Thursday, September 12, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends higher on trade, ECB stimulus hopes

[Reuters] Draghi ties Lagarde's hands with promise of indefinite stimulus

[Reuters] U.S. budget deficit passes $1 trillion mark for fiscal 2019

[Reuters] U.S. core inflation firming, but Fed still seen cutting rates

[Reuters] Ahead of renewed talks, Washington, Beijing prepare ground for trade deal

[Bloomberg] Draghi Faced Unprecedented ECB Revolt as Core Europe Resisted QE

[Bloomberg] ECB Cuts Rates, Revives QE to Lift Growth as Draghi Era Ends

[Bloomberg] Carnage in Crowded Hedge Fund Stocks May Mean Some Don't Survive

[WSJ] China Seeks to Narrow Trade Talks With U.S. in Bid to Break Deadlock

[WSJ] ECB Launches Major Stimulus Package, Cuts Key Rate

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Trade war thaw and ECB stimulus hopes buoys stocks

[Reuters] Oil prices fall as OPEC+ talks output compliance, not cuts

[Reuters] As trade talks loom, Chinese firms look into buying U.S. farm goods

[Reuters] ECB to turn stimulus taps back on as economy slows

[Reuters] Argentina announces new round of currency controls amid economic crisis

[Bloomberg] Turkey Surprises With Another Jumbo Rate Cut After Record Easing

[NYT] California Approves Statewide Rent Control to Ease Housing Crisis

[WSJ] China Seeks to Narrow Trade Talks With U.S. in Bid to Break Deadlock

[WSJ] Why Rate Cuts in Europe Could Do More Harm Than Good

[FT] China stimulus feared ‘too little, too late’

[FT] US targets companies with Chinese military ties