Friday, November 1, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Nasdaq set records on jobs data, trade headway

[Reuters] Oil rises nearly 4% on U.S.-China trade hopes, but sets weekly decline

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade deal in sight after progress in high-level talks

[CNBC] China says it’s reached a consensus in principle with the US during this week’s trade talks

[The Hill] US debt surpasses $23 trillion for first time

[Reuters] 'Deja vu': Argentina braced for new round of debt talks with markets stalled

[Bloomberg] U.S. Shadow Lenders See Loan Volume Slow, Quality Decline

[Bloomberg] Asia’s 20 Richest Families Control $450 Billion

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street higher on upbeat U.S. jobs report, China data

[Reuters] Treasury yields jump after better-than-expected jobs report

[Reuters] Oil prices edge up, but set for big weekly loss on rising output, trade woes

[CNBC] October job creation comes in at 128,000, easily topping estimates even with GM auto strike

[CNBC] US manufacturing contracts for a third straight month

[CNBC] A private survey shows China’s manufacturing activity expanded in October, better than expected

[Reuters] Asia's factory pain deepens on trade war, global slowdown

[Reuters] Hong Kong protesters plan huge march after gatecrashing Halloween

[AFP] China warns it won't tolerate dissent in Hong Kong

[Reuters] Iraqis pour into streets for biggest protest day since Saddam

[Bloomberg] Bank Run in Rural China Tests Faith in Thousands of Lenders

[Bloomberg] Don’t Call It Stagflation, But China Assets Flash Economic Worry

[Bloomberg] Dollar Bonds Linked to Top China Universities Plunge by Record

[NYT] The Fed’s View on Inflation Is Quietly Shifting. Here’s Why.

[WSJ] The Super Rich Are Buying $100 Million Homes. For Some, One Isn’t Enough.

[FT] Fed caught between political factions over repo

[FT] Derivatives to crash markets again? 

[FT] Japan sounds warning on China’s growing military might