Thursday, March 14, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 slips amid U.S.-China trade uncertainty

[BBC] Brexit: MPs vote by 412 to 202 to seek delay to EU departure

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade talks progressing quickly: Trump, Mnuchin

[CNBC] US new home sales declined 6.9 percent in January

[Reuters] U.S. data underscores slowing growth, muted inflation

[Bloomberg] The College Admissions Scandal Presses Our ‘Unfairness’ Button

[Bloomberg] Gulati's Hedge Fund Becomes Victim of Too-Calm Markets

[NYT] China’s Slowdown Already Hit Its Factories. Now Its Offices Are Hurting, Too.

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street dips on trade uncertainty, weak new home sales data

[AP] World stocks rise ahead of vote to push Brexit back

[CNBC] China and US to reportedly push back Trump-Xi meeting to at least April

[Reuters] U.S. import prices post largest gain in nine months

[AP] Trump raises possibility of walking away from China deal

[Reuters] China industrial output growth falls to 17-yr low, but investment picks up

[Reuters] China's Jan-Feb property investment accelerates despite cooling sales

[Bloomberg] Cohn Says U.S. Is ‘Desperate’ to Sign Trade Agreement With China

[Bloomberg] Why Japan’s Massive Stimulus Still Isn’t Enough

[Bloomberg] Canadian Housing Slump Deepens With First Drop in Values in Decades

[Bloomberg] Negative-Yielding Bonds Top $9 Trillion as Growth Worries Return

[WSJ] Investors Embrace Riskier Sectors as Stocks Extend Rebound

[WSJ] GE Warns of Falling Profits, $2 Billion Cash Burn in 2019