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U.S. economy is heading for a 'reinflation' period: Barry Knapp

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  • U.S. Economy Adds Fewer Jobs Than Expected in April | NBC Nightly News

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    Economists expected more than a million jobs to be added in April, but the monthly employment report revealed just 266,000 were added.» Subscribe to NBC News:
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  • World-class economist Robert Reich explains the current economic crisis in America

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    Economist Robert Reich addresses the issue of income inequality in America before the Senate budget committee.

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  • U.S. Economy Adds 916,000 Jobs In March | NBC Nightly News

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    The biggest gains were made in the fields of construction, education, and leisure and hospitality. Of the 22 million jobs eliminated since the pandemic hit, more than 8 million have yet to return.
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  • Fed Vice Chair Clarida says he still doesnt think its time to talk about tapering

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    Federal Reserve Vice Chair Richard Clarida joins Closing Bell to discuss the Fed's policy to support the U.S. economic recovery. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Jamie Dimon: Strong economy will go into 2022, possibly 2023

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    To start we have a truly strong economy and it's probably going to go well into 2022 and maybe 2023 because of $7 trillion of spending, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said Tuesday. Dimon added that the consumer is in great shape and that people are urging to get out of the house and return to work, which could lead to a boom. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Fareed predicts boom after US economys pandemic paralysis

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    CNN's Fareed Zakaria gives his take on why he thinks the world will probably bounce back better from the pandemic, despite the havoc Covid-19 is still causing.
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  • White House Council of Economic Advisers Member: Were Still Very Much Climbing Out Of A Hole

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    Recent Covid-19 case counts and job numbers show the U.S. economy is on the upswing, so does the government need to spend an additional $4 trillion on recovery? White House Council of Economic Advisers Member Jared Bernstein makes the case for President Biden's ambitious economic packages and tells Stephanie Ruhle, We're still very much climbing out of a hole.

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  • U.S. economy is heading for a reinflation period: Barry Knapp

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    Barry Knapp, managing partner at Ironsides Macroeconomics, joined Squawk Box on Tuesday to discuss what he's watching in the markets right now. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Timmer & Knapp on Historical Lessons for Todays Hot Economy

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    Apr.02 -- Fidelity Director of Global Macro Jurrien Timmer and Ironsides Macroeconomics Managing Partner Barry Knapp discuss whether the Fed can successfully take on bond vigilantes and look at whether today's economy resembles that of the 1960's. They join Romaine Bostick exclusively on Bloomberg Wall Street Week.

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  • How to approach markets as the economy improves: Ironsides Barry Knapp

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    Stocks connected to the reopening trade are soaring. Hilton, MGM, Live Nation and Expedia were some of the names that hit new highs in Monday's session. Barry Knapp, managing partner at Ironsides Macroeconomics, joined Squawk Box on Tuesday to discuss what's working for investors as the economy seems to improve. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • The Big Picture with Barry Knapp: Reflation Watch and the pandemic effect S1 E09

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    Today on Catherine Murray Media and Markets

    Barry Knapp of Ironside Macroeconomics joins Catherine for a deep dive into the catalysts impacting the markets. We talk about the recent Family Office that collapsed that was over levered. New US tax plan impacts on the broader economy and markets. The Feds recent actions and what we may see them do in the future. Inflation vs deflation. Overall it was a conversation and I really enjoyed and I hope you do to!

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  • World Business Watch: US economy soared in the first quarter, growing at a 6.4% rate | GDP | News

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    The gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States grew 6.4% in the first fiscal quarter of 2021 compared to the same period in the previous year. The US economy expanded 4.3% in the fourth quarter of 2020.

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  • U.S. Consumers Are Driving An Accelerating U.S. Economy

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    With the exception of the reopening-fueled third quarter of 2020, the first quarter of 2021 was saw the strongest U.S. GDP growth in nearly two-decades. What’s behind the expansion? Presented by @CME Group:

  • Economy still has to transition, says BofA economist Meyer on April jobs

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    CNBC's Dom Chu discusses the number of jobs added in April and the outlook for the U.S. economy with Michelle Meyer, head of U.S. economics at Bank of America Global Research.

