US industrial production dropped unexpectedly last month, registering across-the-board declines by sectors.
Wall Street futures were in the red ahead of the bell on Monday as bond yields headed north and Chinese GDP numbers disappointed.
A Covid-19 vaccine being developed by Valneva performed better than AstraZeneca’s jab in trials, the French biotech announced on Monday, sending its shares soaring.
Bitcoin continued to extend its gains this weekend, after hitting six-month highs around $61,000 on Friday. The most traded of digital currencies is changing hands above $62,000 on Monday, boosted by investor optimism around the imminent approval of the Bitcoin exchange-traded fund based on futures contracts that, according to 'Bloomberg', the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will be approved "imminently", even as soon as this week.
China’s economic growth slowed sharply in the third quarter amid power shortages and supply chain issues, according to figures released on Monday by the National Bureau of Statistics.
A fire has broken out on at the Mina al-Ahmadi oil refinery in Kuwait but operations and exports have not been affected, the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) said on Monday.
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