Concerns over the eurozone dominated the month of November in the global financial markets, leading to another difficult month for equity market returns and risk assets in general, and another solid month of returns for U.S. Treasuries and other safe-haven investments. While the economic backdrop soured in the eurozone, and continued to slow in China, the U.S. economy held up reasonably well in November, and this week’s batch of economic reports are likely to support that view…

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A November To Remember for the Economy?