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    Against the backdrop of heightened tensions in US-China relations, lingering pandemic-induced recession, and raw-material shortages and supply-chain issues, what can investors expect for the rest of the year? Our distinguished panel will dissect the economic, global trade, and political landscape and offer a unique perspective on the long- and short-term implications of these factors and more on your portfolio.

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  • Fed doesnt know how scarred the economy is yet, strategist says

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    Geoffrey Yu, senior market strategist at BNY Mellon, discusses the U.S. economy and the landscape for the U.S. Federal Reserve.

  • Piegza: The U.S. economy is still in a fragile state

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    Stifel chief economist Lindsey Piegza says much of the growth in the economy in recent months has been driven by government spending, and she questions what may happen once that punchbowl is taken away. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Expert reacts: Will economys boom turn into a bust?

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    The economy is bouncing back quickly now that more people are getting vaccinated and returning to normalcy. But a quick economic boom could have some ramifications.

    Greg Ghodsi, the director of investments at Raymond James Financial, says the stimulus checks were great in helping people stay on their feet and keeping the economy going. But he says the amount of cash in the system has increased significantly over the past year. With production and manufacturing still slow, there’s a supply and demand issue, pushing up prices over time.

    Companies like Coca-Cola, General Mills, and Procter and Gamble are telling customers to prepare for more price increases throughout this year and into 2022. The overall cost of consumer goods increased by 0.6% in March, the largest amount in almost a decade. This comes as inflation rates rose by almost three percent throughout 2020.

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  • Richmond Fed President on economy: Brightened, but not out of woods

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    Tom Barkin, Richmond Fed president and Fed voting member, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss the pandemic's effect on the U.S. economy, bitcoin and his thoughts on monetary policy moving forward. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • As US Economy Surges Back, Economists Forecast 2021 Boom

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    The U.S. economy roars back, growing more than 6% in the first quarter of the year, as mass vaccinations make economic recovery possible.

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  • Weak Jobs Report Shows Growing Pains for U.S. Economy

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    May.07 -- U.S. job growth significantly undershot forecasts in April. Policy leaders and experts discuss their reaction to the data. Only 266,000 jobs were created, analysts were expecting a gain of 1 million.

  • The US economy is slowly improving but strategists warn peak growth could impact markets

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  • U.S. GDP jumped 6.4% in the first quarter, vs 6.5% increase expected

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    Economic activity boomed to start 2021, as widespread vaccinations and more fuel from government spending helped get the U.S. closer to where it was before the Covid-19 pandemic struck. CNBC's Steve Liesman breaks down the data. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • The US economy, as good as it gets?

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    The US economy has been flying high recently. Near a million jobs were created in the month of March alone and, over the quarter, GDP grew at a 6.4% annualised pace – more than three times their potential or trend rate of growth.

    As good as the recent past has been, the immediate outlook is likely to be stronger still thanks to President Biden’s stimulus initiatives – as discussed recently by Westpac Strategy. In this update, we assess how the economy’s performance is set to evolve through 2021 and 2022.

  • What the slowdown in U.S. population growth means for the economy

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    The drop in U.S. population growth could cause a number of problems for the economy. MSNBC's Ali Velshi joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Why the U.S. economy is making a comeback, what Bidens proposed economic plans could bring

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    There are more signs that the U.S. economy is roaring back to life, and President Biden is proposing trillions of dollars in new government spending. CBS News senior business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBS This Morning: Saturday to discuss the economy and the president's plan.

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  • US economy soars 6.4% in 1Q2021 as post-COVID-19 recovery gathers momentum

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    The US economy has recorded its strongest growth in nearly 40 years as it recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. Latest data released by the Department of Commerce has shown annualised growth of 6.4% in 1Q2021.

