Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street tumbles as trade war threatens U.S. economy

[Reuters] Gold climbs over 1% as weak U.S. data feeds economic fears

[Reuters] Dollar slides vs yen, euro as U.S. stocks, Treasury yields decline

[Reuters] Exclusive: In Saudi Arabia, criticism of Crown Prince grows after attack

[Reuters] North Korea fires ballistic missile, possibly from submarine, days before talks

[Reuters] Gunfights rage in southern Iraq, protests spread nationwide

[Bloomberg] Repo Watchers Worry More Trouble Brewing in Fourth Quarter

[Bloomberg] Manhattan Resale Home Prices Drop Most Since 2011

[NYT] China’s Spenders Are Saving. That’s a Problem for Everyone.

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks fall to lowest in a month after U.S. manufacturing shock sparks growth worries

[Reuters] Gold rises as global growth worries boost safe-haven appeal

[Reuters] Oil steadies amid fall in U.S. inventories, weak economic data

[Reuters] U.S. private payrolls growth slows in September: ADP

[CNBC] September private payrolls report shows the pace of hiring is slowing

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage refinance applications rebound 14% on tiny rate dip

[CNBC] The stock market comeback is another ‘failure’ as chart analysts grow worried

[CNBC] Manhattan real estate prices take the biggest tumble since the financial crisis

[Reuters] Trump blasts Fed after manufacturing data stokes fears of sharp slowdown

[Reuters] UK PM Johnson, urging compromise, makes final offer to break Brexit deadlock

[Reuters] Russia's Putin says global confidence in dollar is falling

[Reuters] Hong Kong mops up, braces for fresh protests after National Day violence

[Reuters] N.Korea's suspected submarine missile 'pushes the envelope'

[Bloomberg] CLOs Stuffed Full of Private Debt to Risky Companies Are Booming

[Bloomberg] Glum Data Spurs Worst October Start Since 2014 for Europe Stocks

[Bloomberg] Dalio Outlines Possible Trump Path to Limit Capital to China

[Bloomberg] Weidmann Hits Back at Draghi Bid to Silence ECB’s QE Debate

[WSJ] The Seven-Year Auto Loan: America’s Middle Class Can’t Afford Its Cars

[FT] Weidmann warns he will oppose expanded ECB bond buying