Hi and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s endeavor capital-focused podcast where we unpack the numbers behind theheadings. This is Equity Monday, our week-starting primer in which we review the most recent news

, go into the week ahead, discuss some cool funding rounds and dive into the most recent big news from the start-up world.(You can follow the show on Twitter here, and myself here, if you are so inclined! Do not forget to examine out lastFriday’s episode. All the cool kids are doing it.)Some weekends are slow. This weekend was not. Here’s the round-up of news that we had to speak about: Up ahead we have a fascinating revenues season, one that the media doesn’t expect to go effectively. Stocks were up as we wrote the program, so it appears that Wall Street is more bullish than anxious. We’ll see. Netflix reports later on today. Next week, we actually get underway with Snap, IBM, Microsoft, and others. We likewise discussed 3 funding rounds: More money for cancer-focusedAI start-up Paige, $6.3 million for FitXR to keep working on its physical fitness VR work, and this little round from Russia, which advised us that you can develop a startup even in a failing democracy. Wrapping, this earnings season is a huge offer. Lots of tech financiers are wagering that an accelerated digital transformation is going to press most tech stores into a growth curve that makes their equity appealing, even at elevated prices. Quite a lot of capital has been sunk in this concept. We’ll see what takes place when the numbers come in.