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President Donald Trump took a significant step towards conceding the presidential election on Monday evening after his GSA chief recognized President-elect Joe Biden as the apparent winner. Trump claimed that he recommended General Services Administration chief, Emily Murphy, and his aides move forward with "initial protocols" for the presidential transition. "Our case STRONGLY continues, we will keep up the good fight, and I believe we will prevail!" The president's statement contradicts claims Murphy made in her Monday letter to Biden officially notifying his campaign of her decision. This comes more than two weeks after major media outlets declared Biden the winner of the presidential election.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Emily Murphy, Emily, Murphy, Murphy's, Biden Organizations: GSA, Services Administration, General Services Administration, Democratic, Republican, White, GOP Locations: Michigan
SINGAPORE — Stocks in Japan were set to trade higher at the Tuesday open as investors in Asia-Pacific react to positive coronavirus vaccine news from AstraZeneca as well as U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's choice of former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary. Futures pointed to a higher open for Japanese stocks. Vaccine hopesInvestor focus on Tuesday will likely be on the continued positive momentum surrounding the race for a coronavirus vaccine. AstraZeneca said Monday interim analysis showed its coronavirus vaccine has an average efficacy of 70% in protecting against the virus. Meanwhile, news that Biden has picked former U.S. Fed Chair Yellen to be Treasury secretary could also buoy investor sentiment on Tuesday.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Janet Yellen, Biden, Ray Attrill, Stocks Organizations: Stocks, AstraZeneca, Federal, Nikkei, Vaccine, Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, U.S, Senate, Fed, Treasury, National Australia Bank, Dow Jones, Nasdaq Locations: SINGAPORE, Japan, Asia, Pacific, Chicago, Osaka, Australia
Gold falls as vaccine hopes, Biden transition aid recovery bets
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( ) sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
Gold bullion bars are pictured after being inspected and polished at the ABC Refinery in Sydney on August 5, 2020. Gold slipped on Tuesday as progress on a Covid-19 vaccine and a federal agency's approval of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's transition to the White House bolstered risk appetite, denting the bullion's safe-haven appeal. Spot gold fell 0.6% to $1,824.91 per ounce by 0332 GMT. Asian equities traded higher after AstraZeneca said on Monday its Covid-19 vaccine could be up to 90% effective. Gold is seen as a hedge against inflation, likely to result from large stimulus.
Persons: Gold, Joe Biden's, Michael Langford, Biden, Donald Trump, Trump, Kyle Rodda, Janet Yellen Organizations: ABC Refinery, House, AstraZeneca, White, U.S, Twitter, Federal, Treasury Locations: Sydney
LONDON — European stocks are expected to open higher on Tuesday amid growing optimism that another effective coronavirus vaccine has been discovered, and on news that the Trump administration has accepted President-elect Joe Biden's transition into office. London's FTSE is seen opening 33 points higher at 6,378, Germany's DAX 86 points higher at 13,258, France's CAC 40 up 32 points at 5,538 and Italy's FTSE MIB 210 points higher at 21,921, according to IG. The gains in futures also came after General Services Administration chief Emily Murphy told President-elect Joe Biden that the Trump administration is making federal resources available for his transition into office. News that Biden has picked former U.S. Fed Chair Yellen to be Treasury secretary may also have buoyed investor sentiment on Tuesday. Subscribe to CNBC PRO to access live PRO Talks, including our Dec. 2 discussion on opportunities and risks in international markets.
