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The Economist Looks Ahead To The World In 2021 | Morning Joe | MSNBC


The Economist looks ahead to the big stories and trends that will shape the world in 2021. Aired on 12/11/2020.
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  1. EU just approved 2.2 trillion in financial relief while Mcconnell still preventing americans from receiving critical support to help weather the economic collapse caused by the mishandling of the pandemic. Such a travesty!

  2. Realistically, Biden’s first 365 days will be filled with revealing then cleaning up the mess of Trump. We must be patient while having hope. Merry Christmas to all.

    1. @Troy Stocker No one’s investigation will ever compare to Trump. 300,000 dead with 3000 dying daily because of Trump. Hey, funny man.

    2. @Pretty Thoughts low infromation voters is what the dims count on…you are filling the bill wonderfully for them… does it feel to vote for dementia?

    1. I should think that if you actually do want to get vaccinated, they must be places you could contact. Don’t rule yourself out. It wouldn’t hurt to ask.

    2. @Joel Hummel Well, I would get vaccinated if I could, but I’ve heard the current plan in the US (which is apparently different than Europe) is for 18-30 year olds to be prioritized ahead of 31-64 year olds. Also, I’m hearing that FDA approval of the vaccine that makes up 60% or the total amount the US reserved (the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine) has now been delayed until at least next Summer. So if you consider all of that, I’m thinking it’s not looking likely that I’ll have access to a vaccine in the foreseeable future. Maybe just best to be as healthy as I can be and live my life. If I get the virus, at least I won’t have to spend the next year worrying.

    1. hah! my car has sat undriven for so long, the battery died. lucky me to live within walking distance of the grocery store.

  3. What does the Stock market and Trumps claims of Election Fraud have in common? They are both False Realities! pop pop, going down!!

    1. We ? ? ? ? What we ? ? ? ?

      I voted for the Democrat candidates in every contest on the ballot in 2016 and 2020.

      If more Democrats had showed up at the Polls in 2016 we wouldn’t have the mess on our hands that we have today.

      Thankfully a lot of people woke up from their slumber and voted Trump out of office in 2020.

    1. And right there is the inherent danger. I never understood how financial gain with no consideration of collateral damage to average income-earners and environmental degradation was thought to be smart. The stockholders’ annual report became their bible.

    2. Interesting point, and seemingly there is some truth to it. But anyone who has taken Econ 101 would remember that one of the first concepts in Economics is scarcity, which not only rules out infinite growth, but also emphasizes efficient use of limited resources. So, to a “true” economist, infinite growth would be paradoxical.

  4. I am amazed that The Economist is actually optimistic enough to think there will actually BE a 2021!!! Somewhat encouraging…..

  5. The clip says it all: `The Economist looks ahead to the big stories and trends that will shape the world in 2021′: duration 0:1:46 minutes long!

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