Thursday, September 20, 2018

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Receding trade fears help stocks hit six-month high

[CNBC] Sterling slides to session low as PM May says UK and EU 'at an impasse'

[Reuters] Expect volume spike on sector reshuffle, quadruple witching

[Reuters] Fed's Powell between a rock and hard place: Ignore the yield curve or tight job market?

[Reuters] Japan uneasy over Trump pressure on auto as summit, trade talks loom

[Reuters] Walmart warns Trump tariffs may force price hikes: letter

[CNBC] JPMorgan: An economic cold war may be coming

[BloombergQ] Why Panic Gripped Indian Markets Today

[BloombergQ] Defaulted India Shadow Bank Is Major Player in Local Debt Market

[BloombergQ] Four-Bedroom Home Goes on Sale in Hong Kong for $446 Million

[BloombergQ] China Plans to Outlaw Foreign TV Shows in Prime Time

[Reuters] Iran puts on 'show of strength' military exercise in Gulf

[FT] Defiant May throws down gauntlet to EU over Brexit

[FT] Reality of painful tariffs point to long-term test for China

[FT] CDS market signals risk of a cash crunch looming for Lebanon

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises, Dow hits new high

[BloombergQ] U.S. Household Wealth Hit Record $106.9 Trillion Last Quarter

[Reuters] NAFTA talks grind on, Canada quells talk of U.S. quota on autos

[CNBC] Home sellers slash prices, especially in California

[CNBC] Bove: There's a global currency crisis unfolding that's sure to catch up to the US

[Reuters] U.S. sanctions China for buying Russia war planes, missiles

[WSJ] There Have Never Been So Many Bonds That Are Almost Junk

[WSJ] What BeyoncĂ© and These Billionaires Have in Common: Massive Mortgages

[WSJ] Growing Opposition Threatens Completion of Last U.S. Nuclear Plant

[WSJ] Latin America Is the Murder Capital of the World