[CNBC] Stocks rise as market tries to rebound from Monday’s big sell-off

[Reuters] Dollar struggles as U.S. election uncertainty offsets COVID-19 concerns

[Reuters] White House says COVID-19 aid deal seen ‘in coming weeks’

[CNBC] Home prices in August see biggest gains in more than two years, S&P Case Shiller says

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders beat expectations in September

[CNBC] Millions poised to lose unemployment benefits in ‘enormous cliff’ at year’s end

[CNBC] Coronavirus live updates: U.S. reports average daily high of 69,967 cases, up 20% from last week

[Reuters] German minister warns of 20,000 new daily virus cases within days

[Reuters] Protests flare in Italian cities against COVID-19 restrictions

[Reuters] Wave of new COVID-19 cases crashes across U.S. and Europe as winter looms

[AP] California braces for more fire danger from winds

[Reuters] Europe swept by COVID wave amid anger at new curbs

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Why Evergrande’s Investors Can’t Afford to Force a Default

[CNBC] Chinese companies are leading the global IPO rush amid a ‘flight from uncertainty’

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Turkey Tweaks Key Banking Ratio to Slow Credit After Lira Plunge

[Reuters] U.S. warns of threat posed by China, signs military pact with India

[WSJ] Struggling Rental Market Could Usher in Next American Housing Crisis

[WSJ] Lenders Cracking Down on Mall Owners Behind on the Mortgage

[WSJ] Study Shows Covid-19 Antibodies Waning Over Time, Suggesting Immunity Might Wear Off

[FT] The US shale industry’s top priority: win back Wall Street

[FT] Beijing and Wall Street deepen ties despite geopolitical rivalry

[FT] Eurozone banks rein in lending due to pandemic worries

[FT] Austerity vs populism tensions overhang LatAm debt markets