Friday, September 20, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street drops after China cancels trip to Montana farmland

[Reuters] Oil slips on trade fears but soars in week after Saudi production attacked

[CNBC] Chinese trade negotiators cancel US farm visit, cut trip short

[CNBC] China delegation’s sudden departure highlights trade and tariffs as main movers of markets

[Reuters] Hopes for trade breakthrough fade as China cancels U.S. farm visits

[AP] Trump says he doesn’t need China trade deal before election

[AP] 2 Federal Reserve officials highlight deep divisions

[Reuters] Fed's Rosengren flags risks to economy in WeWork-style model

[CNBC] Goldman Sachs says the market is about to get wild in October

[Bloomberg] Fed Tackles End-of-Quarter Funding Angst by Extending Repo Plan

[Bloomberg] U.S. Household Net Worth Increases $1.8 Trillion

[FT] Week of repo turmoil puts Wall Street traders in a spin

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street opens slightly stronger amid stimulus hopes, easing trade tensions

[Reuters] Oil heading for 7% weekly gain after Saudi attacks

[Reuters] Gold edges higher on soft dollar, heads for first weekly gain in four

[Reuters] U.S. repo rate rises ahead of Fed repo operation

[Reuters] China cuts new loan rate for second month but struggling economy likely needs more

[Reuters] China's new one-year lending benchmark rate cut marginally

[AP] Fed rushes to plug cash shortage in short-term loan market

[CNBC] ‘The era of economic surrender is over,’ says Mike Pence on trade with China

[Bloomberg] Fed Injects Cash for Fourth Day as Funding Markets Stabilize

[Bloomberg] Repo Squeeze Has Upset Funding Markets. It’s About to Get Worse

[Bloomberg] China’s Plan for the Yuan Could Backfire in Any Crisis, Strategist Says

[Bloomberg] Oil's Rising Again as Iran's Warning of War Ratchets Up Tensions

[Bloomberg] Japan Inflation Hits 2-Year Low as BOJ Calls for Price Review

[Bloomberg] One of the World’s Top Investors Just Rang the Alarm, Again

[Bloomberg] BOJ Makes Sweeping Cuts to Bond Purchases to Steepen Curve

[Bloomberg] Free Money for Everyone Won’t Solve Our Problems

[WSJ] Fed Will Weigh Resuming Balance Sheet Growth at October Meeting

[FT] Quant funds lick wounds after rout in bonds and hot stocks