Monday, November 5, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[CNBC] Asia stocks up in morning trade; investors await US midterm elections

[Reuters] Wall Street boosted by financials, energy, defensive sectors

[Reuters] Trump says China wants to make a deal on trade, he wants right deal

[CNBC] Midterm election outcome could be 'glowing good news' or 'disaster' for markets

[CNBC] Corporate profits are reaching their peak and history shows that's bad news for the stock market

[Reuters] Italy tells euro zone peers working on compromise over budget: official

[FT] Italy’s recipe for another eurozone financial crisis

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Tech Slump Drags on U.S. Stocks as Crude Rallies: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Investors slam brakes on stocks rally as trade, Fed worries dominate

[BloombergQ] Italy's Bonds Drop as Leaders Defiant Before Eurogroup Meeting

[Reuters] Oil prices fall as U.S. grants Iran sanction waivers to major importers

[BloombergQ] Both Parties Brace for Surprises as Midterm Campaign Goes Down to the Wire

[BloombergQ] Xi's Swipes at Trump Show China Standing Its Ground in Trade War

[CNBC] Xi Jinping Criticizes ‘Law of Jungle’ in Veiled Swipe at Trump

[CNBC] China's Xi again talks up commitment to 'free trade'

[Reuters] Kuroda concedes BOJ's easy policy hurting banks, but rules out rate hike

[CNBC] David Stockman: Epic downturn is here, brace for 40% market plunge

[BloombergQ] Turkish Inflation Climbs as Lira Slump Feeds Into Prices

[Reuters] U.S. imposes more sanctions on Iran, Tehran decries 'bullying'

[NYT] China Seeks Allies as Trump’s Trade War Mounts. It Won’t Be Easy.

[WSJ] Key Races to Watch in Tuesday’s Midterm Elections

[WSJ] Fading Hopes for U.S.-China Trade Truce Hit Markets

[WSJ] From Farms to Pharma, What the Midterms Mean for Business

[WSJ] Companies Feel the Tariff Pinch

[FT] Must-read stories to understand the US midterm elections

[FT] China’s Xi Jinping hits out at ‘law of the jungle’ trade policies

[FT] China services PMI slips to 13-month low

[FT] Hedge funds overly optimistic on risk, SocGen finds

[FT] BoJ governor Kuroda hints at monetary tightening