Monday, June 17, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 ends up slightly as Fed meeting in view

[Reuters] Oil prices fall 1% as economic worries outweigh tanker tensions

[Reuters] China holdings of U.S. Treasuries fall to nearly two-year low -Treasury data

[Reuters] U.S. firms say China tariffs will raise costs, with few sourcing alternatives

[Reuters] U.S. denounces 'nuclear blackmail' as Iran plans to breach uranium limit

[Reuters] U.S. says to send more troops to the Middle East, cites Iran threats

[Bloomberg] Expect a Market Brawl If Fed Doesn't Show It's Ready to Act

[Bloomberg] Amateur Quants Are Suddenly Everywhere in China

[Bloomberg] Top U.S. B-School Students Pile on Debt to Earn MBAs

[WSJ] Chinese Regulators Try to Calm Fears of a Funding Squeeze

[WSJ] Loan Market Splits Between ‘Haves and Have-Nots’

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. higher; Fed meet eyed

[Reuters] Oil prices fall 1% as economic worries outweigh tanker tensions

[CNBC] Trump ‘perfectly happy’ to slap further tariffs on China if no deal is reached, Wilbur Ross says

[Reuters] Fed likely to resist pressure to cut U.S. rates this week

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank to set up 50 billion euro bad bank

[Reuters] Uncertainty looms as Hong Kong protests drag into new week

[Reuters] Australian home price dive levels out as auctions lift

[Reuters] Pressure builds on Hong Kong leader as democracy activist vows to join protests

[CNBC] Iran says it will break internationally-agreed limit on uranium levels in 10 days

[Bloomberg] Why a Trump-Xi Truce at G-20 Isn’t a Slam Dunk

[Bloomberg] Huawei Warns Trump's Ban Might Wipe Out $30 Billion of Sales Growth

[Bloomberg] As Many as Two Million Protesters Hit Hong Kong Streets

[Bloomberg] Authers: Fed’s Powell Can’t Avoid Making Waves This Week

[Bloomberg] UBS to Lose China Bond Deal After Economist's Pig Remark

[WSJ] Fed Faces Unfamiliar Dilemma With Rate Projections

[WSJ] Fed Stimulus Just Ain’t What It Used to Be

[WSJ] Hong Kong Upheaval Puts Beijing in a Bind

[FT] Almost $12tn in bonds trading with sub-zero yield

[FT] ECB faces crucial test of credibility