Archinomics weekly update: Monday 26 October 2020

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On this week's podcast...

US equity markets were treading water ahead of  the presidential election and an agreement on the fiscal stimulus package, while China’s Q3 GDP growth fell short of expectations. The week ahead brings a raft of quarterly earnings figures for the US tech sector, as well as indications of the strength of the rebound in US GDP for the third quarter. 

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