Thursday, November 15, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asia Stocks Trade Mixed; Pound Steadies After Fall: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Tech Leads Stocks Higher as Brexit Turmoil Weighs: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Investors pull record $53 bln from U.S. taxable funds in October -Lipper

[BloombergQ] U.K.'s Theresa May Stands Firm as Brexit Backers Plot Challenge

[Reuters] China offer unlikely to spur major trade war breakthrough, senior US official says

[CNBC] Paul Tudor Jones says we're in a global debt bubble and headed for some 'scary moments'

[BloombergQ] GE Bonds Keep Plunging, Pushing Through All-Time Lows

[Reuters] Mexico central bank fires warning shot over incoming leftist govt

[Reuters] Upset by Trump's Iran waivers, Saudis push for deep oil output cut

[Reuters] Senator Warren presses regulators on leveraged lending

[CNBC] US and China conflict goes way beyond trade, says Ray Dalio, founder of world's largest hedge fund

[WSJ] Trump Forged His Ideas on Trade in the 1980s—And Never Deviated

[WSJ] Trump Tax Cut to Be Eroded Next Year by Inflation Switch

[WSJ] Economists Expect Fed to Continue Raising Rates Through 2019

[WSJ] Oil Hedge Fund Giant Hammered in Crude’s Slide

[FT] US and China step up effort to strike G20 truce on trade

[FT] Tett: China is winning the trade war with America

[BloombergSub] GE Bonds Keep Plunging, Pushing Through All-Time Lows

Thursday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Fall on Retail Carnage as Brexit Woes Mount: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Fed's Powell: U.S. 'really strong' even with housing, other risks to watch

[Reuters] British PM May battles to save Brexit deal as ministers quit

[Reuters] US retail sales rebound sharply in October

[BloombergQ] China Outlines Possible Trade Concessions to U.S. Before G20, Sources Say

[Reuters] Exclusive: China Inc's mounting stress - funding woes, shrinking profit growth and a trade war

[BloombergQ] China's Top Bank Fails in Attempt to Sell Dollar Bonds in U.S.

[BloombergQ] China's Home-Price Growth Accelerates as Curbs Fail to Bite

[BloombergQ] Commodities Are Sending a Distressing Signal

[BloombergQ] Risky Debt in Australia Could Magnify Potential Downturn, Central Bank Governor Says

[NYT] Utility Customers May Be on the Hook for Billions in Wildfire Damage

[WSJ] GE Credit Crunch Ripples Across Wall Street

[WSJ] California’s Largest Utility Pummeled by Wildfire Risks

[WSJ] Global Economy Shows Strain as U.S. Steams Ahead

[WSJ] That Other China Stimulus Is Still Goosing Growth

[FT] Markets danger zone: 5 things investors need to watch