THE MONDAY MIX: Nov. 30 – Dec. 6, 2015

Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:

The U.S. job market remains strong, as 211,000 new jobs were added in Nov. (298,000 in October).
The Federal Reserve signaled it’s likely raise to interest rates this Dec., ending an era of near-zero rates.
China’s currency was granted global reserve status by the IMF, joining the dollar, pound, yen and euro.
China’s economic data for Nov. is expected to show sluggishness, prompting further stimulus.
European equities declined on disappointment about European Central Bank stimulus measures.

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