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Global stocks are retreating from near historic highs currently after ending last week on a down note despite President-elect Biden’s announcements about $1.9 trillion new relief bill. Tesla stock underperformed Friday falling 2.23%, Facebook outperformed gaining 2.33%.

Equity markets are mostly down currently after a mixed session Thursday despite President-elect Biden’s proposal to spend additional $1.9 trillion to prop US economy. Facebook fell 2.38% underperforming market, Google shares lost 0.9% .

Global equities market is mixed currently following a mixed trading session Wednesday while the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives impeached President Trump for a second time after the market closed in US. Tesla shares closed 0.59% higher but lost 1.32% in after-hours trading as federal regulator asked Tesla to voluntarily recall 158,000 vehicles over safety-functions-related defect, Apple rose 1.62% outperforming market.

The political risks surrounding the impeachment of former US President Donald Trump, as well as rumors of his possible prosecution, have weakened the US dollar.Oil quotes renew highs and ignore reports of 2nd wave of coronavirus risks

Equities markets are up currently ahead of the unofficial start of earnings season on Friday as investors took profits on Monday after last weeks' records. Shares of Twitter tumbled 6.4% after the micro-blogging site permanently suspended President Trump's account. Apple fell 2.32% underperforming market, as smartphone shipments in China fell 20.4% in 2020 according to government data.

Global stocks have paused near historic highs currently as investors await President-elect Joe Biden’s announcements about “trillions” in new relief bills this week. Tesla stock outperformed Friday rallying 7.84% as its market capitalization hit $835 billion, above that of Facebook, Bitcoin fell over 11% from a day earlier to $35,828.06, at around 05:15 Central European Time (CET) today.

The Fed officials has not ruled out a significant increase in corporate taxes. Meanwhile, the American regulator will continue quantitative easing in the form of asset buybacks until the end of this year. Today, the Non-Farm Payrolls report for December is due in the US. The outlook is moderately negative.

Democrats won the US Senate elections in Georgia. They will now control the entire Senate. US President Joe Biden will be able to implement his reforms faster. Investors now hopethat increased economic stimulus will outweigh the negative effects of higher corporate taxes. This supports the growth of stock indices. Gold is falling in price amid increasing yields on US government bonds. Oil is rising in price today for the third day in a row thanks to a combination of positive factors.

Investors await the outcome of the Georgia Senate elections. OPEC+ has not reached agreement. Saudi Arabia will cut oil production in February-March, while Russia and Kazakhstan will increase it. However, overall production is expected to decline. This contributes to a confident growth of oil prices. Significant macroeconomic data to be released in the US and EU today.

Investors do not rule out that the Democrats' victory in the US Senate elections in Georgia may lead to higher corporate taxes, which will have a negative impact on the stock market and support the US dollar. Gold and oil are rising in price today against the background of the deteriorating situation in the Persian Gulf.

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