Thursday, September 27, 2018

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street pushed higher by Apple, Amazon

[Reuters] Fed chief Powell signals central bank is done with signaling

[CNBC] Bay Area home sales tank 10 percent in August — to the slowest pace in 7 years

[CNBC] These are the world's biggest property bubbles as ranked by UBS

[WSJ] In a Strong Economy, the Fed Doesn’t Want to Hold Your Hand

Thursday's News LInks

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Rally With Dollar; Euro Falls on Italy: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italy budget uncertainty returns to haunt Europe

[Reuters] U.S. second-quarter GDP growth unrevised at 4.2 percent

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders fall; goods trade deficit widens

[Reuters] U.S. September auto sales seen down 6 percent: J.D. Power and LMC

[Reuters] After Fed, Philippines, Indonesia seen hiking rates; NZ holds the line

[BloombergQ] The Fed Is Taking Off The Training Wheels

[BloombergQ] U.S. Has No Plan to Use Oil Reserve to Curb Prices, Rick Perry Says

[CNBC] Another round of Trump tariffs could mean 'economic shock waves' for China

[BloombergQ] German Inflation Unexpectedly Accelerates to Four-Month High

[Reuters] China demands U.S. 'dispel obstacles' to military ties and stop slander

[WSJ] Accommodative or Not, Rates Are Going Up

[FT] Italy’s government makes last-minute push on spending

[FT] Why the Italian budget matters to Europe’s bond market

[FT] China’s private debt reaches record high: report