Wall street rebounds a day more pending the 'vaccine effect' and the negotiations to carry out a second round of stimuli in the US.
The new proposal involves dividing the aid in two. On the one hand, 'water' with 748,000 million dollars to programs such as unemployment benefits, and on the other, launch a 'lifeline' of 160,000 million dollars for local and state governments.
In health matters, the US has vaccinated its first citizens this Monday, but the figures continue to scare and the deaths from Covid-19 have exceeded 300,000 in the country. In monetary policy, the Fed begins its two-day meeting on Tuesday, and its president is expected to appear on Wednesday, Jerome powell, to make their decisions known.
On the other side of the Atlantic, the Ibex is trading with slight falls, weighed down by Inditex and pending the bank dividend. Finally, in Asia the stock markets have closed with falls after the outbreaks canceled the 'vaccine effect' in the region.