The September Files
September was a roller-coaster for the world. For the stock market, for TikTok, and for our newsletter graphics. Still, it was the month where it all started, where we got our groove on and found our purpose. Which is why this is the month with the best newsletters yet, and the one we are most excited to share with you.
Sept. 1, 2020
JP Morgan advisors warned investors to prepare for a Trump win, US jobless rates fell to single digits for the first time since the pandemic started and Apple expected 5G iPhone demands to stay high.
Sept. 3, 2020
The EU Brexit negotiations started to get heated up, investors warned Tesla stock could be a bubble and the fall of the Dollar was leading to a plausible Currency War.
Sept. 4, 2020
Airlines came up with inventive to survive the travel slump, the September tech stock tank started taking place and the Fed declared a new way of doing their job.
Sept. 8, 2020
SoftBank's risky options tech brought to light, Chinese markets gave signs of opening up to foreign investors and Tech companies were in hot waters with non-parent employees.
Sept. 9, 2020
Obesity might be the next global pandemic, pharmaceutical companies pledged to put science and safety before politics and women should beware of the financial advice their get.
Sept. 10, 2020
Investors bet on a green-shaped recovery, the issue of a Covid vaccine global distribution became heated and Auto stocks started bouncing back.
Sept. 11, 2020
Citi Bank named the industry's first female CEO, Trump pressured the sale of TikTok to US buyer and Vinyl records started to make a comeback in collector markets.
Sept. 14, 2020
BP announced their bet against oil and new green philosophy, a blog made noice among experts even though its author did not have a degree on the matter and TikTok tried a partnership.
Sept. 15, 2020
Chinese retail sales saw their first rebound post-Covid, Wall Street analysts warned about continued stock pullback and Elon Musk spoke out against Bill Gates' negative opinion on electric trucks.
Sept. 16, 2020
Reddit threats reshaped the stock markets, Inditex beat market expectations leading to its stock bouncing back and Automated vehicles might mean the death of insurance companies.
Sept. 17, 2020
The Pandemic did not do as much for the environment as we hoped it would, Nordic malls might have found a solution to the last mile problem and Boeing lied.
Sept. 18, 2020
Credit Suisse warned Tech stocks are too overpriced, Wells Fargo expected the VIX to hike up after the election and the Trump administration had a plan for opening up Private Markets.
Sept. 21, 2020
Leaked files showed HSBC did not do much to stop a ponzi scheme, Bill Gates talked about the challenge ahead to fight climate change and banks let trillions of laundered money slip by.
Sept. 22, 2020
Morgan Stanley expected tech stocks to continue to fall, the biggest asset managers in the world steered clear of the stock markets and AstraZeneca lagged in the vaccine race.
Sept. 23, 2020
UK daily cases surged, pushing it to the Covid hotspots list, airlines appealed to their governments for help and the US expands their navy to compete with China, cold war anyone?
Sept. 24, 2020
The Fed called attention to the need for more stimulus, Trump refused to commit to peaceful transfer of power and hydrogen might just be the green solution we were looking for.
Sept. 25, 2020
Analysts warned the US economy did not pass the exam, the GOP commits to peaceful power transfer, contrary to Trump's statement and the ILO said 500 million jobs were wiped out by the pandemic.
Sept. 30, 2020
The US presidential debate was a fiasco, Boris Johnson faced an uphill Brexit bill battle, scarily bad news for New York's economy and residents came out and women were winning at fund managing.