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Today's Events for Sep 21, 2020

Events in the US Today (EDT):
8:00am - Donald Trump Interview
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Fox & Friends via Telephone
8:30am - Chicago Fed National Activity [1/3 Volatility]
10:00am - Fed Chair Powell Speaks [3/3 Volatility]
11:30am - 3&6 Month Bill Auctions [1/3 Volatility]
12:00pm - FOMC Member Brainard Speaks [2/3 Volatility]
The House meets for session
5:00pm - Donald Trump delivers remarks on Fighting for the American Worker
Toledo Express Airport, Swanton, OH
6:00pm - FOMC Members Kaplan & Williams Speak [2/3 Volatility]
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the liberal icon who served for 27 years on the Supreme Court, has died at age 87.
The USA has passed 200,000 people killed by COVID-19.
Trump gave his blessing “in concept” on Saturday for the sale of video app TikTok to Oracle. Chinese parent company ByteDance would continue to be majority owner of TikTok under the agreement Trump said he approved.
Nikola Corp. plunged 22% in U.S. pre-market trading. The electric-vehicle startup that recently partnered with General Motors Co. said its founder stepped down as executive chairman.

*Events in the World Today (EDT):*

DAY - Japan Holiday
7:30am - Brazil BCB Focus Market Readout [2/3 Volatility]
8:30am - Canada New Housing Price Index [2/3 Volatility]
8:45am - ECB President Lagarde Speaks [3/3 Volatility]
8:30pm - Australia RBA Assist Gov Debelle Speaks [3/3 Volatility]
10:00pm - New Zealand RBNZ Rate Statement [3/3 Volatility]
France, Spain and Israel are among nations experiencing sharp increases in COVID-19 infections and deaths.
Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty is set to warn on Monday that the U.K. is at a “critical point” and Germany’s health minister said the trend of cases is “worrying.”
Global markets tumbled on Monday, with European stocks falling the most since July as investors worried about tighter virus restrictions and a report detailing suspicious transactions at international banks.
HSBC Holdings Plc fell to the lowest since 1995 and European bank shares slumped after a report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists that said lenders “kept profiting from powerful and dangerous players” in the past two decades even after the U.S. imposed penalties.
Taiwan’s dollar strengthened to a level not seen in seven years.

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