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Macro Briefing: 30 November 2020

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Trump reportedly will add China’s SMIC and CNOOC to defense blacklist: RTRSFauci warns of ‘surge upon a surge’ for Covid-19: NPRBiden expected to announce economic team this week: NYTBiden fractures foot while playing with his dog: APCongress faces deadlines on gov’t spending and stimulus: BBGChina Mfg PMI shows growth for 9th straight month in Nov: CNBCWill Senate Republicans block Biden’s judicial nominations? PLTCOPEC+ considers extending cuts to oil production: RTRSGerman 10-year bond yield slips to 3-week low, near -0.6%: RTRSFinancial data consolidation: S&P Global near deal to acquire IHS Markit: WSJThis week’s US payrolls report for November on track for another gain: BBGUS Treasury yield curve continues to reflect a steepening bias:

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Trump reportedly will add China’s SMIC and CNOOC to defense blacklist: RTRS
Fauci warns of ‘surge upon a surge’ for Covid-19: NPR
Biden expected to announce economic team this week: NYT
Biden fractures foot while playing with his dog: AP
Congress faces deadlines on gov’t spending and stimulus: BBG
China Mfg PMI shows growth for 9th straight month in Nov: CNBC
Will Senate Republicans block Biden’s judicial nominations? PLTC
OPEC+ considers extending cuts to oil production: RTRS
German 10-year bond yield slips to 3-week low, near -0.6%: RTRS
Financial data consolidation: S&P Global near deal to acquire IHS Markit: WSJ
This week’s US payrolls report for November on track for another gain: BBG
US Treasury yield curve continues to reflect a steepening bias:

Macro Briefing: 30 November 2020

James Picerno
James Picerno is a financial journalist who has been writing about finance and investment theory for more than twenty years. He writes for trade magazines read by financial professionals and financial advisers. Over the years, he’s written for the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Bloomberg Markets, Mutual Funds, Modern Maturity, Investment Advisor, Reuters, and his popular finance blog, The CapitalSpectator.

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