Sunday, December 9, 2018

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks extend decline as trade woes batter sentiment

[CNBC] Dow futures drop nearly 200 points as sell-off looks set to continue in new week

[Reuters] U.S. says March 1 'hard deadline' for trade deal with China

[Reuters] Japan third quarter GDP contracts at fastest pace since 2014, trade war dims outlook

[CNBC] Steven Mnuchin is under consideration to become Trump’s next chief of staff, but he has indicated he feels better suited at Treasury

[BloombergQ] Stock Carnage Evokes Hope of 2016-Style Rebound. A Lot's Changed

[CNBC] The bear market is here, and stocks will plunge at least 20 percent, Ned Davis Research warns

[BloombergQ] Italy Government to Discuss Budget Analysis Before EU Talks

[Reuters] Macron to blame for French protests, Italy's Salvini says

[WSJ] Huawei Offensive Is Acceleration of Yearslong Endeavor

[FT] Global political backlash spreads against central banks

[FT] US economy set to slow, says IMF chief economist

[FT] Davies: New year, new Federal Reserve

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] China summons US ambassador to lodge ‘strong protest’ over Huawei arrest 

[Reuters] China says U.S. should withdraw arrest warrant for Huawei executive

[BloombergQ] Fed Wants You to Know: It’s Shifting to More Cautious Rate Path

[Reuters] Yellow vest protest to have severe impact on economy: Le Maire

[WSJ] Details Emerge in U.S.’s Trade Truce With China

[WSJ] Silicon Valley Helped Build Huawei. Washington Could Dismantle It.

[WSJ] The Market’s Latest Problem: Hesitation to Buy the Dip

[FT] Cracks in corporate debt market begin to show

[FT] China sees ‘serious consequences’ for Canada for Huawei episode