The United States: Starting off with the housing market, properties are taking longer to sell.
The Eurozone: Germany’s IFO business expectations index is crashing, which points to a contraction in Germany’s GDP.
Energy: Russia is putting a squeeze on Europe’s natural gas markets. Futures jumped in response to this information.
Equities: We got some bad news from Walmart, sending shares down sharply after the close.
Companies with higher non-US revenues have seen stronger earnings and revenue growth this quarter.
Credit: So far, we’ve had the biggest annual decline in high-yield bond issuance on record.
Food for Thought: Lastly, let’s take a look at warmer nights and insufficient sleep.
Edited by Alexander Bowers
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