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Puerto Rico avoids second default, but future payments uncertain
NEW YORK/SAN JUAN Puerto Rico avoided a default on debt maturing on Tuesday but warned that its deteriorating liquidity meant that future defaults loom.
Puerto Rico Meets Debt Deadline but Warns of Tight Finances  New York Times
Puerto Rico Avoids Default by Making December Bond Payments  Bloomberg  
US Factory Activity Hits 6-Year Low
U.S. factory activity in November fell to the lowest level since the end of the recession, as a weak global economy and strong dollar continued to buffet the manufacturing sector.
ISM manufacturing activity slumps in November: ISM  Reuters
Manufacturers suffer worst performance since 2009, ISM finds  MarketWatch
First Take: VW's sales drop finally reflects its scandal
The steady drumbeat of scandal finally caught up to Volkswagen on Tuesday where it hurts the most -- in sales. Despite heavy discounting, Volkswagen could not make its sales numbers levitate for a third month since the scandal over rigging of emissions ...
Volkswagen Recalls Vehicles in India  Wall Street Journal
After emissions scandal, Volkswagen's sales plunge in US  CBS News
UPDATE 2-IMF policymakers see need for more economic reforms in China
(Adds details on FX rate gap, foreign trading). WASHINGTON Dec 1 International Monetary Fund policymakers stressed the need for further economic reforms in China and saw some operational challenges in adding China's yuan currency to the fund's ...
IMF Opens Door to Adding Currencies to SDR Basket After Yuan Nod  Bloomberg
IMF policymakers see need for more economic reforms in China  The Globe and Mail
Global factory growth remained muted in November: PMI
LONDON Global manufacturing growth remained tepid in November as new orders came in at a slower pace and factories ran down existing orders, a survey showed on Tuesday.
Europe manufacturing improves, Americas and Asia slow  Economic Times
Manufacturing output at 25-month low in Nov on poor new orders  Hindu Business Line
GM, Toyota Sales Up in Strong November for US Auto Industry
DETROIT - November used to be a slow month for U.S. car sales. Not anymore. Black Friday promotions - some of which began well before Thanksgiving - were expected to push last month's sales to near-record levels.
Auto Sales on Track for Best November Since 2001  Wall Street Journal
Toyota, Nissan lead U.S. sales boom as dealmaking stirs demand  Chicago Tribune
#GivingTuesday: How effective is it?
After Black Friday and Cyber Monday holiday buying sprees, along comes #GivingTuesday - a day of generosity promoted around the world.
'Giving Tuesday' Marks Day of Charity  ABC News
VIDEO: #GivingTuesday simply portrays the real meaning of Christmas  Irish Examiner
Oil hovers near $40, but bulls insist recovery near
It's been exactly one year since OPEC announced it was not cutting production. So far, they have stuck to their word. So there is a bit of nervousness going into Friday's OPEC meeting in Vienna.
Understanding the new global oil economy  Financial Times
COLUMN-Shorting OPEC, hedge funds leave crude prices at risk from recoil: Kemp  Reuters
Tony Blair, Sun Jihai And Manchester City's $400M Deal With China Media ...
It may not be transfer season but earlier today Manchester City of the Premier League announced a blockbuster deal. No players were involved but the deal is another example of Manchester City's growing influence around the globe.
Man City group sells 13% stake to Chinese investors  BusinessDay
Manchester City is 10 times more valuable than it was just seven years ago  Quartz
Canada rebounds with 2.3 per cent quarterly GDP growth, but weakness persists
OTTAWA - Canada has climbed out of the recession that nudged the economy into reverse over the first half of 2015 - but a rebound in growth during the third quarter has already shown signs of lost momentum.
WRAPUP 1-Canada pulls out of recession as growth resumes in 3rd quarter  Reuters
Canada's Economic Rebound Sapped by September Oil Surprise  Bloomberg