The United States: The IHS Markit manufacturing figures were also solid. However, the US manufacturing index now significantly lags the Eurozone.
The Eurozone: The euro area’s factory activity hit the highest level since 2000. Here is a summary.
Japan: Japan’s factory activity has been strengthening. Below is a summary from IHS Markit.
Equity Markets: US households are increasingly exposed to the stock market.
The United Kingdom: The UK balance of payments has deteriorated this year
Emerging Markets: EM stocks saw outflows in November.
Bitcoin: Here is how Bitcoin compares to other currencies in circulation.
Global Developments: This chart shows the global debt-to-GDP ratio.
Food for Thought: What do people of different ages do online?
Edited by Joseph N Cohen
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