Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 dips as chip stocks and utilities tumble

[CNBC] Fed expected to raise interest rates and signal more hikes are coming

[MarketWatch] Here’s how the Fed’s statement, dot plot and forecast may shift

[Reuters] U.S. trade chief says China policy change 'not going to be easy'

[Reuters] Trump criticizes Iran as 'corrupt dictatorship' in U.N. speech

[Reuters] Turkey cannot remain silent over use of sanctions as 'weapons': Erdogan

[CNBC] Trump's $250 billion in China tariffs are now in effect—here's what could get more expensive

[NYT] As Debt Rises, the Government Will Soon Spend More on Interest Than on the Military

[NYT] One Reason for Slow Wage Growth? More Benefits

[WSJ] At U.N., Trump Defends His Administration’s Hard-Line Trade Policies

[WSJ] Oil Continues to Soar on Supply Concerns

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Climb, Bonds Fall as Risk Appetite Rebounds: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil hits four-year peak after OPEC+ shows no sign of turning on the taps

[CNBC] Rates rise as Fed set to begin two-day meeting; 10-year Treasury yield hits highest since May

[Reuters] U.S. consumer confidence surges in September

[CNBC] Home prices rise at a slower rate in July: S&P Case-Shiller

[Reuters] China says U.S. putting 'knife to its neck', hard to proceed on trade

[Reuters] China says trade war to 'certainly' hurt U.S. exporters, create opportunities to others

[Reuters] Some BOJ policymakers urged greater focus on dangers of prolonged easing: July minutes

[BloombergQ] Ultra-Wealthy Asian Families’ Love of Emerging Markets May Prove Painful

[Reuters] U.S. approves $330 million military sale to Taiwan

[WSJ] U.S. Government Bonds Fall Ahead of Fed Meeting

[WSJ] ECB’s Draghi Says Rising Wages, Inflation Support Phasing Out of Easy Money

[WSJ] Everything Looked Great for the Dollar Recently, So Why Didn’t It Go Up?

[WSJ] China Denies U.S. Navy Ship’s Request for Hong Kong Visit

[FT] Since the crisis, a preference for debt markets over bank loans