Monday, October 8, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Reverse Losses as Tech Gets Beat Up: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] European shares slides to 6-month low on China, Italy worries

[CNBC] US growing concerned about China's falling currency and 'turn away from market-oriented policies'

[CNBC] Rising yields could be a big problem for booming corporate profits

[Bloomberg/Newsmax] Most Popular Hedge Fund Stocks Getting Hit Hardest in Market Rout

[BloombergQ] Fifth Bond Sale Pulled as Cracks Grow in Europe's Primary Market

[BloombergQ] Tourbillon Hedge Fund to Return $1 Billion in Latest Closure

[Reuters] Venezuela's annual inflation hits 488,865 percent in September: congress

[Reuters] Chill in the air as Pompeo meets Chinese counterparts in Beijing

[FT] Risk appetite hit by Italy and China worries

[FT] China slams Trump’s ‘misguided actions’

[FT] Who is Jair Bolsonaro? Five key facts about Brazil’s far-right frontrunner

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares slide on 'powerful cocktail' of China slump, Treasuries and Italy

[Reuters] China stocks tumble despite central bank's move to support economy

[Reuters] Italy's bonds, bank stocks hammered as Rome, EU draw budget battle lines

[BloombergQ] China's Yuan Sinks Past Key Support Level as Trade War Heats Up

[Reuters] Oil drops 1 percent as U.S. considers granting some waivers on Iran crude sanctions

[BloombergQ] New Era of Rising Rates Finally Dawns On U.S. Treasury Investors

[BloombergQ] Italy's Outlook Darkens as Politics Skews From Orthodox Thinking

[Reuters] Emerging markets prepared for U.S. monetary policy changes: Fed's Bullard

[Reuters] Far right, ex-military officer to face leftist in Brazil presidential runoff

[BloombergQ] Global M&A Appetite Wanes Amid Geopolitical Concerns

[BloombergQ] Asia Dollar Bond Sales Drop to Spill Into 2019 on Yield Woes

[BloombergQ] China-U.S. Tensions Flare in Testy Pompeo Visit to Beijing

[BloombergQ] Why the South China Sea Fuels U.S.-China Tensions