Persons: Trump, Joe Biden's, Germany's DAX, Emily Murphy, Joe Biden, Murphy, Donald Trump, Biden, Yun Li, Kevin Breuninger Organizations: FTSE, CAC, IG, Wall, AstraZeneca, Pfizer, BioNTech, General Services Administration, U.S, Senate, Stocks, Ifo, CNBC PRO Locations: Moderna, Japan, Asia, Pacific
Treasury yields rise as Biden transition process begins
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( Vicky Mckeever | ) sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
ET, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond moved up to 1.573%. U.S. Treasury yields advanced on Tuesday after President Donald Trump accepted that President-elect Joe Biden's transition into the White House must begin. Treasury yields climbed after General Services Administration chief Emily Murphy told Biden in a letter that the Trump administration would make federal resources available for his transition into office. On Monday, Biden announced that he had chosen former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to be Treasury Secretary. ET and Federal Reserve Vice-Chair Richard Clarida at 2:45 p.m.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Emily Murphy, Biden, Trump, Emily, Janet Yellen, James Bullard, John Williams, Richard Clarida Organizations: Treasury, General Services Administration, Senate, AstraZeneca, University of Oxford, Pfizer, BioNTech, Moderna, CB, Louis Federal Reserve, New York Fed, Federal
Global stocks jumped on Tuesday after Donald Trump authorized President-elect Joe Biden's presidential transition process to begin. Biden's planned nomination for former Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary is another key driver boosting market sentiment. Global stocks rose on Tuesday as investors were broadly upbeat on President Donald Trump signalling that Joe Biden and his team can begin the formal transition process ahead of January's inauguration. Biden's plans to nominate Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary was another key driver for markets. Asian markets were also buoyed by Trump's overnight move that seems to remove ambiguity over the presidential succession.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Trump, Biden's, Janet Yellen, Joe Biden, Dow Jones, Emily Murphy, Biden, Connor Campbell, Read, MORGAN STANLEY, Yellen, Jerome Powell, Stephen Innes, Innes, Hang, Frankfurt's DAX, Mark Haefele, Brad McGill's Organizations: Federal, Dow, Nasdaq, General Services Administration, SpreadEx, Senate, Federal Reserve, Fed, Nikkei, Brent, West Texas, UBS Locations: United States, Shanghai, Europe
Biden's Yellen choice is a 'great pick for the markets': Strategist
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Biden's Yellen choice is a 'great pick for the markets': StrategistRobert Luna of SureVest Wealth Management says hopes of a larger stimulus under Janet Yellen as U.S. Treasury Secretary will further fuel equities this year.
Persons: Biden's, Robert Luna, Janet Yellen Organizations: SureVest Wealth Management, Treasury
President Donald Trump only unlocked the presidential transition process after being assured he wouldn't have to concede defeat, The New York Times reported. Despite losing the election more than two weeks ago to Joe Biden, Trump refused to admit that he lost, instead alleging without evidence that his victory was stolen by fraud. Some advisors believe that Monday's approval of the transition is as close to a concession as Trump will ever come. President Donald Trump agreed to let the transition to a Biden administration proceed only after being told by advisors that he wouldn't have to say he conceded defeat, reported The New York Times Monday. In recent days pressure had been growing on Trump to allow the transition to the new government to proceed.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, Biden, Mark Meadows, Pat Cipollone, Jay Sekulow, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell Organizations: The New York Times, Trump, New York Times, General Services Administration, GSA, Times, White, New, New York City Locations: New York
The letter sent by the General Services Administration (GSA) to President-elect Joe Biden authorizing his transition does not say that he won the election. The letter to authorize President-elect Joe Biden's transition arrived late Monday — but is an unusual document which strained to avoid acknowledging his victory. GSA Administrator Emily Murphy wrote to Biden on Monday, 16 tumultuous days after major networks widely called the election for him. Williams' 2008 letter used boilerplate wording to name Obama President-elect "for the purposes of the Act" — i.e., to authorize the transition and no more. Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call via Getty ImagesIn elections, the GSA Administrator "ascertains the apparent successful candidate once a winner is clear," as the GSA website puts it.
Persons: Joe Biden, Barack Obama, Joe Biden's, Emily Murphy, Biden, Donald Trump, Murphy, Bush, Obama, Chris Lu, Mr Biden, James A, Williams straightforwardly, Mark Meadows, Williams, Bill Clark, doesn't, Biden's, Sonam Sheth, Jacob Shamsian Organizations: General Services Administration, GSA, Biden, White, Wall, Journal, Getty, Commission, Trump, GOP
On Monday night, Laura Ingraham told her Fox News show it was highly unlikely that President Donald Trump would win his legal challenges to the 2020 election results and secure a second term. "Unless the legal situation changes in a dramatic, and frankly, an unlikely manner, Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20," Ingraham said. "Now, legal challenges continue in a number of states. The remarks came more than two weeks after major news networks — including Fox News — called the election for Biden. And it does not mean that I disagree at all with the president's right and obligation to pursue all legitimate legal challenges to this outcome," she said.
