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Watch Live: Powell, Yellen Weigh In On Omicron, Debt Ceiling During Senate CARES Act Testimony

Watch Live: Powell, Yellen Weigh In On Omicron, Debt Ceiling During Senate CARES Act Testimony With the new year just weeks away, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell will testify before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday, part of routine testimony required by the CARES act. Just two weeks ago, investors could be forgiven for writing off Tuesday’s testimony as a likely snoozefest now that Powell has been nominated for his second term as Fed chairman. But over the last week, the emergence of the omicron variant has (according to some) thrown the recovery timeline out of whack. After the release of Powell’s prepared remarks last night, markets eagerly priced in a more dovish outlook at the Fed. But hours later, warnings from Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel sent markets back into turmoil, as investors struggled to decide who to trust more: the “science” (ie trial data which haven’t yet been gathered or released), or the authoritative executives who have been talking their book this entire time (whether the market realizes that or not is unclear). In yet another indication of just how confused Wall Street has become, Deutsche Bank described Powell’s prepared testimony as “hawkish”, an assessment that we (and plenty of investors, judging by the market reaction) would strongly disagree with. Although DB specifies that the only hawkish aspects of Powell’s statement pertained to inflation. We would agree with DB that nobody cares much about the pair’s prepared remarks. The “real fireworks” – as DB put it – will likely land during the Q&A, where Powell and Yellen will be grilled by Senators of both parties. Fed Chair Powell set to appear before the Senate Banking Committee at 15:00 London time, where he may well be asked about whether the Fed plans to accelerate the tapering

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US government to accept delivery of new Navy destroyer named for first black general

Its commanding officer on Tuesday will accept delivery of a U.S. Navy guided missile destroyer named after Lt. Gen. Frank E. Petersen Jr. In a short, informal ceremony to be shown live on the Facebook page of the future USS Frank E. Petersen Jr., Commander Daniel Hancock at 10 a.m. will accept delivery of the ship on behalf of the U.S. government from Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Ingalls Shipbuilding division. The vessel was known as Arleigh-Burke Class destroyer DDG 121 when its construction began in 2016 at the HII shipyard in Pascagoula, Miss The Navy announced that year that the ship would be named in honor of Petersen, a three-star general who became the first Black aviator, first Black general and first Black base commander in the Marine Corps. LGEN Frank E. Petersen Jr., commanding general, Marine Corps Development and Education Command (MCDEC), on April 22, 1987. (Staff Sgt. J. S. Sanders, U.S. Marine Corps) The ship’s keel was laid in 2017. It was launched in 2018 and christened later that year. The ship recently successfully passed naval acceptance trials. Petersen is thought to be the first Topeka native to become the namesake of a U.S. Navy ship. He graduated in 1949 from Topeka High School, spent two semesters at Washburn University, enlisted in the Navy in 1950, then left in 1952 to accept a commission as a second lieutenant and become the first black pilot in the Marine Corps. Petersen flew more than 350 combat missions and more than 4,000 military aircraft hours during the Korean and Vietnam Wars. He also became the first Black man in the Marines to command a fighter squadron, an air group and a major base. Petersen earned a master’s degree in 1973 from the National War College in Washington, D.C. He was promoted to brigadier general in 1979, major general in 1983 and lieutenant general in 1986. He retired in 1988 as the senior aviator on active duty in the U.S. military. President Barack Obama appointed P in

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