Cramer reacts to Monday's market sell-off: Fall back on bullish themes – CNBC Television

  1. Cramer reacts to Monday’s market sell-off: Fall back on bullish themes  CNBC Television
  2. Jim Cramer reveals his 10 investment themes for 2021  CNBC
  3. Jim Cramer Says States, Private Industry Should Be Removed From Vaccine Rollout  TheStreet
  4. Jim Cramer on Tesla shares rising following record deliveries in 2020  CNBC Television
  5. Electric-vehicle SPAC sell-off is a ‘sign of health,’ Jim Cramer says  CNBC
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Charles Hurt: Georgia Election 'Is All About Divided Government'

Georgia’s runoff elections for the Peach State’s seats in U.S. Senate are “all about divided government,” declared Charles Hurt, Washington Times opinion editor, Breitbart News columnist, and author of Still Winning: Why America Went All In on Donald Trump-And Why We Must Do It Again, in a Monday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

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How many COVID-19 vaccines has Brazos County received and why are we still in Phase 1A? – KBTX

  1. How many COVID-19 vaccines has Brazos County received and why are we still in Phase 1A?  KBTX
  2. Confusion over registration for COVID-19 vaccine in Cook County  WGN News
  3. Vaccine rollout causes confusion, frustration across central NC  WRAL.com
  4. France says thousands have received Covid-19 vaccinations after slow start  FRANCE 24 English
  5. Knox County Schools students are returning to classrooms, but COVID-19 looms large  Knoxville News Sentinel
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‘Should’ve studied green tech’: Eco-Twitter dunks on oil industry graduates who can’t find jobs due to Covid

Environmentally minded social media users seized the opportunity to ridicule the less fortunate after the New York Times published an article on fresh college graduates unable to find jobs in the oil industry because of Covid-19.

In its Sunday article, the New York Times profiled several students and graduates – who studied subjects as varied as petroleum engineering, finance, and geology – who are now struggling to get a foot into the oil industry after it cut back on thousands of jobs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“Oil companies have laid off more than 100,000 workers. Many businesses have closed refineries, and some have sought bankruptcy protection,” noted the Times, adding that many young people are now “no longer sure that there is a place for them in the industry.”

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Though the students who spoke to the Times may have hoped to elicit sympathy, the paper’s readers and social media fans, including environmental activists, delighted in mocking their plight instead.

One journalist – who received over 30,000 likes – wrote that he was “howling” at the young people in question, while others called it “uplifting news” and even suggested those affected should learn to code. 

“I hate it when a pandemic disrupts my plans to bake the earth to death,” a user mocked.

“Maybe should’ve studied something with green technology,” commented another. 

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the oil industry the world over, with oil futures at one point selling in negative territory due to lack of demand.

The Pulitzer-Prize winning energy author and IHS Markit vice chairman Daniel Yergin recently predicted that global oil demand will not recover until at least late 2021 or early 2022.

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FILE PHOTO: A Costco gas station in Woodland, California is pictured empty amid the Covid-19 lockdown, April 20, 2020
Oil demand won’t fully recover until 2022 – IHS Markit

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Mo Brooks: Still Only One Republican Senator, Josh Hawley, Formally Supporting Electoral Challenge – Warns Ted Cruz is Pulling A Political Stunt

Representative Mo Brooks appears on Newsmax to discuss the 2020 election overall and specifically in Georgia.  Mr Brooks reminds the audience that only one senator, Josh Hawley, has actually and formally stated his intent to challenge the electoral certification; and … Continue reading

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