Persons: Laura Ingraham, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Ingraham, President Trump, Fox News —, Trump, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump's, Biden, I've, Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity didn't Organizations: Fox News, Fox, Biden, Trump, Independent, The Washington Post, Socialist Locations: Nevada
Stocks were set to rise for a second day Tuesday as the Trump administration began the transition process to President-elect Biden's team, easing concerns about a drawn out election fight. Stocks that would benefit most from a vaccine reopening the economy led the gains for a second day with airlines and cruise lines jumping in the premarket. Small cap shares were poised to hit another record. For continuous real-time insight on the market see below.
Persons: Stocks, Trump, Biden's
Biden's cabinet picks are 'institutionalist,' not moderate, says political analyst
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( ) sentiment -0.94   time to read: 1 min
Biden's cabinet picks are 'institutionalist,' not moderate, says political analystStephen Myrow, managing partner at Beacon Policy Advisors, analyzes Biden's strategic appointments and their ability to execute progressive policies from within the establishment.
Persons: Stephen Myrow Organizations: Beacon Policy
Now that it's all over but the shouting Republicans are slowly trickling out and conceding Biden was elected president. That challenge, led by a melting Rudy Giuliani and featuring the QAnon-supporting Sidney Powell who embarrassed Trump (I repeat, Trump!) Trump's legal team, in the words of loyal Trumpist former Gov. Needless to say, the situation in 2000 was vastly different and a significantly more legitimate legal challenge. Because Trump can't accept that he is, in his own parlance, a "total loser," he's unconscionably assaulted democracy.
Persons: Trump, Biden, Emily Murphy, Joe Biden, Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Electoral College — Biden, Chris Christie, it's Trump, Biden's, Republican Sen, Bill Cassidy, Trump's, Cassidy, Al Gore's, Mitch McConnell's, placating Trump, they'll, Hugo Chavez, , he's unconscionably, We'll Organizations: General Services Administration, Electoral College, Trump, Republicans, Biden, Republican, GSA, Capitol, YouTube, Fox News, Republican Party Locations: Louisiana, China
Joe Biden has promised to make history by appointing women to senior administration jobs that have historically gone to men. Incoming First Lady Jill Biden and Valerie Biden Owens, the president-elect's sister, will also likely play key roles. Some of the additional women he's expected to name in coming days and weeks for Cabinet and White House jobs played key roles in his campaign and are helping his transition efforts. White House aides and advisers are some of the most powerful people in Washington, although most of their work is done out of the public eye. Here is Insider's list of key women expected to sway the Biden White House.
Persons: Joe Biden, Ron Klain, Biden, Biden's, Jennifer O'Malley Dillon, Louisa Terrell, Jill Biden, Valerie Biden Owens, Kamala Harris, Avril Haines, He's, Linda Thomas, Greenfield, White Organizations: Capitol, Incoming, UN, White House, Biden White Locations: Biden's, Washington
Former Defense Undersecretary for Policy Michele Flournoy prepares to testify during the House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on "NATO at 70: An Indispensable Alliance" on Wednesday, March 13, 2019. WASHINGTON — Michele Flournoy, Joe Biden's probable pick to run the Pentagon, would be the first female secretary of defense if confirmed and could appoint an unprecedented number of women to senior roles at the Defense Department. Biden is poised to announce Flournoy as his nominee as early as Tuesday, according to three people familiar with the decision. Brooks points out that as Pentagon policy chief Flournoy pioneered the creation of more flexible, family-friendly work policies, including four-day work weeks and job sharing. Brooks co-founded The Leadership Council for Women in National Security (LCWINS), which was created by a group of women, many of whom were alumni of Flournoy's team at the Pentagon.
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Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow on working toward bipartisan stimulus deal
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( ) + 0.64   time to read: 1 min
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow on working toward bipartisan stimulus dealPresident-elect Joe Biden's team is denying reports that he is pushing Democrats to compromise with Republicans on a smaller stimulus package in order to get more relief now. Economists continue to warn that the U.S. is headed for a double-dip recession early next year. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) joins "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Persons: Debbie Stabenow, Joe Biden's Organizations: Republicans
How Biden's cabinet picks may impact businesses and markets
  + stars: | 2020-11-24 | by ( ) + 0.96   time to read: 1 min
How Biden's cabinet picks may impact businesses and marketsPresident-elect Joe Biden has chosen former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen as Treasury secretary, according to people familiar with the matter. She would be the first woman to lead the department if she's confirmed. Axios political reporter Hans Nichols joins "Squawk Box" to discuss some of the considerations the Biden administration is making during the transition.
