European markets are cautious as investors weigh the Fed outlook

Shares on the way: Informa up 6%, Roche down 4%

Shares of Information climbed more than 6% in early trade to lead the Stoxx 600 after the British publishing company upgraded its guidance for 2022.

At the bottom of the Stoxx 600, Roche fell 4.7% after the Swiss pharmaceutical company̵[ads1]7;s Alzheimer’s drug candidate failed in two long-awaited trials.

– Elliot Smith

Bitcoin falls below $16,000 to lowest since November 2020 as FTX saga continues

CNBC Pro: A retail stock just hit an all-time high — and Bank of America thinks it has further to go

This year’s bear market has erased trillions of dollars in market value from the stock market, but a few stocks have performed significantly better during this period.

Bank of America identified three retail stocks that bucked the trend, and says one remains a buy.

Pro subscribers can read more here.

— Zavier Ong

CNBC Pro: UBS Says Disinflation Is Coming — And Shares 8 Global Stocks To Play It

The Swiss bank UBS has predicted a “sharp” disinflation in 2023.

It said weak growth along with “mechanical” indicators, such as easing supply chain bottlenecks and rising inventories, would cause prices to fall next year.

The investment bank looked for stocks that would benefit from such an environment.

CNBC Pro subscribers can read more about their forecasts, and eight stocks we’ve highlighted from their list.

– Ganesh Rao

European markets: Here are the opening calls

European markets are set to open in positive territory on Monday with global markets still seeing a boost from last week’s US inflation figures, which showed prices had risen less than expected in October.

Britain’s FTSE index is expected to open 13 points higher at 7,338, Germany’s DAX up 45 points at 14,283, France’s CAC up 30 points at 6,627 and Italy’s FTSE MIB down 136 points at 24,459, according to data from IG.

Data releases include Eurozone industrial production figures for September. There is no great income.

—Holly Ellyatt

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