Today, we have important and interesting data on employment and wages in December, as well as the most recent measure of consumer sentiment, through which we will discover whether the current restrictions related to the Coronavirus translate in some way to our economic expectations and our willingness to buy. In the world, attention will likely be focused on the first moves and decisions of the new president of the United States, as well as on the European Central Baku meeting and the press conference that follows this meeting. The mood in the financial markets is very good at the moment.

Took power By the new president of the United States It is always a very important event and it is difficult for anything to compete with it that day. It was the same on Wednesday. The ceremony went smoothly, and President Biden’s emotional speech had nothing to do with economic characteristics. While Among the dozens of decisions Biden made on his first day in office, there were several important economic decisions: This is among other things The United States returns to the Paris Agreement Concerning the joint response to climate change in the world, or removing some of the obstacles and restrictions imposed on immigration to the United States.

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