10 Things You Need To Know This Morning

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Good morning. Here's what you need to know.

  • Asian markets were mixed in over night trading with the Shanghai Composite down 0.5 percent on concerns about growth in 2013. Europe is selling off and U.S. markets are modestly lower.
  • Spain saw important elections this weekend, with Catalonia voting for pro-independent parties. But Spanish media pointed out that the elections were a major setback for Catalonia's current leader Artur Mas who is pushing to see the region split away from Spain.
  • European policymakers are meeting again today, to reach an agreement on a financial aid program for Greece. Societe Generale's Michala Marcussen writes,  "While a German press report this weekend suggested that some form of “conditional” forgiveness could be on the cards as of 2015, the official position out of Berlin is that official sector debt forgiveness is not on the menu."
  • The Dallas Fed manufacturing survey for November is out at 10:30 a.m. ET. Expectations are for the business activity index to rise to 4.7. Follow the release at Money Game >


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