Digest-Financial Times / Sept / Reuters

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While on data, Europe's economic releases suggest further weakness ( @FT  charts below). The 0.8% September#inflation  rate was below consensus expectations, pointing to further divergence from the @ecb  target; August#exports  fell 2.2% (-5.5% for the intra #Eurozone  component).

The currency market hasn’t been this twitchy over Brexit since the aftermath of the referendum that set off the process in 2016

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CHART OF THE DAY: The #1  Reason China Continues to Slow via @hedgeye 

NEW: Activity in the region’s service sector declined slightly, according to firms responding to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s October 2019 Business Leaders Survey

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“Beijing thinks that they can rule because of money." @NancyPelosi  announced the U.S. House has passed the bicameral bipartisan Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act #HongKongProtests  #香港

Joe Biden's campaign has less than half the available cash of three other top-tier Democratic presidential contenders

JUST IN: U.S. and Korean authorities say they've broken up one of the world's largest child pornography markets. The U.S. charged a 23-year-old South Korean national who ran a dark web market that distributed over 1 million explicit videos using children and accepted Bitcoin

This was my last #TripartiteSocialSummit , but work on the social dimension of the #EU  must go on. I am happy that we can build on the European Pillar of #SocialRights  and that the #EULabourAuthorityLabourAuthority  starts its work today. It wouldn’t be Europe if it was not social.

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"You're not going to make poor people rich by making rich people poor," says Billionaire Leon Cooperman

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