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"I absolutely believe there need not be a new Cold War," US President Joe Biden said after meeting with China's Xi Jinping. Here's your Evening Briefing - Bloomberg News

India's state wheat stock halves from a year ago - Reuters News

The Bloomberg Trade Tracker shows a more somber outlook for world trade - Bloomberg News

The list of tech companies cutting jobs is growing - Bloomberg News

Michael Bloomberg opens the New Economy Forum in Singapore on Tuesday warning that the world faces risks from inflation, war and "a climate crisis that is getting worse before our eyes." - Bloomberg News

Australia free trade deal a failure for UK, says George Eustice - BBC News

Elon Musk, who has called himself a "free speech absolutist," has resorted to firing Twitter engineers who publicly criticize him on the social-media service - Bloomberg News

Credit Suisse agrees to sell a significant part its securitized products group's assets in a deal that will help cut back a business that soaks up capital - Bloomberg News

Britain's housing meltdown is threatening to end the era of bumper payouts by the country's largest homebuilders - Bloomberg News

China's COVID cases rose further, including in the capital Beijing, even as many cities scaled back routine testing after authorities announced measures last week aimed at easing the impact of the country's heavy coronavirus curbs. Read more: - Reuters News

Europe must avoid over-reliance on China, says EU leader - Reuters News

Credit Suisse has started cutting senior bank jobs in Asia including three managing directors as the bank carries out its plan to reduce global headcount by 9,000 - Bloomberg News

Singapore home sales drop to the lowest since April 2020 - Bloomberg News

The current spell of weakness in the global economy is the result of central banks the world over betting "on the wrong side" of inflation last year, Singapore's Senior Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam says at the Bloomberg #NewEconomyForum - Bloomberg News

China's economy slowed in October as Covid outbreaks worsened and a slump in the property market showed no signs of easing - Bloomberg News

G20 chair Indonesia: world cannot move forward if war does not end - Reuters News

What to do with 18 shipping containers of rotting cabbages - BBC News

FedEx's freight unit is putting workers on furlough in some US markets, adding to mounting evidence of a cargo slowdown - Bloomberg News

Australia's central bank is prepared to pause its tightening cycle or return to larger interest-rate increases if the economy requires it - Bloomberg News

India's Modi says there should be no restrictions on energy supplies - Reuters News

Oil prices slide on China COVID worries, cut in OPEC demand outlook - Reuters News

For the world economy, 2022 has been a terrible year, but 2023 could be even worse - Bloomberg News

China reports 17,909 new COVID cases for Nov 14 vs 16,203 a day earlier - Reuters News

Caught on camera: China's tough Covid lockdowns fuel rare violent protests in Guangzhou - Bloomberg News

U.S. says six airlines issue $622 million in refunds - Reuters News

Japan's trade minister Yasutoshi Nishimura says Japan and the US are working together to make the next generation of semiconductors - Bloomberg News

Another Twitter quitter - Bloomberg News

Dollar rebounds as Fed officials say hikes to continue; yen slumps - Reuters News

Chinese city tiptoes away from zero-Covid - Financial Times

Sterling, Big Oil and homebuilders: the winners and losers from upcoming UK budget - Reuters News

China's super-rich are pushing prices higher for Singapore luxury cars, mansions, and golf club memberships - Bloomberg News

Senior executives across China's $58 trillion financial system are facing additional pay cuts as firms strive to comply with President Xi Jinping's "common prosperity" drive - Bloomberg News

China is biggest state-based threat to UK security, says Sunak - Financial Times

China's economy slowed in October as Covid outbreaks worsened and a slump in the property market showed no signs of easing - Bloomberg News

London-based LMR Partners is opening an office in Dubai, joining a growing number of hedge funds setting up in the Middle Eastern financial hub - Bloomberg News

A recent fizzle in the hype surrounding plant protein will give way to a more sustainable growth path, according to a top Nestle executive - Bloomberg News

Fast-money quants were effectively forced to buy an estimated $225 billion of stocks and bonds over just two trading sessions, as one of Wall Street's hottest strategies in the great 2022 bear market shows signs of cracking - Bloomberg News

As Malaysians head to the polls on Nov. 19, rising costs of living and a weaker currency will likely influence how they cast their ballots. Here's where the economy stands prior to the national vote - Bloomberg News

The number of people over 65 with sexually transmitted infections has increased by 20%, putting increased pressure on the NHS - Bloomberg News

Deutsche Bank, fighting a 500 million lawsuit over the potential misselling of risky foreign exchange derivatives, agrees to search the emails and records belonging to a former executive, Louise Kitchen - Bloomberg News

India's population growth slows as world reaches 8 billion - Reuters News

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak refuses to rule out sending arms to Taiwan as his government reviews its foreign, defense and security policy - Bloomberg News

European equities gain amid optimism about China, with risk appetite driving major European stock indexes close to bull market levels - Bloomberg News

Vodafone launches a 1 billion cost savings plan to confront high energy prices and inflation - Bloomberg News

Macron, Xi discuss debt of poorer nations at G20 - Elysee - Reuters News

Europe's sovereign debt can't keep going up forever - Bloomberg News via @opinion

Sunak to raise Britain's minimum wage -The Times - Reuters News

Sterling, Big Oil and homebuilders: the winners and losers from upcoming UK budget - Reuters News

Finland's economy contracts as accelerating inflation and higher borrowing costs hurt activity - Bloomberg News

UK wages grow more than expected as companies add workers, official data shows - Bloomberg News