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  • Stocks higher to begin May after late April fade

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    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead to the day's market action. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    U.S. stocks climbed on Monday, the first trading day of May, as shares tied to the economic reopening continued to rise.

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 300 points. The S&P 500 gained 0.6% and the Nasdaq Composite inched up 0.4%.

    Berkshire Hathaway shares rose 1% after Warren Buffett’s conglomerate reported a 20% surge in operating earnings and continued to buy back large amounts of its own shares. Buffett also revealed to CNBC that when he is no longer in charge, Greg Abel, vice chairman of all non-insurance operations, will succeed him.

    Bets on the economic reopening led the market advance, especially retailers. Disney and Royal Caribbean rose more than 1% each. Gap rallied more than 9%. Dillard’s rose nearly 10%, while Foot Locker, Urban Outfitters and Kohl’s all gained close to 4%.

    The rally in these stocks came after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that most capacity restrictions will be lifted across New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, while 24-hour subway service will resume in New York City later this month.

    Shares of Verizon rose 0.9% after the telecom giant said it will sell its media group to private equity firm Apollo Global Management for $5 billion. The sale allows Verizon to offload properties from the former internet empires of AOL and Yahoo.

    Despite Friday’s weakness in equities, the S&P 500 notched its third straight month of gains in April, adding more than 5% to the index as investors bet on a big economic and profit recovery from the pandemic.

    The S&P 500 is now up 11% for the year. The benchmark closed at record levels on Thursday on the heels of blowout earnings results from Apple and Facebook.

    The Dow rose about 2.7% last month, while the Nasdaq Composite gained 5.4% in April.

    Some investors are expecting weakness in the new month given the old “sell in May and go away” Wall Street adage. This mantra calls for taking off risk from May to October, a period where the market is more prone to sell-offs historically.

    Data going back to 1928 shows that the May-October period has the lowest average and median returns of any six-month period of the year with the S&P 500 up 66% of the time on an average return of 2.2%, according to Bank of America.

    The market might see mediocre performance from here especially after a massive rally from November to April, when the S&P 500 gained 28%, the bank noted.

    “This is a small number of observations, but May-October has lackluster average and median returns after a November-April rally of at least 20%,” Stephen Suttmeier, technical research strategist at Bank of America, said in a note.

    On the data front, IHS Markit data showed U.S. manufacturing activity grew at a record-high speed last month with April’s Manufacturing Business Activity PMI Index rising to 60.5, matching expectations from economists polled by Dow Jones.

    However, a separate gauge from Institute for Supply Management signaled a slowdown in manufacturing activities. The ISM Manufacturing PMI for April came in at 60.7, compared to the expected 65.0 and March’s level of 64.7.

    April’s jobs report will be released on Friday.

    “Investors are gearing up for another busy earnings week capped off with a widely watched jobs report. Given the positive economic and earnings news, the path of least resistance appears higher,” said Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at Cresset Capital.

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  • Future Economy Summit

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    The pandemic has forced many to reevaluate America’s economic future. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen; former Stockton, California, Mayor Michael Tubbs; and more speak with The Atlantic’s Ronald Brownstein, Annie Lowrey, and Derek Thompson about the path forward.

  • How experts are making sense of Aprils big jobs miss

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    Is the U.S. economy about the experience a lasting shortage of labor? CNBC's Steve Liesman joined Squawk Box on Monday with a look at the implications for investors after April's big jobs miss. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • US economy adds 266,000 jobs in April, in major expectations miss

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    US jobless figures are rising again, to levels not seen since the height of the coronavirus pandemic last year.
    That is raising criticism of President Joe Biden's recovery plan, with some employers saying it has worsened the job market.
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  • Bullish on earnings and economy, but not S&P 500: Strategist

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    Jill Carey Hall, BoFA Securities senior U.S. equity strategist, and Bob Michael, J.P. Morgan Asset Management fixed income strategy, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the impact higher inflation will have on markets and their market outlook. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Stocks and the economy will both likely remain strong: Goldmans Koch

