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Bond yields continue to move higher, reaching December 2015 highs. Since Trumps election falling bond prices have wiped out more than $1 trillion in value worldwide, the worst rout in nearly 1 1/2 years. This may mark the end to a more than 30-year-old bull market in bonds. (Reuters)  

The dollar is getting stronger pushing an 11-month high against major currencies. (CNBC)

Home Depot, the biggest U.S. home improvement chain, reported third-quarter profit and sales numbers. Home Depot same store sales rose 5.5% in the quarter.  Sales increased 6.1% to $23.15 billion. Profits were up 14.1% to $1.97 billion. (Reuters)

Did not see this coming. Coca-Cola may become a takeover target of beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev. (Sunday Telegraph)

Tobacco company Reynolds American is looking for a higher buyout price from British American Tobacco.  Reynolds American has rejected British American Tobaccos $47 billion takeover offer for the rest of the U.S. cigarette maker it does not already own. (Reuters)

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