Monday, October 21, 2019

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Trade hopes boost Wall Street; tech shares lead gains

[Reuters] Trump praises U.S.-China trade talks as Beijing seeks billions in WTO case against U.S.

[Reuters] Explainer: As PM Johnson pushes ahead with Brexit, what happens now in parliament?

[CNBC] Falling profit margins raise some alarm: ‘It can be a precursor to layoffs and a recession’

[Bloomberg] Analysts Are Taking a Knife to Their 2020 Profit Estimates

[WSJ] This Year’s Hottest Trade: Buying Everything

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises on trade hopes; Boeing keeps gains in check

[Reuters] Sterling hits 5-1/2-month high on hopes for Brexit deal

[Reuters] British PM pushes for Brexit deal vote after being forced to seek delay

[Reuters] Kudlow: December tariffs could be removed if U.S.-China trade talks go well

[Reuters] U.S. Commerce chief: U.S.-China trade deal doesn't need to be inked next month

[Reuters] NY Fed accepts $58.15 bln overnight repo bids

[Reuters] China's home price growth flatlines in Sept as fewer cities report gains

[Reuters] Many firms in China's third-biggest province struggling to pay debt - S&P

[Reuters] A quiet exit for Draghi? Five questions for the ECB

[Reuters] Chile's Pinera extends state of emergency, says 'we are at war'

[Reuters] China's defense minister says resolving 'Taiwan question' is national priority

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Warns U.S. Money-Market Stress to Get Much Worse

[Bloomberg] China Home-Price Growth Slowest in 7 Months Amid Discounts

[Bloomberg] China Braces for Economic Growth to Fall Below 6%

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Hurt by Seoul’s Too-Good-to-Fail Bonds

[WSJ] Frackers Float ‘Shale Bonds’ as Traditional Investors Flee

[WSJ] China’s Crackdown on Risky Deposits Ignores Structural Problem

[FT] No inflation? Tell that to my landlord 

[FT] Bridgewater fails to recoup losses from low bond yields