The following are the headlines discussed at Aldwin Callen's Monday morning briefing:
- In the most recent week, $62 billion was invested in US money market funds, the biggest level since April 2020.
- Despite persistently high infection rates, the Eurozone is suffering Covid-19 vaccine shortages (having exported millions of doses)
- The Federal Reserve has begun to request that large financial institutions evaluate the impact of climate change on their operations.
- The United States is considering raising tariffs on countries that impose additional levies on Google, Amazon, and Facebook.
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