Friday, October 12, 2018

Friday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Tech Rally Powers Stock Rebound as Banks Slump: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] With risky bets back in play, stock selloff revives 'Volmageddon' memories

[Reuters] U.S. banks profit from higher rates, more loans and lower costs

[Reuters] SNB's Jordan: Central banks should not be cowed by politics

[Reuters] European stocks fail to rebound in worst week since Feb

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Gain With Earnings in Focus; Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil prices rise, but still set for weekly fall amid equities rout

[CNBC] October consumer sentiment falls shy of expectations, but confidence in economic policy is at a 15-year high

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade talks must cover currency, U.S. Treasury chief says

[CNBC] Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: I won't be 'losing any sleep' if China dumps US bonds in retaliation over trade

[CNBC] Fed's Evans says it's time to 'readjust the policy stance' and keep raising rates

[Reuters] Retirement target-date funds stung by emerging markets, U.S. bonds

[Reuters] China's September trade surplus with U.S. widens to record $34.13 billion

[AP] China auto sales sink in September as economy cools

[Reuters] Unwelcome guest: U.S. tariffs loom at China's biggest trade fair

[CNBC] Jamie Dimon sounds warning about 'Geopolitical issues bursting all over the place'

[Reuters] JPMorgan's consumer banking strength offsets bond trading weakness

[Reuters] Citigroup profit beats on higher bond trading, LatAm growth

[BloombergQ] Australia’s Central Bank Warns of Heightened Trade-War Risk to Economy

[WSJ] Fed Officials See Strong Economy Justifying Interest Rate Rises

[FT] Pakistan's IMF bailout adds to Belt and Road woes