Thursday, July 18, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises as Fed's Williams cements rate-cut expectations

[Reuters] U.S. labor market strong; mid-Atlantic manufacturing rebounds

[Reuters] U.S.-based equity ETFs attract $8.8 bln as bull market roars on

[CNBC] Boeing to take $4.9 billion hit in second quarter on 737 Max grounding

[Reuters] U.S. says Navy ship 'destroyed' Iranian drone in Gulf

[Bloomberg] Top Fed Officials See Prudence of Acting Early to Sustain Growth

[WSJ] Fed's Williams Says Central Bank Must Act Quickly on Signs of Distress

[FT] Fed’s Williams stokes expectations of aggressive rate cuts

[FT] Silicon Valley is being sucked into a political maelstrom

[FT] Turkey’s embrace of Russia leaves US out in cold

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks slip as U.S.-China trade war drags on corporate earnings

[Reuters] Euro and bond yields fall on report that ECB might amend inflation goal

[Reuters] Crude futures steady after fall on U.S. oil products stocks gain

[Reuters] Trump wants a weaker dollar. It could be a hard sell

[CNBC] Mnuchin: Phone call on trade with China set for Thursday, ‘complicated issues’ remain

[Reuters] Mnuchin says U.S., Chinese call could lead to in-person talks

[AP] The Latest: US still mulling retaliation for French tech tax

[CNBC] Netflix tanks after whiffing on global paid subscribers

[Reuters] Sliding Japan exports, manufacturing gloom heighten economic risks

[AP] South Korea’s central bank lowers rate amid Japan trade row

[Reuters] China's cross-border capital flows will remain basically stable in H2-regulator

[Bloomberg] Trump and Xi Are Struggling to Find Path Forward in Trade Talks

[Bloomberg] China Is Drafting Urgent Plan to Resolve Hong Kong Chaos, SCMP Says

[Bloomberg] Is China the World’s Loan Shark?

[WSJ] Fed’s George Suggests She’s Not Ready to Cut Rates

[WSJ] The Rise of Passive Investing Resumes Its March

[FT] Why sentiment wields an outsized influence in China’s markets