Monday, September 30, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks inch higher as investors downplay escalating trade war

[Reuters] Oil falls, Brent posts biggest quarterly drop this year on demand fears

[CNBC] Don’t expect calm markets in October, historically a month for wild swings

[Reuters] U.S. dollar share of global currency reserves at lowest since 2013: IMF data

[Reuters] Saudi crown prince warns of escalation with Iran

[Reuters] Fitch cuts Saudi credit rating citing "risk of further attacks"

[FT] US repo market pressure eases after Fed interventions

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares steady as investors shrug off U.S. delisting threat

[Reuters] Oil down more than 1% on trade war jitters and Chinese data

[Reuters] China Sept factory activity surprises, expands fastest in 19 mths-Caixin PMI

[CNBC] Beijing warns Washington in response to possible US investment restrictions

[Reuters] Chinese companies rethink U.S. IPOs after Trump's delisting threat

[Reuters] Fashion retailer Forever 21 files for bankruptcy

[Reuters] Hong Kong police expect 'violent attack' on sensitive Chinese anniversary

[Bloomberg] Once-Shunned Capital Controls Surface in U.S.-China Trade War

[NYT] The New York Fed Chief Is Facing His Biggest Test. Here’s His Response.

[NYT] Hong Kong’s Status as Neutral Ground at Risk as China Asserts Power

[WSJ] Fed Adds $63.5 Billion to Financial System in Repo Transaction

[WSJ] ‘Why Were They Surprised?’ Repo Market Turmoil Tests New York Fed Chief

[WSJ] Stimulus, Inequality and the Chinese Dream

[WSJ] WeWork Needs Cash as Botched IPO Scuttles Planned Infusion

[WSJ] Hong Kong Protesters Taunt Beijing in Bid to Spoil Communist China’s Birthday

[FT] Interview: Mario Draghi declares victory in battle over the euro