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EM-Stocks, FX firm after China data; SA budget eyed

8 Nov 2021 /  Susan Mathew, Reuters  
Russia's rouble slipped 0.2% despite higher oil prices, still digesting last week's crude declines after some Russian market holidays.

Market focus moves to stronger property firms: Evergrande update

8 Nov 2021 /  Jan Dahinten, Bloomberg  
As a selloff across the industry’s dollar bonds hits higher-quality borrowers.

Stocks steady ahead of US CPI; treasuries dip: markets wrap

8 Nov 2021 /  Andreea Papuc, Bloomberg  
Treasury yields rose.

In a world desperate for wheat, Australia and Argentina step up

8 Nov 2021 /  Sybilla Gross, Bloomberg  
Australia is set to ship 24.5 million tons in the coming season, says Rabobank, or near to the highest quantity ever.

Lost decade lingers as emerging-market stocks trail US peers

8 Nov 2021 /  Srinivasan Sivabalan and Netty Ismail, Bloomberg  
'US stocks received more flow than emerging-market stocks because fundamentally they are a better story,' said Daniel Gerard.

Protestors expose the stark reality of climate progress at COP26

7 Nov 2021 /  Akshat Rathi, Bloomberg  
'Keeping 1.5 alive' has been an unofficial motto of this year’s climate talks.

Buffett’s Berkshire appetite surpasses cash spent on Apple stock

7 Nov 2021 /  Katherine Chiglinsky, Bloomberg  
Berkshire spent nearly $20 billion more repurchasing its own stock since the middle of 2018 than it deployed accumulating its Apple stake through the end of last year.

China’s stagflation risk builds as growth slows: eco week ahead

7 Nov 2021 /  Bloomberg News  
Trade data on Sunday will provide clues on the strength of global demand.

Diageo to make whisky in China to woo premium drinkers

7 Nov 2021 /  Bloomberg News  
Aiming to turn more local drinkers into whisky lovers in a spirits market long dominated by baijiu makers like Kweichow Moutai Co.

Europe relapses as Covid hot spot in warning sign for recovery

6 Nov 2021 /  Tim Loh, Bloomberg  
Calling into question the region’s efforts to recover from the pandemic.

Mattel’s CEO is trying to keep up with an early holiday surge

6 Nov 2021 /  Brian Eckhouse, Bloomberg  
'People are buying toys earlier,' Ynon Kreiz, Mattel’s chief executive officer, said.

J&J renews fight to halt baby powder suits using bankruptcy

6 Nov 2021 /  Steven Church, Bloomberg  
'If litigation continues for the next 60 years,' and victims keep winning huge awards, 'no company could survive that,' Kim said.

Study shows James Bond’s salary hasn’t kept up with French restaurant costs

6 Nov 2021 /  Christopher Anstey, Bloomberg  
James Bond’s 'license to kill' is famous. His dining-account purchasing power less so, at least until a recent study released by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

China’s tech and finance crackdown is a challenge to Western ideas that cuts across developing world

6 Nov 2021 /  Johannes Petry  
China introduced new rules on November 1 that restrict the extent to which internet companies can collect and store user data.

Preventing future pandemics starts with recognising links between human and animal health

6 Nov 2021 /  Deborah Kochevar and Guilherme Werneck   1
More than 70% of emerging and reemerging pathogens originate from animals.
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