Sunday, September 30, 2018

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks, Loonie, Peso Climb on Nafta: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Canadian dollar hits four-month high as U.S., Canada reach NAFTA deal

[Reuters] Canada, U.S. reach deal to save NAFTA as trilateral trade pact

[Reuters] Trump: Canada, Mexico trade pact 'great deal' for all sides

[Reuters] U.S. housing market faces '5-percent' test

[Reuters] Turkish manufacturing slides to 9-year low, economists see evidence of recession

[Reuters] China cancels security talks with United States

[BloombergQ] Australia's Property Downturn Chalks Up One-Year Anniversary

[NYT] Lines Before Dawn, Violence and ‘No Trust’: China’s Health Care Crisis

[WSJ] U.S. and Canada Reach Nafta Deal

[WSJ] Wall Street’s Biggest Business Braces for Lackluster Third-Quarter Results

[WSJ] Red Ink Floods IPO Market

[WSJ] China’s Economy Losing Steam as Trade Conflict With U.S. Intensifies

[FT] Policymakers share blame for the shadow banking boom

[FT] Ten years on, fresh trading risks seem to be emerging

[FT] Alternatives to Libor begin to make an impact

[BloombergSub] Skyrocketing Deficit? So What, Says New Washington Consensus

Sunday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asian Stocks See a Muted Start; Oil Ticks Higher: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] President Trump's Nafta Deal With Canada Is Close

[Reuters] Japan business mood sours, trade woes cloud outlook: tankan

[Reuters] Argentina nears new currency swap deal with China: central bank

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Trump calls Saudi's King to discuss oil supplies

[BloombergQ] JPMorgan Says U.S.-China Tariffs to Go All Out, Lowers Yuan Call

[Reuters] China to cut import tariffs on wide range of products

[Reuters] China factory sector hurt in September as trade frictions bite

[Reuters] Lebanon bond rout ramps up currency concerns, pressure for fiscal reform

[NYT] Housing Market Slows, as Rising Prices Outpace Wages

[NYT] China Censors Bad Economic News Amid Signs of Slower Growth

[WSJ] The Rising Costs of Hurricanes