Thursday, September 6, 2018

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street opens lower as robust jobs raise rate hike fears

[Reuters] Yields rise as data shows higher wage pressures

[Reuters] U.S. job growth surges; annual wage growth largest since 2009

[BloombergQ] What Economists Are Saying Ahead of the August U.S. Jobs Report

[BloombergQ] Trump Says He Wants Shutdown Over Wall, But Not Before Election

[Reuters] Fed likely to need to hike rates 'a bit beyond neutral': Evans

[Reuters] Republicans could limit SALT impact in new tax legislation

[BloombergQ] Fannie-Freddie Plan Unveiled as House Takes Fresh Stab at Reform

[Reuters] Major Chinese paper warns Britain on trade talks after warship sail-by

[Reuters] Brazil presidential election plunged into chaos after front-runner stabbed

[WSJ] Chances Fade for U.S.-China Trade Deal

[WSJ] Fed’s Williams Says Yield Curve Not Deciding Factor in Setting Rates

[WSJ] How Banks Lost the Battle for Power on Wall Street

[FT] Corporate debt outflows surge

[FT] The next financial crisis won’t come from a ‘known unknown’

Thursday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Technology Shares Drop, Treasuries Gain: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] House GOP's second phase of tax reform aims to make individual cuts permanent, boost retirement savings

[Reuters] U.S.-Canada trade talks restart, tackle 'final' issues

[FT, Tett] Five surprising outcomes of the 2008 financial crisis

[FT] Turkey’s currency crisis triggers a sense of déjà vu