Thursday, August 23, 2018

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Advance as Trade Talks End; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Powell sees 'further, gradual' rate hikes ahead as economy continues to hum

[CNBC] Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison to become next prime minister, ousting Malcolm Turnbull

[BloombergQ] No Major Progress in U.S.-China Trade Talks as Tariffs Bite

[Reuters] Exclusive: China to keep hitting back at U.S. over trade, to boost government spending - finance minister

[Reuters] Fed's Bullard wants to pause rate hikes, Mester does not

[Reuters] Fed policymakers see rate hikes, blurring dove-hawk divide

[Reuters] Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison to become new prime minister

[CNBC] Treasury, IRS move to block blue state workarounds on tax caps

[BloombergQ] The Complex Calculations Behind Angela Merkel's ECB Strategy

[Reuters] China seeks domination, U.S. says, after El Salvador dumps Taiwan

[NYT] Chill Remains Between China and United States in Latest Trade Talks

[WSJ] Lenders Shunned Risky Personal Loans. Now They’re Competing for Them

[FT] Leveraged loan boom is storing up nasty problems

[FT] China injects $22bn into banking system

[FT] Erdogan’s conspiracy claims strike chord in Turkey

[FT] Emerging markets spur deflationary headwinds

[BloombergSub] U.S.-China Talks Draw a Blank, Bringing Fresh Tariffs Into View

[BloombergSub] China’s Deposit-Hungry Banks Start to Get Fancy

Thursday Evening Links

[CNBC] Asia mixed in early trade as US-China tariff talks end with no breakthrough

[Reuters] Wall St. falters as trade worries weigh

[Reuters] U.S. 5-year TIPS sold at highest yield since 2009

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade talks end with no breakthrough as tariffs kick in

[Reuters] U.S. Senate passes massive spending bill for defense and domestic programs

[CNBC] The housing recovery isn't over, it just feels like it is

[BloombergQ] Why Trump Is Pressuring the Fed on Rates

[BloombergQ] A 1998 Paper May Yield Clues to Powell’s Themes for Jackson Hole

[BloombergQ] Active Managers Fall Further Behind the Indexes They Aim to Beat

[BloombergQ] Climate Change Has Already Hit Home Prices, Led by Jersey Shore

[WSJ] Chicago’s New Idea to Fix Its Pension Deficit? Take On More Debt