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Frontrunning: December 4

  • The Jobs Report Probably Won’t Change the Fed’s Mind on Liftoff (BBG)
  • U.S. authorities look for militant links to shooters in California mass slaying (Reuters)
  • Neighbors, Acquaintances Shocked That Couple Are San Bernardino Shooting Suspects (WSJ)
  • ECB Fumbles the Stimulus-Baton Hand-off, Mussing Up Fed’s Plans (WSJ)
  • OPEC Heads for Status Quo as Members Clash Over Crude Output Cut (BBG)
  • Foreigners drawn in as fear and loathing grip China’s finance industry (Reuters)
  • Uber Raises Funding at $62.5 Billion Valuation (BBG)
  • China’s premier says will ruthlessly deal with zombie firms (Reuters)
  • At Yahoo, Pressure for Change Tests Board’s Loyalty to Mayer (WSJ)
  • Senate Votes to Repeal Most of Obamacare Despite Veto Threat (BBG)
  • Brazilian Bank BTG Gets $1.6 Billion Credit Line (WSJ)
  • Israel trained against Russian-made air defense system in Greece (Reuters)
  • U.S. Targets Islamic State’s Baghdadi as Special Forces Gear Up (BBG)
  • Morgan Stanley Said to Start Cutting Fixed-Income Jobs in London (BBG)
  • China’s Bond Leverage Tops $1.2 Trillion in Replay of Stock Boom (BBG)
  • Obama lights national tree, remembers California victims (Reuters)
  • Avon Investor Barington Urges Company to Avoid `Fire Sale’ Deal (BBG)
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