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KiplingerDec 03, 2020
5 Green Energy Stocks That Could Catch a 2021 Tailwind
Green energy stocks haven't always lived up to the hype. Despite years of continued adoption of solar, wind, hydroelectric and other power-generation sources, investing in the underlying companies has been a turbulent ride.

Fortunately, renewable energy stocks suddenly have friends in high places.

President-elect Joe Biden plans to invest $2 trillion in clean-energy initiatives over the next four years, with a loftier goal of making America a net-zero-emissions country by 2050. Obviously, just how much progress he can make remains largely up to the composition of Congress, but most analysts nonetheless expect a much more accommodative Washington for green energy over the next few years.

When you think of clean energy, you typically think of solar and wind, which have the biggest market share by far; they also have the distinction of being two of the fastest-growing employment sectors in the past decade, according to a 2020 Deloitte report. But there are other types of green energy - biomass, geothermal and hydropower among them. Not to mention, there are companies that help the green-energy fight without actually producing energy; think miners of lithium, which go into batteries that can be charged by renewable sources.

Adoption should only continue, too, as solar photovoltaics and onshore wind now are the cheapest ways to add new electricity-generating plants in most countries, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). It projects that total installed wind and solar PV capacity is on track to overtake natural gas in 2023 and coal in 2024.

"I see solar becoming the new king of the world's electricity markets," IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol said in a statement.

Read on as we look at five green energy stocks with more upside to come in 2021. Whether they're directly re


Forbes HeadlinesDec 03, 2020
WarnerMedia Follows The Money. 2021 Films Will Be On HBO Max Simultaneously - A Blow To Theaters
Warner Media just announced that its entire slate of seventeen 2021 films will be made available on HBO Max on the same day that they will be available in U. S. theaters. As studios follow the money, it is a massive blow to theaters.

Google Business NewsDec 03, 2020
The White House liaison to the Justice Department was banned from the building - CNN
The White House liaison to the Justice Department was banned from the building  CNNTrump aide banned from Justice after trying to get case info  Associated PressWhite House liaison barred from DOJ after pressing for sensitive information | TheHill  The HillTrump's 'eyes and ears' at the Justice Department reportedly banned from the building  The Week Magazine

MarketWatch MarketPulseDec 03, 2020
Oil futures settle higher as OPEC agrees to a gradual increase in production at the start of the year
Oil futures finished higher on Thursday, even as the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and their allies, a group known as OPEC , announced that they've reached an agreement to pare current production cuts of 7.7 million barrels per day to 7.2 million barrels per day beginning in January. That essentially raises their collective production by 500,000 barrels a day. The group said it will hold monthly OPEC and non-OPEC ministerial meetings starting in January to "assess market conditions and decide on further production adjustments for the following month, with further monthly adjustments being no more than 0.5 mb/d." January West Texas Intermediate crude rose 36 cents, or 0.8%, to settle at $45.64 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

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MarketWatchDec 03, 2020
The Wall Street Journal: U.S. talking deal with Huawei CFO accused of violating sanctions
The U.S. Justice Department is discussing a deal with Huawei Technologies Co. finance chief Meng Wanzhou that would allow her to return home to China from Canada, in exchange for admitting wrongdoing in a criminal case that has strained Beijing's relations with the U.S. and Canada, people familiar with the matter said.

NPR Topics: BusinessDec 03, 2020
'We're All Just In A Mess': Jobs Growth To Slow Sharply Amid Pandemic Hit
The Labor Department is expected to report Friday a sharp slowdown in job growth in November as a surge in coronavirus cases weighs on many businesses.
Washington Post BusinessDec 02, 2020
U.S. hiring slowed in November as coronavirus cases surged, ADP report says
Private payrolls added just 307,000 jobs last month, far less than the 475,000 forecast, data shows.
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