Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] May gambles on talks with Labour to unlock Brexit, enraging her party

[Reuters] Trump tells Fed chair Powell he is 'stuck' with him : WSJ

[Reuters] Trump administration stands behind Fed nominee Moore: aide

[Reuters] Trump says he's prepared to close Mexico border if necessary

[Reuters] U.S. March and quarter one auto sales drop in weak start to 2019

[CNBC] ‘The spigot turned off’: How the stock market fall clobbered corporate debt

[CNBC] China’s stock market is up 27% this year, giving it new leverage in trade talks

[Bloomberg] No End in Sight to Credit Market Roller Coaster

[WSJ] Affordable Housing Crisis Spreads Throughout World

[FT] Timely warnings about private equity debt levels

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street takes a breather, Walgreens slumps on profit warning

[Reuters] Oil rises on Iran sanctions threat, Venezuela shutdown

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders slip in February, shipments unchanged

[BBC] Brexit: What just happened?

[CNBC] Manhattan real estate sales fall for sixth straight quarter — longest losing streak in 30 years

[Bloomberg] Trend-Following Quants Taste Comeback Powered by Bond Mania

[Reuters] U.S. disaster aid won't cover crops drowned by Midwest floods

[Politico] Congress fears Trump could stumble over next fiscal cliff

[WSJ] U.S. and Chinese Manufacturing Stabilize, While Europe Lags Behind

[WSJ] Official Says White House Stands Behind Stephen Moore’s Fed Nomination

[WSJ] Big Banks Reach for Small Deals as Merger Boom Slows

[WSJ] What’s Driving Turkey’s Markets Wild, in Seven Charts

[FT] Erdogan’s stumbles bring him to a fork in the road