What to know about the chaos at the Capitol

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Despite yesterday’s turmoil at the Capitol, stock futures continue to trade in positive territory. The 10-year Treasury yield also kept its place over 1% this morning, and bitcoin surged over $38,000.

Today investors will digest the latest data from the government report about jobless claims. Economists expect to see an increase in filings for unemployment.

And, after a mob made its way through the Capitol and left four people dead, the special joint session of Congress reconvened last night, ultimately certifying Joe Biden as the next president of the United States close to 4 a.m. Meanwhile, Democrats are projected to control the Senate as well, with Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock slated to win seats from Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.

What does all of this mean for the markets, and what should you be paying special attention to today?

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What you need to know about allergic reactions to the vaccine

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People who receive the vaccine in an effort to prevent the virus are ten times more likely to experience a severe allergic reaction, known as anaphylaxis, than those who receive the flu shot. According to a study released yesterday, there are approximately 11 cases of the life-threatening condition for every million inoculations.

That said, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the vaccine is still considered safe.

“The anaphylaxis rate for [virus] vaccines may seem high compared to flu vaccines, but I want to reassure you that this is still a rare outcome,” said Dr. Nancy Messnnier, who is a CDC director.

What else should you know about these allergic reactions?

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