Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. rebounds as chip, transport shares surge

[Reuters] Treasuries-U.S. yields tick up as stocks recover on trade prospects

[BloombergQ] Oil Falls to Two-Month Low as Global Demand Anxiety Intensifies

[Reuters] U.S. consumer confidence at 18-year high; house price gains slow

[CNBC] Southern California suffers its worst housing slump in over a decade

[Reuters] Brazil would only sell reserves under speculative attack -Bolsonaro adviser

[BloombergQ] Dealmakers Worry Anti-Globalization Movement Could Dampen Transactions

[NYT] Fear of 7: The Number That Could Make China’s Currency a Trade-War Weapon

[WSJ] Home Prices Continue to Lose Momentum

[WSJ] The Yawning Divide That Explains American Politics

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Mixed on Earnings, Treasuries Retreat: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] China’s Yuan Drops to a Decade-Low, 7 Per Dollar Now in Sight

[BloombergQ] China Shares Jump on Trump Comments, Yuan Flirts With Decade Low

[CNBC] Home price gains fall below 6% for the first time in a year: August S&P Case-Shiller index

[Reuters] Trump says he expects 'great deal' with China, but more tariffs if not

[BloombergQ] Treasury Sees 2018 Borrowing Needs Surging to $1.34 Trillion

[BloombergQ] Trump’s Next Tariff Blow Could Be 10 Times Worse for U.S. Shoppers

[BloombergQ] Italian Economy Unexpectedly Stalls in Setback for Populists

[Reuters] Money Markets-LIBOR/OIS spread hits widest level since August

[BloombergQ] China Is Buying Distressed Private Companies as Markets Sink

[BloombergQ] Asia's Rich From Massage Chair King to Telecom Tycoon Delay IPOs

[BloombergQ] Goldman Says the Return of Fear Is a Good Thing for Gold

[Reuters] U.S. Navy chief says U.S, China to 'meet more and more on high seas'

[WSJ] Rising Rates Threaten a Bull-Market Mantra

[WSJ] China Sets Official Yuan Rate at Weakest in a Decade

[FT] ECB exit strategy clouded by weakest growth in four years

[FT] Looming end of Merkel era leaves hard choices for German parties

[FT] Red-hot leveraged loan market draws regulatory heat