Friday, October 26, 2018

Friday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 ends at lowest since May as tech, internet stocks tumble

[Reuters] Weak Amazon, Alphabet results ignite growth worries

[Reuters] Soothing words from Fed as rate hits ceiling for first time

[CNBC] Fed's Mester: Rate hikes are based on economic data not preconceived notions on where they should be

[Reuters] Turkey demands extradition of 18 Saudis in Khashoggi case

[FT] Draghi launches defence of central banks over political heat

[FT] No hiding place for investors in markets wobble

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Equities Rout Resumes; Dollar, Bonds Push Higher: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Amazon shares sink 10 percent on growth worries

[CNBC] The US economy grew at a 3.5% pace in the third quarter, faster than expected

[BloombergQ] Tech stocks battered after disappointing Amazon and Alphabet results

[Reuters] Still accommodative, Fed must keep hiking U.S. rates -Mester

[Reuters] Market drop nowhere near harming U.S. economy: Fed's Mester

[BloombergQ] The R Word Resurfaces: Is Italy Heading for Another Recession?

[SCMP] Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe demands US retract allegations of interference

[WSJ] The Shale Boom Calmed Oil Markets, but for How Much Longer?

[WSJ] China Puts Yuan Skeptics on Notice as Currency Nears Decade Low

[FT] Janet Yellen on Trump, Fed politics and nurturing recovery

[FT] Renminbi falls to weakest level since 2008

[FT] China sees explosive growth of billionaires

[BloombergSub] China's $35 Trillion Problem: Managing Financial Assets Is Hard