Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[CNBC] Trump directly attacks Fed Chairman Powell, saying 'Obama had zero' interest rates: report

[BloombergQ] Stocks End Lower as Late Rally Falters; Bonds Gain: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italian yields rise as EU gives Rome three weeks to revise budget

[CNBC] Oil prices plunge more than 4 percent as stock market tumbles

[CNBC] Trump and China's Xi to meet at G-20: Kudlow

[CNBC] EU rejects Italy's budget plan for 2019, sending bond yields higher

[UK Guardian] EU and Italy face off over populist government's budget

[Reuters] Tariffs begin to take bite out of U.S. corporate earnings growth

[CNBC] The Federal Reserve doesn't need to 'keep our foot on the gas pedal' anymore, Fed's Bostic says

[BloombergQ] Fed's Bostic Supports More Hikes, Warns of Running Economy Hot

[CNBC] Kudlow says stocks are falling on fear Democrats will win midterms and end 'pro-growth policies'

[NYT] Italy’s Populists Dig in After E.U. Rejects Their Budget as a Danger

[WSJ] Trump Steps Up Attacks on Fed Chairman Jerome Powell

[WSJ] Foreign Buying of U.S. Treasurys Softens, Unsettling Financial Markets

[WSJ] Rising costs at US manufacturers unnerve investors

[FT] EU rejects Italian budget in unprecedented rebuke

[FT] Haven assets in demand as investors seek refuge from stock sell-off

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street tumbles as weak industrials add to dour mood

[BloombergQ] Oil prices fall as Saudi Arabia pledges to play 'responsible role' in market

[Reuters] This week's earnings shine spotlight on China growth risk

[CNBC] Former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker thinks 'we're in a hell of a mess'

[BloombergQ] Europe’s Moment of Truth as Credit Investors Bid QE Farewell

[AP] China-US ties sinking amid acrimony over trade, politics

[CNBC] Turkey's Erdogan says there's strong evidence to show that the Khashoggi killing was planned

[Reuters] China expresses concern to U.S. over Taiwan Strait warship operation

[NYT] Paul Volcker, at 91, Sees ‘a Hell of a Mess in Every Direction’

[WSJ] Global Stocks Drop on Political Tensions, Worries Over Chinese Growth

[FT] Emerging markets face mounting geopolitical stress