Monday, November 12, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Nasdaq falls 2 percent as Apple, chip stocks hit by weak forecasts

[Reuters] Dollar hits 16-month high; tech woes crunch stocks

[CNBC] Goldman shares head for the worst drop in 7 years as Malaysia seeks refunds on doomed deal

[Reuters] General Electric seeks 'urgent' asset sales to cut debt: CEO

[FT] Italian banks step in to rescue struggling Carige

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Retreat as Dollar Strengthens; Oil Rebounds: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italian yields rise on Carige's woes, budget deadline

[Reuters] 'King dollar' reigns supreme in world of slowing growth, European risks

[Reuters] Yuan extends losses after worst week in 4 mths, Fed outlook supports dollar

[Reuters] Italy's bond yields extend rise, gap over Germany widest in almost 2 weeks

[BloombergQ] Euro Slides to 16-Month Low, Pound Sinks as EU Risks Reignite

[BloombergQ] China Rate-Cut Chatter Becomes Louder as Growth Risks Gather

[BloombergQ] China Says Lending Targets Shouldn't Override Due Diligence

[BloombergQ] What's a Private Company? China Banks Grapple With Lending Rules

[Reuters] Japan PM Abe calls for public works spending plan to help economy

[NYT] Trump’s Nafta Plan Could Be Upended by Democrats’ House Takeover

[WSJ] Dollar Surges Amid Political Turbulence Abroad

[WSJ] U.S. on a Course to Spend More on Debt Than Defense

[FT] Global leverage, examined

[FT] Turkish banks report rise in bad loans

[FT] China’s Xi Jinping revives Maoist call for ‘self-reliance’

[FT] China extends crackdown on labour protests as activism spreads

[FT] Chinese government faces peer-to-peer lending scandals dilemma