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Macro Briefing: 19 October 2021

Summary:
* US Lawmakers focus on tougher regs to curb Big Tech’s influence* China and Russia naval vessels sail through Japan strait* North Korea fires ballistic missile on Tuesday* Energy crunch threatens global recovery as winter approaches* Is supply-crunch inflation beyond the powers of containing via monetary policy?* Fed Chair Powell sold more than million of stock as market was tanking* North America’s largest port remains gridlocked off coast of LA* China’s property and construction industries contracted in Q3* Global car output at risk from China’s magnesium shortage* Bitcoin near record high ahead of debut of futures-based ETF* WisdomTree commodities ETF (GCC) adds 3% allocation to bitcoin futures* US homebuilder sentiment continued to rebound in October* US industrial output fell

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* US Lawmakers focus on tougher regs to curb Big Tech’s influence
* China and Russia naval vessels sail through Japan strait
* North Korea fires ballistic missile on Tuesday
* Energy crunch threatens global recovery as winter approaches
* Is supply-crunch inflation beyond the powers of containing via monetary policy?
* Fed Chair Powell sold more than $1 million of stock as market was tanking
* North America’s largest port remains gridlocked off coast of LA
* China’s property and construction industries contracted in Q3
* Global car output at risk from China’s magnesium shortage
* Bitcoin near record high ahead of debut of futures-based ETF
* WisdomTree commodities ETF (GCC) adds 3% allocation to bitcoin futures
* US homebuilder sentiment continued to rebound in October
* US industrial output fell in September, in part due to supply-chain disruption:

Macro Briefing: 19 October 2021

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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