The renewable energy sector was one of the best investment opportunities in 2020, as the new US administration plans to re-join the Paris Climate Accord and make the country a global leader on climate change policy.

Global financial markets slightly fall in Tuesday trade, retreating from their record highs over persistent anxieties about possible barriers to Joe Biden’s $1.9T fiscal pandemic-relief stimulus and the rising Covid-19 cases around the world.

Cryptocurrency market has witnessed a massive selling pressure in the past few days, with Bitcoin price falling below $29.000 for the first time since Jan. 05, 2021, on growing concerns over regulation attention and a widespread profit-taking after the extraordinary rally.

Global equities hit fresh record highs on improved risk sentiment, gaining support from Netflix’s robust corporate earnings, Biden’s inauguration, and the falling US dollar-Yields. Biden’s inauguration-A new American chapter:

We know economies will experience a burst of growth when the COVID pandemic ends. Partially because of pent-up demand, Partially due to an increase in productivity (gained during the pandemic), and lastly growth due to the return of sectors like hospitality.

China’s equity indices advance near all-time highs after the economy was reported to have grown 6.5% in the fourth quarter of 2020 compared to a year ago, beating expectations of 6.1%.

Global stock markets were on hold on Friday morning, digesting the details of the proposed $1.9T US stimulus plan by President-elect Joe Biden and ahead of President Trump’s potential impeachment trial.

Crude oil prices rise to pre-pandemic 11-month highs, gaining support from Saudi Arabia’s 1 million bpd supply cuts, together with the fall of the US dollar, the oil demand recovery bets, and the lower crude inventories.

The US dollar has been the top performing currency since last week, gaining support from a spike in US Treasury yields, the Biden’s stimulus agenda, hopes for US economic growth and expectations for higher inflation.


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