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12/23/2019 | 09:16am EDT
U.S. Durable Goods Orders Fell in November 
 

Demand for long-lasting factory goods made in the U.S. fell in November, suggesting the manufacturing sector remained uneven last month.

 
Stocks Edge Up to Start Holiday-Shortened Week 
 

Global stocks had a muted start to the week as investors began to check out for the holiday break.

 
China to Cut Tariffs on Range of Goods Amid Push for Trade Deal 
 

China said it will cut import tariffs for frozen pork, pharmaceuticals and some high-tech components starting from Jan. 1, a move that comes as Beijing and Washington are trying to complete a phase-one trade deal.

 
Stocks and Bonds Haven't Rallied Like This Since 1998 
 

Stocks and bonds are staging an extraordinary run, on track for their biggest simultaneous gains in more than two decades.

 
Distressed-Asset Hedge Funds Run Into Trouble 
 

Two hedge-fund firms, Jamie Dinan's York Capital Management and Southpaw Asset Management, are barring clients in some funds from getting back all the money they requested for year-end, a sign of the pressure investors in distressed assets are facing.

 
Chinese University-Backed Group Avoids Dollar-Bond Defaults for Now 
 

Peking University Founder Group, a conglomerate owned by one of China's top colleges, said Monday it has reached an agreement with creditors that would help it avoid cross-defaulting on $3 billion in U.S. dollar bonds.

 
Suspicious Market Moves Wane After U.K. Bans Early Peeks at Data 
 

Sharp movements in the British pound shortly before the release of U.K. economic data have dissipated since the government curtailed officials' access to nonpublic information, according to a new study.

 
Mexico's Inflation Stayed Below Target in Mid-December 
 

Mexican consumer prices rose modestly in the first half of December, pushing the annual inflation rate further below the central bank's 3% target.

 
Russian Markets Rally as Investors Look Past U.S. Sanctions 
 

Investors are getting back into Russian assets, drawn by the rich dividends paid by state-run companies and the high yields generated by government bonds.

 
Saudis, Kuwait Near End to Spat Over Shared Oil Fields 
 

Saudi Arabia and Kuwait are this week set to end a five-year dispute over oil fields in a territory shared between the two countries,paving the way for the return of half a million barrels a day of output.

Stocks mentioned in the article
ChangeLast1st jan.
ACCESS CO., LTD. -2.90% 805 End-of-day quote.-15.71%
AT HOME GROUP INC. 4.44% 15.405 Delayed Quote.168.18%
BYD COMPANY LIMITED -1.57% 78.35 End-of-day quote.101.67%
EURO / BRITISH POUND (EUR/GBP) -0.12% 0.90281 Delayed Quote.6.98%
EURO / US DOLLAR (EUR/USD) -0.71% 1.17891 Delayed Quote.5.89%
JUST GROUP PLC 0.48% 45.82 Delayed Quote.-42.28%
LONDON BRENT OIL -1.33% 44.54 Delayed Quote.-31.33%
THE GLOBAL LTD. 2.59% 198 End-of-day quote.-57.96%
WILL GROUP, INC. 3.10% 599 End-of-day quote.-52.16%
WTI -1.50% 41.385 Delayed Quote.-31.22%
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