[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall With Europe on Lockdowns: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Europe lockdown fears rattle investors, spark dash for safe-havens

[Reuters] Euro slumps as Austria reimposes lockdown; dollar flying high

[Reuters] Asian shares down as Alibaba’s slide reignites China worries

[Reuters] Fed policymakers start penciling in earlier U.S. rate hikes

[Reuters] Austria imposes full lockdown, Germany may follow, as COVID grips Europe

[Reuters] China’s land sales slump for 4th month as property woes worsen

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Property Stocks Surge; Land Sale Rules Eased: Evergrande Update

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Fateful Day From India to Turkey Rocks Emerging-Market Investors

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] PBOC Warns Against One-Way Yuan Bets After Rally to 6-Year High

[Reuters] Japan to unveil record stimulus package, bucking global tapering trend

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Japan Inflation Shows Continued Pulse as Gas Prices Surge

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Weidmann Says Inflation May Stay Above Target in Medium Term

[Reuters] From fire to floods, climate change hits Canada’s fragile supply chain

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Global Warming Is Destroying Crops. Can It Be Stopped In Time?

[CNN] WTA chairman willing to pull out of China if tennis star Peng Shuai not fully accounted for

[Bloomberg] Broken Supply Chains Threaten Ruin at a Growing Number of Small Firms

[Bloomberg] Inflation Gives U.S. Workers Ammunition in Year-End Pay Reviews

[Bloomberg] China Faces Many Challenges in Keeping Economy Stable, Li Says

[Bloomberg] China’s Economy Is in for Much Slower Growth, Beige Book’s Miller Says

[Bloomberg] China Cities Ease Land Bidding Rules as Property Stress Spreads

[Bloomberg] ECB Mustn’t Tighten Despite ‘Painful’ Inflation, Lagarde Says

[WSJ] Political Calculus Confronts Biden on Fed Pick of Powell vs. Brainard

[WSJ] Turkey’s Rate Debacle Is a Warning for Emerging-Markets Investors

[WSJ] Hamptons Beachfront Home Sells for $70 Million

[FT] Low yields have left investors numb to risk, bond veteran Dan Fuss says

[FT] US supply chain strains divide ‘big box’ and small stores