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As in China’s benchmark stock index gained 2.6% on Friday despite weaker than expected GDP, following the government’s pledge to provide additional liquidity.


As in Elon Musk tweets the new Tesla Model 3 costs $31k after tax credits, attempting to broaden appeal for his cheapest electric vehicle.


As in the Cass Truckload Index rises to 140, a ten-year high as the US economy posts strong gains and businesses build inventories ahead of the holidays.


“Popularity has turned into concern about overcrowding, and outperformance has turned into concern about overvaluation. We think these risks are overstated.” 
–Goldman Sachs strategist Dave Kostin defending technology stocks and arguing they are a buy.


“Italy’s significantly higher budget deficits for the coming three years make it vulnerable to future shocks.”
–Moody’s rationale for downgraded Italian debt to one notch above junk. 

“Matthew Korn from Goldman, you can run but you can’t hide. I’ll see you at the commodity conference very soon.”
–Cleveland Cliffs CEO Lourenco Goncalves calling out the GS analyst during the earnings call for a publishing a negative report.”