Monday, December 16, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. touches fresh highs on China data, trade deal boost

[Reuters] Kudlow: U.S.-China deal 'absolutely' done, U.S. exports to China will double

[CNBC] Homebuilder confidence jumps to highest level in 20 years

[Reuters] U.S. consumers show greater demand for credit, rejection rates drop: NY Fed survey

[Reuters] India citizenship law protests spread across campuses

[Bloomberg] Defaults in One of China’s Richest Provinces Spook Investors

[FT] Fed averts another bout of repo turmoil despite cash squeeze

[FT] Corporate default hotspot tests Beijing’s appetite for bailouts

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks rise as investors cheer preliminary U.S.-China trade deal

[Reuters] Overnight repo rate rises to highest since Oct. 30

[CNBC] US and China reached a trade agreement, but some key details are still unclear

[CNBC] The US-China trade deal leaves a large American deficit and a permanent collision course

[Reuters] China November home price growth slowest in two years; property investment at one-year low

[Reuters] China's factory, retail sectors shine as trade tensions thaw

[Reuters] Euro zone business growth stayed weak in December: flash PMIs

[Bloomberg] Home-Price Growth in China Slowest in Almost Two Years

[Bloomberg] Masayoshi Son’s Bankers Are Worried About Their Favorite Client

[WSJ] Chinese Home Builders’ Favorite Funding Ploy is Under Threat

[FT] Bond funds revel in white-hot year for fixed income

[FT] Could private capital become the world’s latest ‘peso problem’?