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News Highlights : Top Global Markets News of the Day

11/15/2021 | 06:37am EST
Japan Economy Shrinks, Hit by Supply Chain Troubles 
 

The world's third-largest economy contracted 0.8% in the third quarter in the July-September period owing to a decline in exports caused by supply-chain constraints and lower consumer spending.

 
Stocks Snap Weekly Winning Streak 
 

U.S. shares ended a five-week winning streak, knocked by concerns about inflation. Lordstown Motors shares dropped after the electric-vehicle startup posted a loss.

 
Economy Week Ahead: Industry, Consumers and Inflation 
 

Data out this week will show how economies are performing at the start of the fourth quarter.

 
Democrats Try to Heal Rifts, Pass $2 Trillion Spending Bill 
 

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to have enough votes to pass the education, healthcare and climate bill, but the tensions between centrists and progressives are a microcosm of a larger strain between the party's factions.

 
COP26 Opens Path to International Carbon Trading 
 

A U.N.-certified carbon credit could be used by regulated markets and standardize more informal ones.

 
On Inflation Surge, the Fed Is Running Out of Excuses 
 

Investors still buy the story that inflation will go away on its own, but the risks are rising that it won't.

 
Rising Prices Push Biden to Shift Message 
 

As inflation worries threaten to put the Democratic Party's legislative agenda at risk, the White House is focusing its messaging on how it is easing supply-chain and price pressures.

 
What Does Inflation Mean for American Businesses? For Some, Bigger Profits 
 

Executives seize a rare opportunity to raise prices. Nearly two out of three of the biggest U.S. publicly traded companies have reported fatter profit margins than they did before the pandemic; "a very unprecedented environment."

 
Inflation Surge Whips Up Market Froth 
 

A drop in inflation-adjusted government bond yields has pushed investors to riskier parts of the market including stocks and initial public offerings.

 
Inflation Bets Give a Boost to Small-Cap Stocks 
 

Small-cap stocks have performed more strongly than their large-cap peers during times since 2010 when inflation expectations were rising, an analysis shows, and solid profits have helped spark the recent stock market run.

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

11-14-21 2115ET

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