Monday, October 7, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street falls amid caution on U.S.-China trade dispute

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields rise ahead of heavy supply at this week's auctions

[Reuters] U.S.-China deputy-level trade talks get underway in tense atmosphere

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. names Hikvision, Chinese security bureaus to economic blacklist - sources

[Reuters] Central bankers' committee defends unconventional crisis-fighting tools

[Reuters] Trump says U.S. economy entitled to 'substantial' interest rate cut

[CNBC] Ex-Nasdaq CEO Greifeld warns that recent IPOs’ unclear path to profits reminds him of tech bubble

[Reuters] Hong Kong police stage show of force on streets, jeered by residents

[Bloomberg] Meet the Banks Behind $5.5 Trillion of Trades That Power ETFs

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Credit Tops Forecast on Non-Revolving Debt

[Bloomberg] Lira Slumps as Trump Warns Turkey Over Military Operation

[Bloomberg] Economists Worry That MMT Is Winning the Argument in Washington

[FT] Central bank stimulus is distorting financial markets, BIS finds

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks tiptoe higher as U.S. jobs boost offsets weak European data, trade anxiety

[Reuters] Yen rises, offshore yuan dips on caution over Sino-U.S. trade talks

[Reuters] Oil prices up as U.S.-China trade talks loom, supply issues mount

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] China’s Gold-Buying Spree Tops 100 Tons During Trade War

[CNBC] GE to freeze pension plans for about 20,000 US employees in a bid to cut debt

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Won’t Stop Turkish Advance Into Syria in Major Policy Shift

[Reuters] German recession looms as industrial orders drop more than expected

[Reuters] Hong Kong faces more protests after night of violence

[Bloomberg] Fed’s George, Rosengren Don’t Think Rate Cut Is Justified Yet

[Bloomberg] Shadow Bank Crisis in India Makes It Hard to Cut Bond Losses

[Bloomberg] Turkish Assets Fall as Erdogan Readies Incursion Into Syria

[WSJ] Wild Swings in Repo Rates Raise Concerns About Bond Market’s Liquidity

[WSJ] Hedge-Fund Performance Goes From Bad to Less Bad

[FT] Fed official cites banks’ taste for reserves in repo glitch