Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning meeting:
— U.S. consumer sentiment rose to the highest level since 2007, boosted by falling oil prices.
— U.S. equities ended a nearly two-month string of gains on concerns global economic growth is slowing.
— The U.S. Senate began debating a $1.1 trillion spending bill to fund the federal government.
— Detroit exited from its 17-month bankruptcy, and the city’s emergency manager resigned.
— The Russian ruble continued to fall, despite the central bank’s move to increase interest rates.
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