Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks slip as uncertainty over NAFTA nags

[Reuters] Turkish bank bonds fall after Moody's warning, FinMin comments

[Reuters] Italian bond yields fall on report govt may ask ECB for support

[Reuters] Canada, U.S. set for second day of NAFTA talks amid growing optimism

[Reuters] U.S. second-quarter GDP growth revised up to 4.2 percent

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage applications decline, even as rates slip

[Reuters] China's state planner head says economy faces increased risks in second half

[BloombergQ] Biggest Leveraged Loan of 2018 Hits Market for Reuters Buyout

[BloombergQ] Italy Bond Traders Aren’t Sitting and Waiting for the Next Storm

[BloombergQ] How Chinese Technology Grew to Rival Silicon Valley

[CNBC] 'I hate them': Locals reportedly frustrated with Alphabet's self-driving cars

[BloombergQ] Fire-Plagued California Facing More Climate-Change Risks

[WSJ] U.S. GDP Growth Revised Up in Second Quarter

[FT] Italian banks’ bond purchases slow after hitting a record

[BloombergSub] Melt-Up on the Mind as Relentless U.S. Stocks Approach Euphoria

[BloombergSub] Who Will Be the Next ECB President?

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ekes out gains as Canada takes trade spotlight

[CNBC] Consumer confidence pops in August to highest level since October 2000

[BloombergQ] Your Dovish Take on Powell Is Wrong, Goldman Tells Bond Traders

[BloombergQ] Trump Warns Tech Giants to ‘Be Careful,’ Claiming They Rig Searches

[BloombergQ] Americans Are Using Their Homes as ATMs, Again

[Reuters] North Korea tells U.S. denuclearization talks may fall apart: CNN

[FT] Argentina finds it harder to stick to IMF bailout plan