Thursday, November 29, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares soften as investors look to G20 summit

[Reuters] Wall Street slips as tech, financial shares slump

[Reuters] Trump coy on China trade deal before meeting Xi

[Reuters] Fed minutes: Further hike 'warranted soon,' debate opened on pause

[CNBC] US and China exploring suspension of further tariffs through spring in exchange for new talks: WSJ

[CNBC] China trade hawk Navarro is attending the Trump-Xi dinner, source says

[BloombergQ] Imagine Donald Trump During a Financial Crisis

[Reuters] Exclusive: Fearing espionage, U.S. weighs tighter rules on Chinese students

[CNBC] More trouble for malls: A new wave of closures from Gap, Victoria's Secret and others

[WSJ] U.S., China Exploring Deal to Ease Trade Tensions

[WSJ] President Trump Bashes the Fed. This Is How the Fed Chief Responds

[WSJ] Fed Minutes Signal December Rate Rise Likely, But Less Certain Path Next Year

[WSJ] Bogle Sounds a Warning on Index Funds

[WSJ] Distress Signal: Risky Chinese Bonds Leave Investors Underwater

[WSJ] New York’s Wealthiest Cut Losses as Manhattan Real Estate Falters

[FT] Tett: Donald Trump’s attack on the Federal Reserve is just a distraction

Thursday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Fall as Trade Angst Flares Before G-20: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil stages U-turn, rises after Russia leans toward output cut

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending surges, underlying inflation slows

[Reuters] U.S. pending home sales drop in October

[BloombergQ] Bloomberg Industrial Metals Gauge Falls To Lowest In 17 Months

[BloombergQ] Powell Opens Door to Possible Pullback in Fed Rate-Hike Outlook

[Reuters] German inflation remains above ECB target in November

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank offices raided in money laundering probe

[Reuters] Supply chain reaction: trade war refugees race to relocate to Vietnam, Thailand

[BloombergQ] China Planning Major Purge of $176 Billion Loan Market

[BloombergQ] Why Xi Won’t Cave to Trump at G-20

[BloombergQ] Don’t Count on the Fed Saving Stocks Again

[WSJ] Fed Minutes to Reveal How Officials View Economy and Potential Risks

[FT] Gulf between US and China looms large ahead of G20 meeting

[FT] G20: US and China clash on developing world infrastructure

[FT] Fed’s Jay Powell cheers risky assets as he buys some wiggle room

[FT] ECB warns eurozone increasingly vulnerable to financial shocks

[FT] Emerging market hedge funds on track for worst year since 2011