European Stocks Fall With Euro; Commodities Rebound
European stocks fell for a fourth day, U.S. index futures erased gains and the euro weakened after German manufacturing and business confidence missed estimates. Commodities gained for the first time in four days on signs a slump in China’s factory output is easing.
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Japan's Strong Yen Weighs on Exports
47:44 - Japanese exports fell for a 12th consecutive month in September, rounding out a rough year for manufacturers struggling with a stronger yen and soft global demand. Yet the numbers were better than expected, and export volumes rose last month by the most in nearly two years, prompting some upbeat assessments by economists. Credit Agricole Head of G10 FX Research Valentin Marinov discusses with Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe."