Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Surge Most Since March on Dovish Fed Signal: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Powell Sees Solid Economic Outlook as Rates ‘Just Below’ Neutral

[Reuters] Fed's Powell, in apparent dovish shift, says rates near neutral

[CNBC] Fed warns that a 'particularly large' plunge in market prices is possible if risks materialize

[Reuters] Global nonfinancial corporate debt hit record high in 2nd qtr -IIF

[Reuters] Mexico central bank warns economy faces risk of 'loss of confidence'

[Reuters] Explainer: What underlies U.S.-China tensions ahead of crucial G20 meeting?

[Reuters] Two U.S. Navy ships pass through Taiwan Strait, opposing China

[WSJ] Slowing Global Economy Weighs on U.S. Profits and Trade

[WSJ] Fed Chairman Says Interest Rates Are Just Below Estimates of Neutral

[WSJ] ‘Bring Me Tariffs’—How Trump and Xi Drove Their Countries to the Brink of a Trade War

[FT] Powell says US monetary policy not on ‘preset’ path

Wednesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Push Higher; Dollar Steadies Before Powell: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar supported by Fed official's comments, trade war tensions

[CNBC] Trump could reportedly seek trade truce with China at G-20 despite tough rhetoric

[FXStreet] US: International trade deficit rose to $77.2 billion in October from $76.3 billion in September

[Reuters] U.S. third-quarter GDP growth unrevised at 3.5 percent

[CNBC] Mnuchin reportedly asked around to see if there are alternatives to Fed rate hikes

[Reuters] Fed urged to get more serious about U.S. corporate debt risks

[Reuters] China's vice premier says no country can win a trade war

[BloombergQ] U.S. Housing Market Seen as ‘Tough’ for Both Buyers and Sellers

[BloombergQ] Japan’s Rich Have the Most Cash in Asia. China’s Catching Up

[Forbes] "Tech Crash Echo": It's Beginning To Feel A Bit Like 2000

[BloombergQ] Ukraine Standoff Part of Kremlin Long Game, Not Harbinger of War

[NYT] Despite Tough Talk on Trade, Trump Could Seek a Truce With Xi Jinping at G-20

[WSJ] American Retailers Squeeze Chinese Suppliers as Tariffs Start to Hurt

[WSJ] Biggest Pay Raise on Wall Street Goes to Stock Derivatives Traders

[WSJ] Bond Indexes Bend Under Weight of Treasury Debt

[FT] Donald Trump steps up Fed criticism ahead of Powell speech

[FT] After Angela: the race to succeed Merkel