to do what’s never been done?

Some countries are sharpening their Covid-19 vaccination pitches to the public: Get a shot or face a penalty.

Cuomo, facing pressure from Democrats, agrees to independent probe of sexual harassment allegations

One big lie that promoters spout often is you need to just hold & never sell in order to reap the biggest rewards in the stock market & while that might be true with blue-chips like $AAPL $AMZN $BRK.A $TSLA it's the exact opposite of how to treat pumped up/junky OTCs/penny stocks

The America First economic nationalist agenda to lift wages: 1. Raise Minimum Wage 2. Border Sovereignty 3. Toughness in Trade Let’s empower the middle class, make one-earner families possible again. #ChalkTalk 

The #USCitizenship  Act would provide a much-needed path to citizenship for millions of immigrants. Congress has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform a long-failed immigration system. The time is now. #WeAreHome 

"...if passed, their package would make American employers and employees even more conscious of nationality. Any aspiring immigrant workers and their families — here legally or not — may unavoidably bear an even larger stigma than they do today."

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