Carl Quintanilla

JPMORGAN: “We remain optimistic that governments can continue to gradually remove restrictions as the vaccine rollout gains momentum, and that will allow for a powerful rebound in growth during the middle quarters of this year.”

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Here we go. Treasury cash held at the Fed continues to decline. This trend will accelerate as the government gets going on the $1.9 trillion package.

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A global cybersecurity crisis is underway after a Chinese hack targeted Microsoft's business email software, infecting at least 60,000 victims so far via @technology 

Would you like an ice cream with your Sputnik V dose? Russia’s Covid-19 vaccine is being avoided at home, while it’s being embraced abroad. Meanwhile Putin wants more medical consultations before he’ll get vaccinated. @georgikantchev ⁩

THE DOUBLE WHAMMY OF THE GEORGIA ELECTION With the Senate's passage of the stimulus, the fiscal policy impact of the Georgia election is obvious. In today's @markets  newsletter, I wrote about how it was also a monetary policy event. Sign up here:

Andrew Bailey looks to the post-Covid future as the economy recovers from the pandemic. And he considers some of the structural changes we might see.

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Romania’s foreign minister urges the European Union to take a tougher stance against Russia’s “provocative and assertive” relationship with the bloc

Still many fine details to address, but the final product will be fantastic. There’s nothing else even close.

Emerging-market currencies are selling off today the most vs the dollar going back to last March.

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One year into the pandemic, we can clearly see that the social and economic impact of the virus is particularly hard for women. In response we must #ChooseToChallenge  women’s roles at home, at work and in our society. Read my latest blog post #IWD2021 

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