5 things to know before the stock market opens Monday

Here are the most important news, trends and analysis that investors need to start their trading day: Wall Street set to start the week lower after Friday's rally WTI tops $83 per barrel; bond yields move higher China GDP disappoints, third-quarter growth slows to 4.9% Bitcoin inches toward all-time highs on bitcoin ETF optimism Apple likely to finish transforming its […]

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Stock futures edge down to start the week

Economic expert predicts another year of inflation as holidays loom Chief economic adviser at Allianz, Mohamed El-Erian, argued more physical infrastructure will eventually lead to lower inflation as Democrats continue to negotiate a massive spending bill. U.S. stock futures slipped ahead of industrial production figures and another volley of corporate earnings reports. S&P 500 futures fell 0.3% and Dow Jones […]

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Gold Futures Settle Higher For 3rd Straight Day

Gold prices advanced on Thursday, extending gains to a third straight session, as the dollar dropped a bit and the yield on Treasury bonds eased. The dollar index, which fell to 93.76 in the European session, recovered gradually to 94.01, cutting its loss to just about 0.08%. Gold futures for December ended up by $3.20 or about 0.2% at $1,797.90 […]

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What to watch today: Stock futures rise after S&P 500, Nasdaq broke 3-day losing streaks

Dow futures gained nearly 300 points Thursday as investors consider a flood of strong bank and health-care-related earnings as well as upcoming data on wholesale inflation and jobless claims. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq on Wednesday broke three-session losing streaks. However, the Dow fell for a fourth straight session.(CNBC) The 10-year Treasury yield dipped to around 1.53%, one day after […]

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Supply chain snafus touch every corner of the economy

A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business’ Before the Bell newsletter. Not a subscriber? You can sign up right here. London (CNN Business)US stocks have stumbled lower in recent weeks as investors try to assess the threat posed by snarled supply chains, a global energy crisis and rising inflation that could prompt central banks to pull back […]

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Westpac and CBA mandate COVID-19 vaccines for staff

The country’s two biggest banks, Westpac and Commonwealth Bank, will require staff to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, saying the mandate is needed to protect the safety of staff and customers. The move from the two financial giants will affect about 75,000 staff around Australia, including tens of thousands of workers in the central business district of Sydney, where both […]

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