Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Stocks Jump Late to Close Positive; Bonds Fall: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street ends flat as energy jumps, tech slips

[Reuters] More Americans went without health insurance in 2018; income growth stalled

[Reuters] Overhaul Fannie and Freddie or we will act, Trump administration tells Congress

[Reuters] Germany sticking to balanced budget goal, Merkel says

[Bloomberg] Tumbling Treasuries Drive Yields to Highest Levels in a Month

[Bloomberg] Everything That Worked in Global Markets in 2019 Suddenly Doesn't

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Left Dizzy by Mnuchin’s Fannie-Freddie Musings

[WSJ] A Giant Bet Against Natural Gas Is Blowing Up

[FT] Trump officials defend Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac reform plans

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks edge lower as China data revives recession fears

[Reuters] Bond yields climb as ECB stimulus expectations fade

[Reuters] Oil hits six-week high on hopes of extended OPEC output cuts

[Reuters] China August factory deflation deepens, prices fall most in three years; pork prices soar

[Reuters] Boris Johnson tells parliament: You can tie my hands, but I will not delay Brexit

[Kyodo] Xi told Abe he "can't believe" Trump amid trade friction

[AP] Big Tech faces a new set of foes: nearly all 50 US states

[Reuters] Deadline looming, Japan struggles to elude Trump tariff threat

[Reuters] Prosecutors raid Commerzbank offices over share-trading scam

[Reuters] Fitch says trade policy disruption is 'darkening' global economic outlook

[Bloomberg] Record Bond Rally Hinges on Draghi Delivering a Full QE Package

[Bloomberg] U.S. Small-Business Optimism Declines to Lowest in Five Months

[WSJ] Mario Draghi’s Plan for Final Jolt of Stimulus Runs Into Opposition

[FT] Why aggressive monetary easing is pushing on a string

[FT] China producer prices fall at fastest rate in 3 years

[FT] Germany pledges to loosen purse strings in event of economic crisis