Friday, November 16, 2018

Friday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] S&P, Dow rise after Trump comments on trade

[Reuters] Trump says China wants trade deal, U.S. may not impose more tariffs

[Reuters] Student delinquencies up as U.S. household debt hits another record

[Reuters] U.S. manufacturing production increases; headwinds growing

[BloombergQ] Ultra-Rich on Edge as Brexit Chaos Boosts Odds of Corbyn’s Rise

[WSJ] U.S. Household Debt Continues to Climb in 3rd Quarter

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Decline as Trade War Simmers; Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Fed's Clarida says central bank close to neutral and should be 'data dependent' on more hikes

[Reuters] China cbank tells lenders to manage pace, intensity of credit supply

[Reuters] UK PM May defends Brexit deal as talk of no-confidence vote grows

[AP] Brexit, Italy, trade: Risks piling up for Europe’s economy

[Reuters] Weak credit growth raises odds of first China rate cut in years

[BloombergQ] Six Congressional Committees to Watch in 2019

[Reuters] Pence says South China Sea doesn't belong to any one nation

[NYT] Why G.E.’s Credit Problem Is a Warning to All Debt Investors

[WSJ] Companies Start to Sweat Prospect of No-Deal Brexit as Deadline Looms

[FT] Weidmann says ECB’s crisis-era tools may need to be scrapped

[FT] Federal Reserve to review how it conducts monetary policy in 2019

[FT] Leveraged loans are way past “cov-lite”

[BloombergSub] Leveraged Loans Hit Two-Year Low as Bonds Crater, Supply Weighs