Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises as Apple leads tech rebound, trade worries soften

[CNBC] Turkish central bank hikes rates in a bid to save tumbling currency

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices rise slowly; jobless claims near 49-year low

[Reuters] Fed fears it may have been too successful at whipping US unemployment

[Reuters] ECB stays on course to curb stimulus even as growth risks rise

[BloombergQ] Draghi Ups Warning on High Debt Amid Italian Fiscal Tensions

[Reuters] World is sleepwalking toward another financial crisis, former UK PM Brown warns

[Reuters] U.S. firms in China feeling 'clear and far reaching' trade war pinch: survey

[BloombergQ] Italy's Budget Battles Fan Speculation Over Tria's Fate

[CNBC] China may use its property markets to defend against Trump's trade war offensive

[CNBC] David Tepper says the bull market is in the late innings and he's sold some stock holdings

[WSJ] Fewer Households in Hurricane Florence’s Path Have Flood Insurance Than in 2013

[WSJ] Washington’s Sanctions Push Sinks Russian Bonds

[FT] Why Americans still feel financially unwell 10 years after crash

[FT] Is the ECB still ready to say goodbye to QE?

[FT] Turkey’s central bank faces test of independence

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Tech Decline Overrides U.S.-China Trade Optimism: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. officials have reached out to China for new trade talks: sources

[MarketWatch] Fed’s Beige Book finds pockets of weaker growth

[Reuters] China Aug new loans fall as cooling economy makes both banks, borrowers wary

[BloombergQ] Dalio Says U.S. Two Years From Downturn 

[WSJ] U.S. Proposing New Round of Trade Talks With China

[WSJ] Why Florence Is Dangerous for Insurers

[WSJ] Median Household Income Rose 1.8% in 2017, Census Bureau Figures Show

[FT] Fed’s Brainard says short-term rates may rise above longer-term estimates