Monday, February 4, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Tech boost pushes Wall Street to session highs

[Reuters] Loan demand falls among U.S. businesses, households: Fed banking survey

[WSJ] The Malaise in Global Trade Is Only Getting Worse

[FT] Vix slides to four-month low as dovish Fed soothes fear gauge

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street flat as tech boost offset by lower oil prices

[Reuters] Oil prices edge lower, tightening supply outlook supports

[Reuters] U.S. factory orders unexpectedly fall in November

[Reuters] White House adviser: 'A lot of work to do' in China trade talks: CNBC

[CNBC] Chuck Schumer and Bernie Sanders call for restricting corporate share buybacks

[Reuters] Germany's Merkel drops hint of a 'creative' Brexit compromise

[CNBC] Beijing has been ‘ineffective’ in reviving its slowing economy: JP Morgan

[Reuters] Germany facing big budget hole as economy slows: finance ministry document

[Reuters] Australia vows to clean up financial sector after landmark misconduct inquiry

[CNBC] The ‘splinternet’: How China and the US could divide the internet for the rest of the world

[Reuters] Australia's central bank faces watershed week for policy

[WSJ] China Fears Loom Over Stocks After January Surge

[WSJ] January’s Stock-Market Rally Revives Appetite for Risky Margin Loans

[FT] Non-bank lenders thrive in the shadows

[FT] Forget fear and greed. Confusion is now markets’ watchword

[Bloomberg] The Safest Trade on Wall Street Is Entering the Danger Zone