Sunday, February 10, 2019

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares in tight range ahead of U.S.-China trade talks

[Reuters] Oil prices dip on rising U.S. rig count

[Reuters] Talks collapse on border deal as U.S. government shutdown looms

[Reuters] May rejects pivot towards Brexit customs union compromise

[Reuters] Madrid demonstrators reject government's Catalonia policy

[WSJ] Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter

[FT] Deutsche Bank’s funding woes deepen

[FT] Japan Inc hit by China slowdown and trade disputes

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Congressional Talks on Border Security Have Broken Down

[Reuters] Talks to avert shutdown 'stall' over immigrant detention policies

[Reuters] Italy's populist leaders pledge to replace central bank's top brass

[Reuters] Mideast Stocks-Saudi slides on weakness in blue-chips, UAE hit by property woes

[Reuters] Financial Stability Board must identify new threats, refine existing rules: chair

[CNBC] Wild price swings may be the new normal for crude oil markets as US, Russia and Saudis vie for influence

[WSJ] Talks Between Administration and Congress on Border-Security Funding Have Broken Down

[WSJ] Fed Official Calls for Revamp in the Way Financial-Sector Threats Are Assessed

[WSJ] California Homeowners Face Higher Prices for a Scarce Commodity: Wildfire Insurance

[FT] Italy’s populist government attacks central bank leaders