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NYTimes BusinessNov 24, 2020
Markets Throw a Welcome Party of Sorts for Biden
Wall Street notched records, as relief settled in that the election is over and Janet Yellen will be the Treasury secretary in the next administration.

Biden says transition outreach from Trump administration has been 'sincere' - CNN (Google Business News)

Yahoo BusinessNov 24, 2020
Should You Buy Marijuana Stocks As Biden Begins Transition?

Forbes HeadlinesNov 24, 2020
Biden's Stock Market Is Off To A Faster Start Than Trump's
With the Dow Jones breaking 30,000 for the first time it shows that stocks have started off stronger under President-elect Biden than they did under President-elect Trump four years ago.

MarketWatchNov 24, 2020
NewsWatch: Dow ends above 30,000 for first time on progress toward a coronavirus vaccine and a Biden administration
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Tuesday, with the Dow surpassing the 30,000 landmark, as investors cheered progress towards a COVID-19 vaccine and towards the inauguration of a Biden administration.

MarketWatchNov 24, 2020
Janet Yellen is poised to become Treasury secretary in a Biden cabinet — and here's what that means for cash-strapped American families
‘We are in for very, very rough economic times,' one analyst tells MarketWatch.

KiplingerNov 24, 2020
Stock Market Today: Dow Lunges Over 30,000 as Recovery Rally Continues
The Dow Jones Industrial Average crossed the 30,000 threshold for the first time Tuesday as investors seemed to cheer what they hope will be a less politically tumultuous next couple months.

The General Services Administration on Monday evening acknowledged Joe Biden's presidential election victory, allowing the already-delayed presidential transition process to move forward. Biden spent Tuesday introducing new members of national security and foreign policy teams, though the biggest excitement on Wall Street came from Monday's reports that former Fed chair Janet Yellen could be America's next Treasury Secretary.

SEE MORE 15 Best Stocks to Buy for the Joe Biden Presidency Financial stocks such as JPMorgan Chase (JPM, 4.6%) and American Express (AXP, 3.7%) raced out of the blocks, as did the Dow's lone energy component, Chevron (CVX, 5.0%). But it wasn't just the "rotation" at work today: Communication services plays such as Disney (DIS, 3.8%) and Comcast (

Google Business NewsNov 24, 2020
Mnuchin Plans to Put $455 Billion Beyond Yellen's Easy Reach - msnNOW
Mnuchin Plans to Put $455 Billion Beyond Yellen's Easy Reach  msnNOWBiden makes historic nomination for Treasury Secretary, announces other nominees  ABC NewsIf Congress doesn't act, a lot of damage will be done between now and February: Fmr. Treasury Sec.  CNBC TelevisionJanet Yellen is the treasury secretary we need right now  The Washington PostYellen Is an Excellent Choice for Treasury Secretary  BloombergView Full Coverage on Google News

Yahoo BusinessNov 24, 2020
Biden's plans will help those ‘fearful of outliving their retirement savings'

MarketWatchNov 24, 2020
Market Snapshot: Dow ends above 30,000 for first time on progress toward a coronavirus vaccine and a Biden administration
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Tuesday, with the Dow surpassing the 30,000 landmark, as investors cheered progress towards a COVID-19 vaccine and towards the inauguration of a Biden administration.

Wall Street Journal US BusinessNov 24, 2020
Yellen Will Confront a Cooling Economic Recovery, Uncertain Stimulus Prospects
President-elect Joe Biden's pick to be Treasury secretary will play a key role pushing for more aid for an economy battered by the coronavirus pandemic and related shutdowns.

NPR Topics: BusinessNov 16, 2020
Paulson: U.S. And China Compete For Technological, Innovative Superiority
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson about the U.S. and China, and the pressure on the incoming Biden administration to tackle the economic issues between the two.
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