Monday, September 23, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street buoyed by Apple; trade concerns, mixed PMI cap gains

[Reuters] NY Fed's Williams says NY Fed actions had desired effect of reducing market strains

[Reuters] Fed's Bullard: U.S. policy now 'considerably' looser, but markets may demand more

[Fortune] Why the Repo Market Is Such a Big Deal—and Why Its $400 Billion Bailout Is So Unnerving

[CNBC] More Americans are house rich, but they’re leaving that cash in the house

[Reuters] EU's Barnier says it's hard to see Brexit solution

[Bloomberg] Dudley Says Fed Will Strongly Consider a Standing Repo Facility

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says ECB Should Examine New Ideas Like MMT

[Bloomberg] Muni-Bond Sales Surging as Yields Tumble to Lowest Since 1960s

[WSJ] Repo-Market Tumult Raises Concerns About New Benchmark Rate

[WSJ] Aramco’s Repairs Could Take Months Longer Than Company Anticipates, Contractors Say

[FT] World leaders call for action to avert ‘apocalyptic’ climate change

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks sink on dismal economic data, mixed trade signals

[Reuters] European stocks sink after weak business surveys

[CNBC] Chinese theft of trade secrets on the rise, the US Justice Department warns

[MarketWatch] Stock market’s eerie parallels to September 2007 should raise recession fears

[Reuters] ECB's Knot: New economic stimulus program 'disproportionate'

[AP] Travel chaos, jobs lost as UK firm Thomas Cook collapses

[Reuters] Hong Kong mops up after fresh violence, braces for October 1 anniversary

[NYT] In the Decade Since Madoff, Ponzi Schemers Try New Tactics

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Economy Comes Close to Stalling as Factories Suffer

[Bloomberg] Life in China Is Getting Harder, and Xi Jinping Should Worry

[Bloomberg] China Steps Up Government Presence at Alibaba, Private Giants

[Bloomberg] President Trump Doubles Down on Call for Negative Interest Rates

[Bloomberg] Draghi’s Highway to Inflation Goal Risks Ending in Taper Tantrum

[WSJ] Fed Adds $49.7 Billion to Financial System

[WSJ] Your Meat Is Getting Pricier Because China Is Peckish for Protein

[FT] Shadows loom over China’s 70th birthday celebrations

[FT] Eurozone economy stalls as data trigger fears of recession