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Russia To Start Mass Vaccination Of Its Population Monday

The Russian government announced that mass coronavirus vaccination of the population is to begin Monday after earlier in the week President Vladimir Putin ordered the broader vaccination rollout. The official overseeing the efforts, Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova, said Friday “The country’s president announced a mass vaccination beginning on Monday, that is, on January 18, 2021,” according…

Stocks Suffer Worst Start To A Year Since The Dot-Com Crash

The re-awakening of “Blue Wave” risk… Source: Bloomberg …along with escalating pandemic-related lockdowns/restrictions (worse than expected vaccination roll-out and hospitalization panic-mongering like we saw in 2018 due to the flu) sparked the worst start to a year for the S&P since 2001… The entire market was hit with a selling wave at the cash open…

Is An Upside Start To 2021 Setting Up For A Classic Rug-Pull?

Real Investment Advice’s Lance Roberts explains in a Monday morning market update that the stock market could see additional upside but warns a correction could be nearing.  Roberts tells investors stocks could be setting up for another push higher as momentum and margin debt increases as this may generate the classic “rug-pull” scenario, resulting in a 10-20%…

After Duke's 2-2 Start, Coach Krzyzewski Says Its Time To End The Season Due To COVID

At a time when the country is literally days away from getting a vaccine and most sports – including the NBA, NHL, NFL and MLB have forged ahead with their seasons and/or have plans to forge ahead close to normal in 2021 – Duke university Coach Mike Krzyzewski appears to be throwing in the towel on…

Biden Is Off To A Bad Start Under Progressive Pressure

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, Under Progressive pressure, Biden ponders canceling $50,000 in student loans. Rogue Executive Actions  Biden is already bending to the wishes of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders to want to forgive student loans.  On Monday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Biden ‘Considering’ Forgiving $50,000 in Student Loan Debt via Executive…

Biden Advisors To Start Meeting With Vaccine-Makers In Latest Hint Of Collusion

Not long ago, senior Trump Administration officials, including DHHS head Alex Azar, confirmed that Joe Biden and his team were briefed on the results of the Pfizer Phase 3 vaccine trial before the Trump Administration, a brazen gesture of disrespect toward a sitting president. Now, in the latest indication that the Pfizer vaccine news was…

Goldman Pinpoints Temperature Below Which COVID-19 Outbreaks Start To Accelerate

In a recent note to clients, a team of researchers at Goldman Sachs took a close look at temperatures and studied whether there was a correlation with temperatures. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the team found a strong negative correlation between confirmed cases and temperature, with the number of the former going up while the number for the…

More than 600,000 lose jobs as UK faces ‘biggest employment crisis in at least 25 years’ (Oh, no, MUCH worse than that and planned from the start to secure mass dependency – CONTROL)

More than 600,000 people fell off payrolls between March and May as experts warned that the UK is on course for its biggest jobs crisis in at least a quarter of a century. Universal credit and jobseeker’s allowance claims jumped 23.3 per cent between April and May to 2.8 million, the latest official figures show….

Police are warned refusing to take a knee could START trouble

Hertfordshire Constabulary has warned police officers about not taking the kneeThey say officers who do not make the solidarity gesture may become targetsOne senior detective has branded the whole process as ‘absurd’ A police force has angered officers by warning that they may face consequences if they decline to ‘take the knee’ at anti-racism protests.  Hertfordshire…

This Is Just The Start”: US Bankruptcies Soar 48% In May, Most Since Financial Crisis

All that was missing was a catalyst; one which according to & Bloomberg & arrived in late May as retail landlords started sending out thousands of default notices to tenants, who in turn experienced a collapse in foot traffic, sales and cash flow due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and were simply unable to pay their…