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Bloomberg: Stocks Pause as Catalan Deadline Looms; Kiwi Sinks: Markets Wrap
Stocks meandered as investors shrugged off Chinese economic data that showed a solid pace of growth and as the clock ticked toward Catalonia’s Thursday deadline to give up claims to independence. The New Zealand dollar plunged after the Labour Party won support to form a new government. [more...]
Bloomberg: Investors Ask Goldman Sachs How to Prepare for an Aussie Stock Sell-off
Betting against Australian stocks with weak momentum has been one of the most consistently profitable methods to profit from a market downturn, according to analysis from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. [more...]
Bloomberg: China's Economic Growth Remains Intact as Party Leaders Meet
Robust factory output and consumer spending kept China’s economy humming in the third quarter, giving President Xi Jinping a firm footing to rein in excess capacity, curb pollution and shift to a more sustainable growth path. [more...]
Bloomberg: Australian Jobless Rate Unexpectedly Drops on East-Coast Hiring
Australian unemployment unexpectedly dropped in September after a burst of hiring in the two most populous states. [more...]
Reuters: Asia stocks shed gains after data shows slower China growth
Asian stocks shed early gains on Thursday, pulling back from decade highs, with Chinese equities leading the way lower after data showed growth in the world’s second largest economy slowed slightly in the third quarter. [more...]
Reuters: Thirty years ago this week, Wall Street slid into the abyss
30 years ago the Dow Jones Industrial Average had lost 22.6 percent in one day, equivalent to a drop of about 5,200 points in the index today. The benchmark U.S. S&P 500 index plunged 20.5 percent on Black Monday, equal to a drop of over 520 points today, and the Nasdaq dropped 11.4 percent, comparable to a drop of about 750 points. [more...]
CNBC: China reports 6.8% third-quarter GDP growth, meeting expectations
China reported third-quarter growth data Thursday that met expectations, but was a tad lower than the second quarter's 6.9 percent expansion. [more...]
CNBC: China's central bank just warned of a sudden collapse in asset prices
China will fend off risks from excessive optimism that could lead to a "Minsky Moment," central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan said on Thursday, adding that corporate debt levels are relatively high and household debt is rising too quickly. [more...]CNBC: London is the European hotspot for venture capitalists when it comes to fintech
London remains the top European city for venture capital investment in financial technology firms, according to data released by Mayor Sadiq Khan's promotional agency. [more...]

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