Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Wednesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Mixed as Euro, Pound Fall; Bonds Advance: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Asia stocks slip to 14-month lows on simmering trade worries

[Reuters] Italian bond yields rise as tensions over budget resurface

[Reuters] Trade war takes a heavy toll on Chinese stocks, and investors

[Reuters] U.S. producer prices post first drop in one-and-half years

[BloombergQ] Markets See Highest Chance Yet of Two More Fed Hikes in 2018

[CNBC] Rates are about to hit a key level that could cause trouble for stocks

[CNBC] The Fed is trying to finally get back to 'normal' after the crisis, but skeptics doubt it truly can

[BloombergQ] PBOC Resumes Injections After 15-Day Halt Drives Up Money Rates

[BloombergQ] Argentina Holds Rate At World-High 60 Percent To Fight Inflation

[BloombergQ] Erdogan Names Himself Turkey Wealth Fund Chairman in Shakeup

[BloombergQ] How Merkel Might Name Draghi's Successor as a Consolation Prize

[Reuters] Russia starts biggest war games since Soviet fall near China

[NYT] As Elkhart, Ind., Goes, So Goes the Nation, and Elkhart Is Nervous

[NYT] Emerging Markets Are Busting, Again

[WSJ] The Epicenter of the Housing Bust Is Booming Again. (That’s a Warning Sign.)

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Tech, energy stocks lift Wall Street

[Reuters] Oil rises more than 2 percent as U.S. sanctions on Iran squeeze supply

[CNBC] Two-year Treasury yield rises to highest since 2008

[MarketWatch] U.S. budget deficit widens to fifth-highest ever, CBO reports

[Reuters] Impending $144 billion in new supply boosts yields

[Reuters] Record U.S. job openings, quits rate boost wage growth outlook

[Reuters] Atlanta Fed cuts U.S. third-quarter GDP view below 4 percent

[FT] Lagarde warns of US-China trade war ‘shock’ to emerging markets