The following are the headlines discussed at Aldwin Callen's Monday morning briefing:
- Orders from US factories increased by 1% in October, led by a 2% increase in non-durable items and a 1% dip in orders for durable goods.
- Corporate insiders and CEOs have sold 30% more shares this year than in 2020, reaching $69 billion.
- According to Broadridge Financial Solutions, total assets under sustainable investing methods might treble by 2030, reaching roughly $30 trillion.
- The IMF has urged G20 lenders to restructure the debts of poor developing countries, 60% of which are believed to be in debt difficulty.
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