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Politics: Senate votes to continue Trump's impeachment
Summary: Fiscal risk increases while the Brazilian government continues to flirt with the explosion of the spending ceiling, the government's indispositions with the mayors and the senate have already started. While in the United States Democrats get votes to continue Trump's impeachment, but they still need to become 10 Republicans.
Senate votes to proceed with Trump impeachment trial – Six Republicans break with party to vote with Democrats who argued that a former president is not exempt from trial in the Senate. – Wall Street Journal.
Guedes wants adjustment to have R $ 20 billion and pay for new round of emergency aid – Mansueto also considers that, if there is a need for a new emergency aid this year, the market will not be frightened since the government builds a solution with a limited value – from R $ 20 billion to R $ 30 billion – and, in return, approves some structural advance, that improves the public finance scenario for the next years. – Estadão
Market: Dollar rises and altcoins soar
Global equities closed higher for the eighth consecutive day, driven by improvements in virus trends and hopes for a new wave of stimuli. Inflation worries investors and remains alive on the streets and on the news on Wall Street.
Fiscal risk and IPCA make dollar rise, despite BC performance – The President of the Senate was unwilling to condition emergency aid to agendas related to fiscal adjustment, thus putting the agenda of structural reforms in check in check – Valor Econômico
In the crypto market, the bitcoin has a slight drop this morning but continues above R $ 250 thousand. Altcoins are still showing their breath and continue to rise, with BNB rising 57% in the last 24 hours.
Index futures at 6:20 am GMT:
Ibovespa (Brazil) closing, -0.08 %% at 119,460 points Nasdaq (USA), + 0.49% S & P / ASX 200 (USA), + 0.44% Nikkei 225 (JAP), -0.31% Euro Stoxx 50, -0.08%Commodities, currencies and Bitcoin:
Gold, + 0.44% traded at US $ 1,845.60 a TroyBitcoin Ounce, + 1.33% at R $ 250,229.00 in Brazil or US $ 46,407.00Dollar – USD / BRL in high traded at R $ 5.3784See more quotes in Coingolive and subscribe to our Bitcoin Chess newsletter to receive exclusive news and analysis.