Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends up, financials break five-day losing streak

[Reuters] Argentina's peso hit by political uncertainty, plumbs new lows

[Reuters] Fed is falling short on inflation goal, U.S. central banker warns

[Bloomberg] Almost Half of Older Americans Have Zero in Retirement Savings

[WSJ] Real-Estate Funds Have a Problem: Too Much Cash

[FT] DE Shaw: inside Manhattan’s ‘Silicon Valley’ hedge fund

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street moves higher on tech, financials boost

[Reuters] U.S. housing starts fall on weak single-family homebuilding

[CNBC] Home prices in January see smallest gain in nearly 4 years: S&P Case-Shiller

[CNBC] US auto sales are falling, and cars are more expensive than ever

[CNBC] Bond market says not only is a recession coming, but the Fed will cut interest rates to stop it

[Reuters] China, Europe slowdown's scale to determine impact on Fed policy: Evans

[AP] UK government defiant as Parliament takes control of Brexit

[Reuters] Life after ECB's 'Super Mario' unnerves global investors

[Reuters] Global strain stirs BOJ debate of more easing in March

[Bloomberg] The Muscle That Backed China's Stimulus Is Quaking

[Bloomberg] Leveraged Loans Are the Weakest Link in U.S. Credit, UBS Says

[WSJ] Lyft Leading Wave of Startups That Will Make Debuts With Giant Losses

[WSJ] Stephen Moore Says Fed’s Pivot Validates Criticism of Interest-Rate Increases

[FT] Turkey props up lira after accusing JPMorgan of ‘provocation’

[FT] Global carbon dioxide emissions hit record high