Climate crisis front and centre: Joe Biden’s first month as President

On Thursday February 18th, US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen pushed for President Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package saying it was needed to address the pain Americans are facing. She dismissed the notion that it would cause inflation in the future, claiming that the benefits of the package outweigh the costs. The near $2 trillion stimulus comesContinue reading “Climate crisis front and centre: Joe Biden’s first month as President”

Investment opportunities in a post-Covid world

While the coronavirus is still very present in our daily lives, and the pandemic rages on around the world, there might be a light at the end of the tunnel. As vaccines begin to roll out around the world, it is likely that we will see a continued economic recovery, and the sectors that wereContinue reading “Investment opportunities in a post-Covid world”

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