Monday, January 14, 2019

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Tech stocks pull Wall Street lower after China data

[Reuters] Safe-haven yen up vs dollar after China slowdown sparks risk-off

[Reuters] No. 1 U.S. utility PG&E prepares bankruptcy filing after California wildfires

[Reuters] Clarida reinforces Fed's mantra of U.S. policy patience

[CNBC] Gundlach’s warning on ‘ocean of debt’ adds to worries over corporate bonds

[WSJ] PG&E Was a Hedge-Fund Darling. That Bet Flopped.

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street drops after China data, Citi results

[Reuters] Oil slides on China trade slump, but crude imports remain high

[Reuters] China's exports shrink most in 2 years, raising risks for global economy

[Reuters] China's 2018 trade surplus with U.S. highest on record going back to 2006

[CNBC] Citigroup misses fourth-quarter revenue expectations on much weaker-than-expected bond trading

[Reuters] CEO exits as PG&E faces fire liabilities, bankruptcy preparations

[Politico] Trump threatens Turkey with economic devastation

[Reuters] Chinese FDI into North America, Europe falls 73 percent in 2018: report

[Reuters] China car sales hit reverse for first time since 1990s

[WSJ] All Eyes on Corporate Guidance After Weak Economic Data

[WSJ] Slowing Earnings Growth, Gloomy Forecasts Add to Stock Market’s Woes

[WSJ] PG&E Sparked at Least 1,500 California Fires. Now the Utility Faces Collapse

[FT] Clouds loom over global business as Chinese economy falters

[FT] Brexit spells trouble for Europe’s €660tn derivatives market

[Bloomberg] The World’s Biggest Economies Are Moving Deeper Into a Slowdown