Monday, July 15, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 closes flat as earnings season starts

[Reuters] Treasury's Mnuchin says deal to raise U.S. debt ceiling getting closer

[Reuters] Trump says has 'better' plan if Congress doesn't pass U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal

[Axios] The global debt binge begins anew

[AP] Trade wars cool market for small businesses

[AP] After years of plenty, auto workers want a bigger slice

[Bloomberg] Global Debt Quickened in First Quarter, Outpacing World Economy

[Bloomberg] China Controls Housing Market by Making Up Rules as It Goes

[WSJ] Putting the Equity Back Into Private Equity

[FT] Debt in developing economies hits all-time high

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Reassuring Chinese data nudges shares higher

[Reuters] Wall Street higher as banks rise after Citi results

[Reuters] Oil prices edge lower as China's GDP growth slows

[Reuters] Trump sees slowing Chinese growth pressuring Beijing on trade

[Reuters] China second quarter GDP growth slows to 6.2% year-on-year, 27-year low

[Reuters] China home price growth cools in June, but investment quickens

[Reuters] China June industrial output up 6.3% y/y, beats forecasts, retail sales up 9.8%

[Reuters] China says will freeze out U.S. companies that sell arms to Taiwan

[Reuters] Groping for new tools, central banks look at Japan's yield controls

[NBC] Trump weighs ousting Commerce chief Wilbur Ross after census defeat

[Reuters] South Korea calls Japan reports of North Korea sanctions breach 'grave challenge'

[Bloomberg] China’s Growth Slides to Weakest Pace in Almost Three Decades

[Bloomberg] Full-Blown Currency War Can No Longer Be Ruled Out, Pimco Says

[Bloomberg] Not Everyone Gets a Piece of China's $2 Trillion Pie

[Bloomberg] India Lender Shares Hit Six-Year Low as Lending Grinds to a Halt

[NYT] China’s Economic Growth Slows as Trade War With U.S. Deepens

[WSJ] Slowing Growth Raises Pressure on China’s Stimulus Efforts

[FT] Debt in developing economies hits all-time high

[FT] Trump’s currency war rhetoric persists as Powell prepares to act