Headlines discussed at LNWM’s Monday morning briefing:
— The U.S. economy has expanded “modestly” since Mid-August, the Federal Reserve said.
— Premier Li, China’s No. 2, hinted at weak economy and urged innovation, away from heavy industry.
— Emerging Market stocks gained for the third straight week on expectations Fed will not raise rates.
— Japan’s Prime Minister urged companies to invest more of their high levels of cash to spur growth.
— Europe and Turkey reached an agreement on tackling the Syrian refugee/migrant crisis.
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