Sunday, October 20, 2019

Sunday Evening Links

[CNBC] Asia markets trade mixed amid fresh uncertainties over Brexit

[Reuters] Sterling slips from five-month high after Brexit plan hits snag

[Reuters] Japan September exports fall 5.2% year-on-year: MOF

[Bloomberg] Political Risk Is Alive in Latin America as Protests Spread

[Bloomberg] China Urged to Curb Risky Lending to Vulnerable Pacific Nations

[FT] Can Boris Johnson get Brexit done after latest defeat?

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street Week Ahead: Tech haves and have-nots face third-quarter tests

[Reuters] Brexit will happen on Oct. 31 despite PM's unsigned delay request, UK says

[Reuters] EU plays for time as Johnson spars with UK parliament on Brexit

[Reuters] What happens next after UK PM Johnson writes Brexit delay letter?

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Goodbye Draghi as Lagarde Era Nears for ECB: Global Economy Week

[Reuters] Three die after supermarket set on fire, flights out of Santiago delayed due to Chile riots

[Reuters] Lebanon protesters keep pressure on government as reform deadline nears

[Reuters] Petrol bombs and tear gas scar Hong Kong streets as police, protesters clash

[Bloomberg] Trump Woes Mount With Damaging Witnesses, Mulvaney Blunder

[NYT] In a Strong Economy, Why Are So Many Workers on Strike?

[WSJ] Financial Markets Face Fresh Wave of Political Uncertainty: ‘There’s Literally Nowhere to Hide’

[WSJ] Bond Ratings Firms Go Easy on Some Heavily Indebted Companies

[FT] US corporate debt triggers recession concerns

[FT] China’s Xi Jinping has more to worry about than slowing economic growth