Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Tech Snaps 3-Day Skid But Stocks Can't Hold Gains: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Oil Climbs as Storm Ravages U.S. Gulf and Global Risks Abound

[Reuters] Italy's bond yields fall after Tria makes Draghi-style pledge

[CNBC] Trump says he doesn't like what the Fed is doing, central bank is going too fast in raising rates

[Reuters] Trump repeats threat of more tariffs if China retaliates on trade

[Reuters] Rising yields suggests 'conflicting factors' over U.S. growth: Fed's Kaplan

[CNBC] Mortgage rates jump past 5%, signaling more home price cuts ahead

[BloombergQ] Investors Yank Record Cash Out of Stock, Real Estate, and Muni ETFs

[Reuters] China slashes U.S. LPG imports amid trade war

[BloombergQ] Taiwan’s President Says China Poses Threat to International Order

[NYT] The Unknowable Fallout of China’s Trade War Nuclear Option

[BloombergSub] The Bond Market’s $1 Trillion Deficit Spiral Has No Political Fix

[FT] BoE warns EU that £41tn of derivatives at risk after Brexit

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Retreat as Treasuries Steady; Oil Advances: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Selloff sucks Europe back under after Asia sinks to 17-month low

[Reuters] U.S. 10-year, 30-year Treasury yields hit fresh multi-year highs

[Reuters] China must take strong stimulus measures to support growth: state media

[CNBC] IMF cuts its global growth forecast, citing trade disruptions

[BloombergQ] Bonds in $916 Billion Wipeout Spark Fear of Worst Run Since 1976

[BloombergQ] Italy’s Tria Warns on Global Growth; Gap With EU ‘Unacceptable’

[Reuters] U.S. economists win Nobel for work on climate change, innovation

[Reuters] China's HNA lists property assets worth $11 billion for sale: documents

[WSJ] Yuan Lending Rate Surges as China Struggles to Stem Currency’s Slide

[WSJ] Hedge Funds Retreat as Markets Advance

[WSJ] U.S.-China Tensions Break Out in Beijing

[WSJ] Pence Unloaded on China; Here’s Why That’s Important

[FT] US threatens to block trade talks with China at G20

[FT] Growth policies and populism threaten global economy, IMF warns