Thursday, October 18, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. slides as Saudi Arabia, Italy add to economic concerns

[Reuters] Goldman Sachs sees five more Fed rate hikes through end of 2019

[Reuters] Money markets show strain with more Federal Reserve rate rises ahead

[Reuters] Fed's Quarles eyes more dovish rate path, U.S. productivity boost

[CNBC] Larry Kudlow: China 'has not responded positively to any of our asks' in US trade talks

[CNBC] China's stock market is getting pummeled and history shows that is bad news for US markets

[BloombergQ] Authers: What the Fed Minutes Didn't Say Is What Matters

Thursday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Fed Minutes Weigh on Stocks, Bonds; Yuan Slips: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] China Stock Market Rocked by Forced Sellers; Yuan Hits Fresh Low

[Reuters] Treasuries-U.S. yields hold rise as jobless claims fall

[Reuters] Dollar at one week high after hawkish Fed minutes; Asia stocks capped

[Reuters] Despite Trump criticism, Fed sees need for more rate hikes

[BloombergQ] Fed Officials Debated Hiking Rates to Restrictive Territory

[CNBC] US doesn't call China 'currency manipulator' but keeps it on a watch list with Germany, Japan, others

[BloombergQ] Italy's Populist Budget Has Leaders Worried at Brussels Summit

[Reuters] Italy's PM defiant on budget, denies coalition rift

[BloombergQ] In China, Signs of Intervention and Outflow Emerge as Yuan Drops

[BloombergQ] China's Factory Heartland Braces for Trump's Big Tariff Hit

[NYT] Trump Embarks on Bilateral Trade Talks to Pressure China

[WSJ] Blinder: The Fed Is Anything but Crazy

[WSJ] China’s Blowout Bond Sale Is Little Comfort to Junk Issuers

[FT] China’s growth slowdown puts private sector on the defensive

[FT] What is driving the renminbi’s fall?