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  1. BRIEF-Fitch Affirms Lithuania At 'A'; Outlook Stable
    Reuters | 05:10 PM EST

    * FITCH AFFIRMS LITHUANIA AT 'A'; OUTLOOK STABLE.

  2. BRIEF-Fitch Affirms Spain At 'A-' Outlook Stable
    Reuters | 05:05 PM EST

    * FITCH AFFIRMS SPAIN AT 'A-'; OUTLOOK STABLE Source text for Eikon:

  3. Speculators pare net shorts on U.S. 10-year, two-year note futures -CFTC
    Reuters | 04:58 PM EST

    Speculators trimmed net bearish bets on U.S. 10-year and two-year Treasury note futures in the latest week, according to Commodity Futures Trading Commission data released on Friday.

  4. US STOCKS-S&P 500 ends slightly lower after jobs report
    Reuters | 04:49 PM EST

    * Job growth beats expectations. * Unemployment rate steady at 3.7% * Ford falls on lower November vehicle sales. * Dow up 0.1%, S&P 500 down 0.12%, Nasdaq down 0.18% By Chuck Mikolajczak.

  5. BRIEF-S&P Says Uzbekistan 'BB-/B' Ratings Affirmed, Outlook Stable
    Reuters | 04:26 PM EST

    * S&P SAYS UZBEKISTAN 'BB-/B' RATINGS AFFIRMED; OUTLOOK STABLE.

  6. BRIEF-S&P Says Lithuania Outlook Revised To Negative From Stable
    Reuters | 04:21 PM EST

    * S&P SAYS LITHUANIA OUTLOOK REVISED TO NEGATIVE FROM STABLE ON SPILLOVER EFFECTS FROM THE WAR; 'A+/A-1' RATINGS AFFIRMED. * S&P PROJECTS COUNTRY'S ECONOMY WILL FALL INTO RECESSION IN FIRST-HALF 2023 BEFORE RECOVERING IN SECOND HALF & GROWING ONLY 0.5% ANNUALLY.

  7. TREASURIES-U.S. yields little changed as jobs report raises inflation concerns
    Reuters | 04:19 PM EST

    Treasury yields pared sharp gains on Friday after a strong U.S. jobs report for November showed a resilient labor market with rising wages, a potential thorn for the Federal Reserve as it moves to ...

  8. US STOCKS-Wall Street closes modestly lower after jobs report
    Reuters | 04:00 PM EST

    * Job growth beats expectations. * Unemployment rate steady at 3.7% * Ford falls on lower November vehicle sales. By Chuck Mikolajczak.

  9. NY Fed paper ties reverse repo surge to bank regulation change
    Reuters | 03:45 PM EST

    - Persistently massive inflows of cash into a key Federal Reserve facility are in large part being driven by a bank liquidity regulation change from last year, a report from the New York Fed said Friday. The Fed's facility offers what are called reverse repos, which allow eligible firms to park cash at the central bank in exchange for a risk-free return.

  10. EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX falls as strong U.S. jobs data revives hawkish Fed fears
    Reuters | 03:39 PM EST

    Latin American currencies fell on Friday after a stronger-than-expected reading on U.S. employment raised concerns about a hawkish Federal Reserve, while South Africa's rand rebounded a day ...

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