Thursday, October 17, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. stocks gain on upbeat earnings, geopolitical news

[Reuters] Fed's Williams: Economic threats that led to rate cuts don't guarantee further action

[Reuters] China says it hopes to reach phased trade pact with U.S. as soon as possible

[Reuters] UK heading for 'fairly hard' Brexit if Johnson deal passes

[CNBC] WeWork could run out of cash by mid-November — here’s what would happen next

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street cheers Brexit deal; Netflix, Morgan Stanley results set positive mood

[Reuters] European markets roar approval at new Brexit deal

[Reuters]  Britain clinches Brexit deal, Johnson now faces parliament hurdle

[Reuters] U.S. housing starts fall from 12-year high

[CNBC] ‘Addiction’ to cheap money will do ‘tremendous damage’ to the global economy

[Reuters] U.S. diplomats, Congress take aim at China; Trump expects trade deal signing

[Reuters] Catalan regional chief calls for independence vote after night of violence

[Bloomberg] What’s in the Brexit Deal? Here’s Some of the High Points

[Bloomberg] U.S. Senators Defy China Threat, Press Ahead With Hong Kong Bill

[Bloomberg] Giugliano: How the U.S.-China Trade War Could Wallop the Financial System

[Bloomberg] China Office Vacancies Reach Decade High on Slowing Economy

[Bloomberg] $1 Billion Pulled From Hong Kong Hedge Funds, Most Since 2009

[WSJ] Fed Kicks Off Balance Sheet Expansion Effort With T-Bills Purchases

[WSJ] Negative U.S. Interest Rates? Options Traders Say Yes

[FT] The risks behind foreign banks’ dollar funding

[FT] Why hedge fund managers are happy to let the machines take over

[FT] Chinese local government funds run out of projects to back