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    Katie Koch, co-head of the Fundamental Equity Business at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, joined Squawk Box on Thursday to discuss what the data suggests could be ahead for the markets and the economy as the large cash infusions cause growing fears around inflation. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • How Does Trade Affect the US Economy? Fisher Investments Answers

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    International trade can bring benefits and hazards for the countries, businesses and individuals affected by it. This video from Fisher Investments examines how international trade works, as well as how it affects the US economy.
    Countries trade with one another to meet their consumption needs and find new markets for their goods and services. Imports arrive from other nations and exports are sent abroad. A common way of measuring a country’s trading activity is by subtracting imports from exports to arrive at the balance of trade. However, Fisher Investments believes that total trade (imports + exports) is a better measurement because it treats both importing and exporting as positive activities.
    Comparative advantage—the main benefit of engaging in international trade—is the ability to produce certain goods and services more efficiently than another country. Focusing on comparative advantages allows countries to do what they do best, become more efficient over time and provide their citizens with goods and services from abroad to which they might not otherwise have access.
    When looking at the pros and cons for US businesses and individuals, decades of data show that the overall effects are positive, even though international trade can lead to job losses in some sectors and stiff competition from foreign firms. Check out this article [ ] for more detail on the pros and cons of international trade.
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  • Stimulus Is Coming, But It Wont Save The U.S. Economy - Steve Forbes | Whats Ahead | Forbes

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    Democrats are ready to push through a nearly $2 trillion spending bill that will supposedly rev up an economy recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, it will do just the opposite. Steve Forbes on the political realities of the coming stimulus, the reasons the legislation will do more harm than good and why it won't save the U.S. economy.

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  • Markets can rely on stimulus in early 2021: Ironsides Barry Knapp

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  • Good news for economy: Weekly jobless claims fall to lowest level since March l GMA

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  • Biden: Trickle-Down Economics Has Never Worked | NBC Nightly News

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  • Roblox CEO on creating a virtual economy powered by 8 million creators

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  • Economic Crisis

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    America is in trouble, and time is running out. Progressives in Washington have already added $2 trillion to our federal debt in the last 5 months. Now they want to spend another $6 trillion. But all that deficit spending will inevitably bring economic hardship. Without new leadership in Richmond who knows how to weather the coming storm, Virginians will suffer. Puneet for Lt. Governor.

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  • Investors ‘continue to underestimate the incredible recovery’ in the economy: Strategist

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  • Former Pence chief of staff is concerned Biden tax hikes would lead to job loss

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    President Joe Biden and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell have toughened their positions on tax increases. President Biden says they're necessary to create a fair economy while Sen. McConnell says they would effectively kill any chance of a sweeping infrastructure deal. Donna Edwards, former U.S. congresswoman, and Marc Short, partner at the Coalition to Protect American Workers and former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, joined Squawk Box on Tuesday to discuss. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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  • Economic recovery is strong despite weak jobs numbers, says Goldmans Hatzius

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  • 2021 Global Report on Food Crises - The Food and Agriculture Organization & The World Food Programme

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    The stark warning from the 2021 Global Report on Food Crises released on Wednesday revealed that conflict, or economic shocks that are often related to COVID-19 along with extreme weather, are continuing to push millions of people into acute food insecurity.

    The number of people facing acute food insecurity and needing urgent life and livelihood-saving assistance has hit a five-year high in 2020 in countries beset by food crises, an annual report launched today by the Global Network Against Food Crises (GNAFC) - an international alliance of the UN, the EU, governmental and non-governmental agencies working to tackle food crises together - has found.

    Conflict, economic shocks – including due to COVID-19, extreme weather – pushed at least 155 million people into acute food insecurity in 2020.

    “This year’s report that we just published shows a serious increase in the number of people, indeed, affected by acute food insecurity,” said Dominique Burgeon, Director of the FAO’s Office for Emergencies and Resilience.

