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Reflation nation? This time, post-crisis tailwinds favor banks, and the economy

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Banks spent nearly the entire post-financial crisis cycle going nowhere. This may be their moment, in the wake of the covid crisis. See full story (link).

Biden plans to distribute COVID-19 vaccine doses immediately

President-elect Joe Biden plans to distribute available doses of the COVID-19 vaccines when he comes into office --- which is the latest proposal made by government officials in the U.S. and abroad who are trying to speed up a slow and complicated vaccination rollout. See full story (link).

Tesla stock approaches $900 in its longest-ever winning streak, as another analyst leaves bear camp

Tesla Inc. stock vies for $900 in its longest winning run on record. See full story (link).

This fund manager says Amazon and other large-cap tech companies will make lots of money for investors for years to come

Scott Berg of T. Rowe Price has been successful following a 'durable quality growth' strategy. See full story (link).

Bitcoin's parabolic price surge near $42,000 may be the 'mother of all bubbles'

BofA Global Research in their weekly "The Flow Show" report dated Jan. 7, raises the question as to whether bitcoin's price move represents the "mother of all bubbles." See full story (link).

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Sellers are growing more hesitant about whether now is a good time to sell, which could hurt home sales in the coming month, a new report suggests. See full story (link).

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