My stint covering for the awesome Justin draws to a close, and it's time for me to have a pint.
I wish you all a fantastic weekend.
The always excellent Newsquawk US Market Open: European bourses slump, Fixed continues to slide & DXY slightly lower; Fed speak due
Round of the headlines this morning.
- China commerce minister discusses trade ties, EV and other issues with EU's Breton
- Brazil CPI (YoY) (Oct) $BRL Actual: 4.82% Expected: 4.87% Previous: 5.19%
- Cash funds continuing to attract inflows, set for record year - BofA
- Italian economy likely to slow in next few months
- Futures mixed after Powell's hawkish tone; more data awaited
- Global equity funds draw massive inflows as rate worries ease
- SNB's Schlegel says a temporary increase in inflation via rent is possible
- Dollar set for best week versus yen in three months after Powell speech
- Hong Kong Q3 GDP expands 4.1% y/y, growth forecast revised lower
- European shares decline as Powell stamps out rate peak hopes
- Oil set for third weekly decline as Middle East conflict concerns ebb
- European Session opening comment from @Capital_Edge_
- UK Industrial Production (YoY) (Sep) $GBP Actual: 1.5% Expected: 1.1% Previous: 1.5%
- United Kingdom GDP (YoY) (Q3) $GBP Actual: 0.6% Expected: 0.5% Previous: 0.6%
- Country Garden aims to have offshore debt restructuring plan by year end