Persons: Joe Biden, Janet Yellen, she's, Hans Nichols, Biden
President-elect Joe Biden's transition team welcomed moves from the Trump administration to begin a presidential transition. But many federal agencies have been reshaped and downsized since 2016, while many significant roles have never been filled by Senate-confirmed staff. It came in his transition team's reaction to the news that the federal government had allowed the transition process to begin, a move grudgingly recommended by President Donald Trump. In a statement on Monday from transition director Yohannes Abraham, Biden's transition team said the transition will bring "the resources and support necessary to carry out a smooth and peaceful transfer of power." Trump has altered the roles of agencies like the Environment Protection Agency, which has reversed many environmental protection rules.
Persons: Joe Biden's, Trump, Donald Trump, Yohannes Abraham, Biden's, Abraham, Joe Biden, Drew Angerer, Trump's, watchdogs Organizations: Trump, Senate, State Department, Department of Education, Department of Labor, Environment Protection Agency
"You can't lose in that market," he said, adding "it's like a slot machine" that always pays out. In the case of Tesla, Cramer called it a technology company not just an automaker. Cramer has been a fan of Tesla for a while, even buying one of the electric vehicles. The strong move in Tesla shares Tuesday pushed the company to a $500 billion stock market value. Tech stocks — seen as beneficiaries of the pandemic stay-at-home economy, which would abate in a post-vaccine world — were steady after a rough Monday that put a cap on the Nasdaq's gains.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, he's, I've, Goldman Sachs, Tesla, it's, Trump, Joe Biden's, Janet Yellen Organizations: Royal, Dow Jones, Dow, AstraZeneca, Oxford, Tech Locations: Royal Caribbean, U.S
U.S. President-elect Joe Biden speaks as he holds a videoconference meeting with members of the U.S Conference of Mayors at his transition headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, U.S., November 23, 2020. REUTERS/Joshua RobertsWASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden’s team will begin meeting with federal government officials to discuss the pandemic response, national security and other issues after a U.S. agency gave the go-ahead for the formal transition on Monday, a transition official said. “In the days ahead, transition officials will begin meeting with federal officials to discuss the pandemic response, have a full accounting of our national security interests, and gain complete understanding of the Trump administration’s efforts to hollow out government agencies,” Biden transition executive director Yohannes Abraham said in a statement.
Persons: Joe Biden, Joshua Roberts WASHINGTON, Joe Biden’s, , Trump, ” Biden, Yohannes Abraham Organizations: U.S Conference, Mayors, REUTERS Locations: Wilmington , Delaware, U.S
Investors welcome Yellen as Biden's Treasury nominee
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Kate Duguid | Sinéad Carew | ) + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Biden’s Treasury secretary stands to be a key player in the administration’s efforts to help the country’s economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic. Among Biden’s cabinet posts, his Treasury pick has been seen as one of the more likely to have the potential to swing asset prices. The incoming Treasury chief likely will take on a crucial role in negotiating any further coronavirus economic relief package with congressional lawmakers. She took over the Fed chair post from Ben Bernanke in the wake of the financial crisis over a decade ago, after serving as vice chair of the central bank. Yellen has frequently cited growing economic inequality in the United States as a threat to America’s values and its future.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, Janet Yellen, Jonathan Ernst, Yellen, , , Chris Zaccarelli, Ben Bernanke, Biden, Tom Graff, Barack Obama, Robert Pavlik, Kevin Giddis, Raymond James, John Doyle Organizations: YORK, Investors, Federal, Treasury, Market, REUTERS, Independent, Fed, Brown Advisory, Dakota Wealth, Tempus, U.S . Senate Locations: Washington , U.S, Charlotte , North Carolina, Washington, Baltimore, Fairfield , Connecticut, St . Petersburg , Florida, United States,
Mayorkas will be the first Latino and first immigrant to head the Department of Homeland Security, if confirmed by the Senate. Much of Trump’s immigration policy was the work of his adviser Stephen Miller, who cited and promoted white nationalist beliefs in emails leaked to the Southern Poverty Law Center last year. This summer, the General Accounting Office found that Chad Wolf, acting secretary of DHS, was not legally qualified to hold his job. Mayorkas became DHS deputy secretary in 2013, after Obama had revised his deportation policy and authorized DACA. Mayorkas went through the Senate confirmation process when he was nominated for DHS deputy secretary and also to head Citizenship and Immigration Services.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A team of rivals it is not. The following are some of the policy issues that Blinken and Sullivan, who served at the State Department and then as Biden’s chief foreign policy adviser in the Obama administration, will face as they seek to turn the page on President Donald Trump’s sometimes chaotic foreign policy:CHINAChina is expected to be the main challenge for Biden’s foreign policy team at a time when relations between Washington and Beijing have sunk to the lowest point in decades. Bonnie Glaser of the Center for Strategic and International Studies said the Biden team should beware of getting bogged down in formal dialogues with Beijing. In withdrawing from the deal, Trump restored U.S. sanctions and has imposed many more in a failed effort so far to force Iran into negotiations. What is less clear, however, is how Blinken and the rest of Biden’s team will deal with North Korea.
