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Financial and Economic Brief - Nov. 4th, 2015

• Continued Concerns Over China - Global Stocks Drop After China Manufacturing Data.

• Saudi Arabia Credit Rating Downgraded - Saudi Arabia downgraded after budget surplus turns negative.

• Visa To Buy Visa Europe - Visa to buy Visa Europe in deal worth as much as $23 billion.

Financial and Economic Brief - October 28th, 2015

• Middle East Deficit - Saudi Arabia to run out of cash in less than 5 years.

• Sales of New Homes Down - New home sales tumble 11.5% in September.

• Global Stocks Stall - Stock Rally Stalls as Dollar Slides on Central Bank Speculation.

Financial and Economic Brief - October 21st, 2015

• China GDP Down - China GDP growth slides to 6.9%, worst since 2009.

• Will OPEC Cut Output? - Iran Sees No OPEC Output Change as Country Seeks $70-$80 Oil.

• Morgan Stanley Still Sound? - Morgan Stanley's trading rout sets grim tone for fourth quarter.

Financial and Economic Brief - October 7th, 2015

• Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement - An agreement has been reached between 12 Pacific-rim nations on the start of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

• U.S. Stocks Higher - After a disappointing U.S. jobs report on Friday, the stock market opened higher today.

• American Apparel Bankruptcy - American Apparel filed for bankruptcy today after its made-in-the U.S. model proved unsuccessful.