Thursday, January 10, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. flat after four-day surge as retailers, trade talks disappoint

[CNBC] Fed Chairman Powell says he is ‘very worried’ about growing amount of U.S. debt

[Reuters] Powell says Fed can be patient as U.S. economy evolves in 2019

[CNBC] Amid shutdown, thousands of federal workers file for unemployment

[Reuters] Britain's May suffers parliament defeat as Brexit debate resumes

[Reuters] Ford, Jaguar slash thousands of jobs across Europe

[Reuters] Brazil in focus for 2019 as bond market slows, Mexico's woes grow

[WSJ] America’s Electric Grid Has a Vulnerable Back Door—and Russia Walked Through It

[Bloomberg] Goldman Predicts Gold Prices to Climb to Highest Since 2013

[Bloomberg] China’s Digital Silk Road Is Looking More Like an Iron Curtain

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks rally splutters as trade talks, data disappoint

[Reuters] Dollar weak on expectations of no 2019 Fed hikes; Aussie slips

[Reuters] Oil down 1 percent on indecisive U.S.-China trade talks, rising inventories

[AP] US, China leave next steps for trade talks unclear

[Reuters] U.S. buyback market support may wane in 2019

[Reuters] China's December factory-gate inflation at 0.9 percent year-on-year, lowest since September 2016'

[Associated Press] Fed minutes: Growing risks make rate hike path less clear

[CNBC] Fed officials see benchmark rate becoming ‘volatile’ during balance sheet run-off

[WSJ] Fed Chairman to Answer Questions on Economy and Rate Increases

[WSJ] Fed Is Unlikely to Raise Rates in Next Months, Minutes Show

[WSJ] A Junk-Bond Drought Is Making Investors Nervous

[FT] Wall Street battles for supremacy in volatility market

[FT] Trump Walks Out of Shutdown Talks, Calls Them ‘Total Waste of Time’