    The report reveals that at least 155 million people experienced acute food insecurity at Crisis or worse levels (IPC/CH Phase 3 or worse) - or equivalent - across 55 countries/territories in 2020 - an increase of around 20 million people from the previous year, and raises a stark warning about a worrisome trend: acute food insecurity has kept up its relentless rise since 2017 - the first edition of the report.

    Of these, around 133 000 people were in the most severe phase of acute food insecurity in 2020 – Catastrophe (IPC/CH Phase 5) – in Burkina Faso, South Sudan and Yemen where urgent action was needed to avert widespread death and a collapse of livelihoods.

    At least another 28 million people faced Emergency (IPC/CH Phase 4) level of acute food insecurity in 2020 – meaning they were one step away from starvation - across 38 countries/territories where urgent action saved lives and livelihoods, and prevented famine spreading.

    Thirty-nine (39) countries/territories have experienced food crises during the five years that the GNAFC has been publishing its annual report; in these countries/territories, the population affected by high levels of acute food insecurity (IPC/CH Phase 3 or worse) increased from 94 to 147 million people between 2016 and 2020.

    Additionally, in the 55 food-crisis countries/territories covered by the report, over 75 million children under five were stunted (too short) and over 15 million wasted (too thin) in 2020.

    Countries in Africa remained disproportionally affected by acute food insecurity. Close to 98 million people facing acute food insecurity in 2020 - or two out of three - were on the African continent. But other parts of the world have also not been spared, with countries including Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria and Haiti among the ten worst food crises last year.

    “What strikes is that ten countries and territories were actually on to 103 million of the 155 million people so it means over 65 percent of those in accurate food insecurity, were just in ten countries: the DRC, Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria, Sudan, northern Nigeria, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Zimbabwe and Haiti,” said Burgeon.

    The key drivers behind rising acute food insecurity in 2020 were conflict, economic shocks and weather extremes.

    “The factors behind it have not changed over several years,” said Arif Husain, WFP’s Chief Economist. “It is still conflict, big time. It is still climate extremes, variables. And it is economic marginalization. But the multiplier effect behind all of this is COVID-19. So, what was already going, you know, up in terms of rising numbers got further and accelerated by COVID-19.”

    According to the report, while conflict will remain the major driver of food crises in 2021, COVID-19 and related containment measures and weather extremes will continue to exacerbate acute food insecurity in fragile economies.

    “Unfortunately, as we move forward, the outlook is not good. We see that the worsening trend in hanger continues, we project that at least 142 million people expected - continue to expect the crisis level or worst of accurate food insecurity,” said FAO’s Burgeon.

    To address these challenges the Global Network will step up efforts to promote resilient agri-food systems that are socially, environmentally and economically sustainable, and will support major events this year such as the UN Food Systems Summit, the Convention on Biodiversity, the G20 Summit, the Climate Change Conference, and the Nutrition for Growth Summit. It will also cooperate with the G7 initiative to avert famine.

  • Chinas economy to grow 8.1% in 2021: ADB report

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    Yasuyuki Sawada, chief economist of the ADB, said that China is the main driver of Asia's economic recovery, and the ADB predicts that China's growth rate will rebound to 8.1 percent this year.

    Of the potential areas of risk or challenge to China's economy, he said one is in the Chinese financial system and the other is the political tensions between China and the United States. The Biden administration did not signal sweeping changes in the trade relationship with China, so I think this U.S.-China trade conflict will continue, he said.

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  • S&P 500 will be flat to down 5-10% over next six months: Stifels Bannister

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  • Biden administration blocks Trump-era rule affecting gig workers

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    President Biden's administration rescinded a Trump-era rule that would have made it easier for U.S. businesses to classify workers as independent contractors instead of employees, signaling a potential policy shift toward greater worker protections.

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  • Fiscal stimulus, reopening trade are interrelated: Portfolio manager

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    Valerie Grant, senior portfolio manager at AllianceBernstein, and Barry Knapp, managing partner at Ironsides Macroeconomics, joined Squawk Box on Monday to discuss what they're watching in the markets as Americans await the third round of stimulus checks. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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