Monday, September 9, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends flat amid rate hopes, tech declines

[Reuters] Treasuries - U.S. yields gain, in line with Europe, as risk sentiment improves

[The Hill] Deficit surpasses $1 trillion: CBO

[AP] Moody's downgrades Ford credit rating to junk status

[Reuters] Top U.S. regulator warns over corporate debt, market risks

[Reuters] Moody's sees Fannie, Freddie privatization plan as 'credit negative'

[Reuters] My town is the new Cold War's Berlin: Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong

[Bloomberg] Big Central Bankers Have Big Problems

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Getting Burned as Growth Stocks Trounced by Value

[Bloomberg] Corporate Pension Funding Moves Closer to Worrisome 80% Level

[Bloomberg] Trump Agriculture Trade Official Calls Xi ‘Communist Zealot’

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks gain on stimulus hopes, pound hits six-week high

[Reuters] Oil rises as Saudi Arabia signals OPEC cuts to continue under new energy minister

[Reuters] Ireland warns PM Johnson: no-backstop equals no-deal Brexit

[Reuters] Time for shock and awe: Five questions for the ECB

[Reuters] Mnuchin considering U.S. sanctions over Turkey's S-400 purchase

[Reuters] China will not tolerate attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: state media

[Reuters] Exclusive: Germany mulls shadow budget to circumvent strict debt rules: sources

[CNBC] ‘Gold is the way to go’ as interest rates fall, says Mark Mobius

[Reuters] Iran moves toward enriching uranium with advanced centrifuges: IAEA

[Bloomberg] Chinese Exporters Get a Taste of the Misery to Come

[Bloomberg] China Has Added Nearly 100 Tons of Gold to Its Reserves

[Bloomberg] Japan Boosts CLO Scrutiny as Banks Buy Risky Assets

[Bloomberg] How Hong Kong’s Sky-High Home Prices Feed the Unrest

[FT] Draghi under pressure to deliver fresh stimulus package

[FT] Global bond bull run has reached historic levels