Thursday, February 28, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. stocks edge downward as Wall Street takes a pause

[Reuters] Trump warns he could abandon China trade deal as advisers tout progress

[Bloomberg] Homeownership Rate Hits an Almost 5-Year High as Gen-X Returns

[Reuters] Opaque world of Chinese state-linked debt unsettles bond investors

[FT] ECB hawks curb resistance to Draghi strategy as eurozone wobbles

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. edges lower on weak earnings, abrupt end to Trump-Kim summit

[Reuters] Global stocks sink for third day as investors temper trade optimism

[Reuters] U.S. economic growth slows less than expected in fourth quarter

[Reuters] U.S. jobless claims rise; continuing claims at 10-month high

[Reuters] U.S. working on detailed trade pact with China: Mnuchin

[Reuters] U.S. trade chief sees long-term China challenges, continued tariff threat

[Reuters] Fed's Clarida: Fed 'especially' tied to data as it pursues patient policy

[Reuters] Consumers, weak exports seen curbing U.S. fourth-quarter growth

[AP] Farm loan delinquencies highest in 9 years as prices slump

[AP] Survey: China factory activity sinks to 3-year low

[Bloomberg] Australian Home Lending Now Weakest Since the Mid-1980s

[CNBC] Trump-Kim summit was cut short after North Korea demanded an end to sanctions

[Reuters] Pakistan says it will return captured Indian pilot, as U.S. urges de-escalation

[Reuters] World powers call for calm as India and Pakistan trade fire in Kashmir

[FT] Indian economy grows at slowest quarterly pace in more than a year

[WSJ] Chinese Stocks Enjoy Best Two-Month Start to Year Since 2000