Friday, October 18, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street weighed by Boeing, J&J, bleak China data

[Reuters] Trump hopes U.S.-China trade deal will be signed by middle of November

[Reuters] Fed's Clarida keeps rate-cut door open; others less sure

[Reuters] Lebanon, pushed to the brink, faces reckoning over graft

[Reuters] Hong Kong protesters vow to hit the streets in major 'illegal' march

[Reuters] Clashes in central Barcelona on fifth day of separatist protests

[Reuters] Turkey plans presence across northeast Syria, Erdogan says

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares sapped by poor China growth, dollar gets weekly mauling

[Reuters] China third-quarter GDP grows 6%, slowest pace in almost three decades

[Reuters] China's September property investment resilient, buoyed by new construction

[Reuters] Six warning lights flashing for China’s slowing economy

[Reuters] Brexit on a knife edge as PM Johnson stakes all on 'Super Saturday' vote

[Reuters] Exclusive: Wall Street banks see green light from Fed on reserves - sources

[Reuters] IMF warns of Asia's darkening growth outlook as trade war bites

[Reuters] The IMF in figures: Debtors vs creditors

[Reuters] Japan's inflation hits 2-1/2-year low, raises stimulus chance this month

[Reuters] Turkey's forex reserves an Achilles heel if sanctions were to deepen

[Reuters] Turkey agrees with U.S. to pause Syria assault while Kurds withdraw

[Bloomberg] China’s Economy Slows on Weak Investment, Testing Global Growth

[Bloomberg] Number of China Bond Defaults Touches Last Year’s Record

[NYT] China’s Economic Growth Slows as Challenges Mount

[WSJ] Top Economic Advisers Warned Trump on Tariffs Before China Truce

[WSJ] Fed Eyes Another Rate Cut, Weighs When to Stop

[WSJ] Deals on Brexit, China Trade Don’t Make Those Problems Go Away

[FT] Why the Federal Reserve may have painted itself into a corner

[FT] How bonds became stocks and stocks became bonds