Thursday, November 8, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia stocks sag as Fed tempers Wall St. rally, dollar firm

[BloombergQ] Stocks Pull Back as Dollar Strengthens After Fed: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar jumps after strong economy keeps Fed on track for December hike

[Reuters] Italian govt bond yields rise on government infighting, growth revisions

[CNBC] Fed unwavering in message that interest rates will keep going higher

[CNBC] Fed leaves rates unchanged, notes slowing in business investment

[CNBC] Here's what changed in the new Fed statement

[CNBC] Interest rates could hit new decade high even if Fed does nothing at its meeting

[BloombergQ] Wall Street’s New Risk Machine

[Reuters] U.S. 30-year mortgage rates jump to 7-year high - Freddie Mac

[CNBC] The bull market's biggest buyer is back — companies are buying back stock at a record pace this month

[BloombergQ] Visa Headaches Discourage Foreign Applicants to U.S. B-Schools

[WSJ] Quant King D.E. Shaw Finds Stock-Picking Can Be Difficult

[FT] Investors start to fret about ballooning US public debt

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street dips as weak earnings dampen surge from midterm elections

[Reuters] World stocks score longest winning run of 2018 ahead of Fed

[AP] Fed is set to keep rates on hold before a hike later in the year

[Reuters] China October export growth surprisingly strong in race to beat higher U.S. tariffs

[Reuters] Respect our choices, China's Xi says ahead of Trump G20 meeting

[Reuters] Democrat-led House seen backing Trump’s China trade war, scrutinizing talks with allies

[BloombergQ] Wall Street Says Fed Is in Denial About $4 Trillion Dilemma

[Reuters] U.S. government's borrowing binge poses global risks: Kemp

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Likely to Keep Interest Rates Steady

[WSJ] Volatility Heightens Focus on Fed Statement

[FT] Washington unnerved by China’s ‘military-civil fusion’ on AI

[BloombergSub] China Has More Distressed Corporate Debt Than All of EM Combined

[BloombergSub] Big China Brokers Seek to Raise Capital as Default Risks Linger