Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[CNBC] US stock futures point to another drop on Thursday as October stock-market rout continues

[CNBC] Dow plummets 800 points in worst drop since February, Amazon and tech shares lead the rout

[Reuters] S&P tumbles 3 percent as U.S. yields soar, investors shun risk

[Fortune] Trump Says the Federal Reserve Has 'Gone Crazy' and Markets Are in a 'Correction'

[Reuters] Rising U.S. bond yields bring back Wall Street's sinking feeling

[AsiaTimes] Has the derivatives volcano already begun to erupt?

[Reuters] Atlanta Fed raises U.S. third-quarter GDP growth view to 4.2 percent

[Reuters] Fed's Evans sees 'a little bit more to go' before hitting neutral

[BloombergSub] Options Activity in ‘Fear Gauge’ Spikes as U.S. Stocks Sink

[BloombergSub] There’s Nowhere to Hide in U.S. Markets as Correlation Breaks Down

[BloombergSub] Bond Market Slump Is Now Hitting High-Yield Funds

[WSJ] Real-Estate Backed Loans Stage Comeback in CLO Surge

[FT] Biggest bond ETF suffers record withdrawals

[FT] Italy turmoil is hitting our banks, says Bank of Greece governor

Wednesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Sink Most Since June on Trade, Yield Angst: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Tech, luxury goods lead Wall Street slide

[Reuters] Treasuries-Yields gain after U.S. producer prices data

[Reuters] U.S. producer prices rebound in September

[CNBC] Mnuchin warns China against devaluing currency, says yuan agreement must be part of trade deal

[Reuters] Global financial stability risks rising with trade tensions, IMF says

[CNBC] Sears reportedly preparing for bankruptcy filing as soon as this week

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage applications fall 1.7% as interest rates move above 5%

[CNBC] Trade tensions could trigger another global financial crisis, but investors appear complacent, IMF says

[Reuters] Global debt is growing, IMF says, but so are values of public assets

[WSJ] Fed’s Williams Sees Interest Rates Reaching Neutral Levels in ‘the Next Year or So’

[WSJ] Beijing Struggles to Keep Its Currency On Course

[WSJ] Treasury Spells Out New Rules on Foreign Deals Involving U.S. Technology