Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Surging chip stocks propel S&P 500 and Nasdaq to records

[Reuters] U.S. housing, manufacturing sectors mired in weakness

[CNBC] Ford shares plunge after earnings fall short, guidance disappoints

[Reuters] British Prime Minister Johnson promises a bold new Brexit deal

[Reuters] Top Khamenei aide says no talks with U.S. under any circumstances

[Reuters] Turkey has 'no patience left' with U.S. on Syria safe zone

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank’s Long Trading Slump Deepened in Run-Up to Revamp

[Bloomberg] S&P 500’s Earnings Miracle Is Failing to Take Hold in the Second Half

[Bloomberg] VIX Call Buying Explodes in Wave Evoking Memories of `50 Cent'

[Bloomberg] India Has Been Accused of Overstating Its Growth Statistics

[WSJ] Europe Gets Caught in the U.S.-China Crossfire

[WSJ] Silver Prices Rally as Investors Seek Cheaper Precious Metals

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. slips on weak results from Caterpillar, Boeing

[Reuters] Trade talks buoy stocks, gloomy data sink euro

[Reuters] Euro plumbs two-month low ahead of ECB, pound under pressure

[Reuters] Gold rises on expected economic stimulus

[Reuters] U.S. new home sales rise; prior three months revised down

[Reuters] U.S. and China to restart trade talks on July 30 in Shanghai

[CNBC] AG Barr’s promise to probe Big Tech does the unthinkable — unites Democrats and Republicans

[Reuters] U.S. home sales tumble as prices surge to record high

[Reuters] Euro zone business growth stalls in July, outlook darkens: PMI

[Reuters] China warns of war in case of move toward Taiwan independence

[Reuters] China's defense ministry says U.S. undermining global strategic stability

[Bloomberg] Beijing Rattles Sabers Before U.S.-China Talks

[Bloomberg] The World’s Central Banks Are Debating Whether to Change Their Strategies

[Bloomberg] ECB Has Five Reasons to Delay Stimulus Decision to September

[Bloomberg] A $1.6 Trillion Fund Warns of a Ticking Liquidity Bomb

[Bloomberg] China Says the U.S. Is Undermining Global Stability

[NYT] ‘We’re Full,’ Car Dealers Say as Auto Sales Slow After a Long Boom

[FT] China is using trade war with US to defeat liberal thinkers

[FT] China’s army can intervene in Hong Kong, says Beijing