Persons: Joe Biden, Joshua Roberts, Antony Blinken, Jake Sullivan, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, Blinken, Sullivan, Obama, Donald Trump’s, Trump, Biden, ” Blinken, Xi Jinping, , Bonnie Glaser, , RUSSIA Blinken, Vladimir Putin, ” Biden, IRAN Sullivan, NORTH KOREA Blinken, Kim Jong Un, denuclearization, Kim, al Organizations: WASHINGTON, U.S Conference, Mayors, REUTERS, White House, Senate Foreign Relations, State Department, Beijing, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Obama, CBS, NORTH KOREA, North, CBS News, Trump, Taliban Locations: Wilmington , Delaware, U.S, CHINA China, Washington, Beijing, China, America, Hong Kong, South China, RUSSIA, Russia, Crimea, Ukraine, Moscow, IRAN, Iran, Tehran, North Korea, United States, Pyongyang, AFGHANISTAN, Afghanistan, Kabul, al Qaeda, Syria
NEW YORK (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden’s pick to be his ambassador to the United Nations in New York will have to tackle Washington’s waning leadership at the world body in the face of a more assertive China, diplomats and analysts said on Monday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File PhotoBiden nominated veteran U.S. diplomat Linda Thomas-Greenfield and restored the post to a Cabinet role. Thomas-Greenfield is a 35-year veteran of the U.S. Foreign Service who has served on four continents, perhaps most notably in Africa. I’ve carried that lesson with me throughout my career in Foreign Service – and, if confirmed, will do the same as Ambassador to the United Nations,” Thomas-Greenfield tweeted on Monday. “A woman of color, a woman of substance and a woman of experience.
Persons: Joe Biden’s, African Affairs Linda Thomas, Greenfield, Jakaya Kikwete, Jonathan Ernst, Linda Thomas, Donald Trump’s, Nikki Haley, Kelly Craft, Thomas, , I’ve, ” Thomas, , Barack Obama’s, Richard Gowan, multilateralism, Jeffrey Feltman, ” U.N Organizations: YORK, United Nations, African Affairs, Africa, Summit, REUTERS, Biden, U.S . Senate, Thomas, U.S . Foreign Service, Service, U.N, World Health Organization, Human Rights, UNESCO Locations: New York, China, U.S, Washington, Africa, Rwanda, Saharan Africa, West Africa, Britain, France, Russia, United States, Western, Beijing, United, Greenfield, Asian, Gulf
And that means, in this case, calling them part of an attempted coup to illegally overthrow the Biden presidency. In the past few days, several experts have noted that Trump's actions do not technically constitute a "coup" in the academic sense. In the past few days, several experts have noted that Trump's actions do not technically constitute a "coup" in the academic sense. Yet these same experts warn that Trump's actions are a threat to our democracy. By standing up to Trump's attempted coup, Biden will be proving to those millions of Americans who voted freely and fairly for him that they made the right choice.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden's, Biden, Michael Albertus, Ruth Ben, Ghiat, Strongmen, Mussolini, Ben, Biden's, Italy's Benito Mussolini, Russia's Vladimir Putin, Trump, Team Biden, Rudy Giuliani, Giuliani, Glenn Kirschner, Trump's Organizations: Democratic, University of Chicago, New York University, GOP, Trump, White, Fox, Republican, Reuters, Team, MSNBC Locations: America, Pennsylvania, Arizona
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