Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— The European Central Bank will launch a two-year bond-buying program to revive the region’s economy.
— Eurozone inflation was recently only 0.3% annualized, indicating deflation remains a serious a threat.
— The net worth of the U.S. middle class is about where it was in 1989, and income at 1999 levels, adjusted for inflation and household size.
— Monthly withdrawals from commodity ETFs hit $1.05 billion in September, the highest this year.
— The Centers for Disease Control confirmed a Texas-based man has Ebola and is tracking those exposed.
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