Thursday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (11/14/2019)

European stocks edge lower on China trade concerns and ‘worst of all worlds’ German economic data – MarketWatch

NY Fed accepts $77.09 bln in overnight repo bids – Reuters

Trump’s Shadow Ukraine Policy Laid Bare in Impeachment Opener – Bloomberg

China says the trade war should be ended by removing tariffs – CNBC

Is the Equity Market Breakout Sustainable? – Merk Investments

The “Momentum” Unwind And Treasury Puke Is Over: Here’s What Happens Next – Zero Hedge

German economy dodges recession with 0.1% expansion in third quarter –

Canopy Growth EPS misses by C$0.73, misses on revenue – SeekingAlpha

Cisco stock falls as slowdown spreads, CEO says ‘the entire quarter was worse than we had expected’ – MarketWatch

Tear gas fired in Sheung Shui and tension grows outside Polytechnic University in Hong Kong – South China Morning Post

Violence in Hong Kong as leader denounces “enemies of the people” – Axios

China-backed JV to develop giant Simandou north iron ore deposit in Guinea –

Google plans to offer checking accounts next year – The Verge

Twinkies cereal coming to a store near you – CBS News

Cirque Du Soleil Billionaire Guy Laliberté In Custody For Growing Cannabis – Forbes

Taylor’s bombshell and 12 more big impeachment hearing moments – Politico

Trump’s Bullying of Ukraine Set Off Alarms Throughout the US Government – Defense One

Impeachment witnesses can expect abuse, death threats, say survivors of past political scandals – Reuters

Trump falsely claims Ivanka ‘created 14 million jobs’ – The Hill

Love him or hate him, voters say impeachment hearings will not change their views on Trump – Reuters

Kelsey Grammer slams ex-wife Camille as ‘pathetic,’ claims she asked for divorce day of his mom’s funeral – Fox News

On Facebook, fears of parasites push people to post pictures of feces and pursue dangerous remedies – NBC News

Woman’s eye ‘bursts’ after spending too much time on phone, doctors say – WPLG TV

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