United States: US consumers view the current environment as ideal for selling a house.
The Eurozone: Economists keep downgrading their euro-area 2020 growth forecasts.
China: The World Economics SMI indicators point to a rebound in business activity in October.
Equities: Here is the put-call ratio for the S&P 500.
Credit: The average yield on US high-yield debt hit the lowest level since 2017.
Food for Thought: Views on China:
Edited by Daniel Moskovits
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