Friday, January 4, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[AP] Stocks swing to huge gains after jobs report, trade talks

[Reuters] U.S. shutdown talks falter, Trump threatens emergency powers

[AP] Trump says shutdown could last ‘months or even years’

[Reuters] China's economic woes put U.S. in strong position in trade talks: Trump

[MarketWatch] PG&E stock plummets after report it's eyeing bankruptcy filing

[Reuters] Fed's Mester: Rates near neutral mean Fed can 'take our time' on next moves

[CNBC] Rent, mortgage payments hard to meet for workers entangled in the government shutdown

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rallies on jobs report, Powell comments

[Reuters] Treasuries-Yields higher after Powell remarks, blowout employment report

[Reuters] JGB yields hit lowest since late 2016 amid risk aversion in broader markets

[Reuters] U.S. job growth surges in December; unemployment rate rises

[Reuters] Fed's Powell pledges patience, sensitivity to risks in markets

[Reuters] China and U.S. to hold trade talks in Beijing on January 7-8

[Reuters] China slashes banks' reserve requirements again as growth slows

[CNBC] Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester says if inflation doesn’t rise, Fed could stop hikes

[Reuters] Powell's plain English Fed may need more nuance: ex-official

[AP] Eurozone concerns mount as inflation dips and economy slows

[Reuters] Japan's top FX official warns against excessive yen volatility

[Reuters] Canada says 13 citizens detained in China since Huawei CFO arrest

[WSJ] The China Story That Is Far Bigger Than Apple

[FT] Window-dressing on Wall Street shines spotlight on repo

[Bloomberg] Property Markets From Hong Kong to Sydney Join Global Slump

[Bloomberg] Leveraged Loan Investors Worry Good Times Will Soon Haunt Them

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Firms Despondent With Business Growth at Four-Year Low