Uncertainty in the US monetary policy was good news for South American economies.
Stocks rose, hovering around all-time highs, as optimism about earnings and the economy's recovery overshadowed fears about the virus & monetary policy changes.
As NYT reports, once the FDA issues full approval for the COVID-19 vaccine produced by Pfizer and BioNTech, Pfizer is seeing a lot of interest in markets.
China's economy is showing serious signs of a struggle; the Delta variant is rampant, and the US Federal Reserve's approach is unclear.
According to minutes from the July meeting, the US Federal Reserve was not yet ready to begin official "taper talk" late last month.
While many oil companies are migrating to renewable energies, Exxon adamantly sticks to crude oil.
As China's GDP goes down, Alibaba (BABA), Tencent (TCEHY), and JD.com (JD) were all losing market share.
The financial markets reacted to China's disappointing data and resurgence of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
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