Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— Volatility returned to the global financial markets, with European stocks especially hit hard (biggest 1-day drop in nearly three years).
— Eurozone industrial production fell 1.9% in August (year-over-year), with Germany leading the decline with a 2.8% drop.
— The big recent drop in crude oil prices could help increase consumer spending around the globe.
— Chinese exports enjoyed their largest gain in 19 months, surging 15.3% in September.
— Russia threatened to reduce the natural gas flowing to Europe if Ukraine diverts it for domestic use.
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