Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Wednesday's News LInks

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Head for Records, Treasuries Slide: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italy budget concession hopes switch risk sentiment back on

[BloombergQ] Turkish Assets Tumble as Inflation Puts Policy in the Spotlight

[CNBC] India's rupee sinks to record lows. Its central bank isn't expected to save it

[CNBC] 'Rip-Private payrolls grew by 230,000 in Sept, vs 185,000 expected: ADP

[CNBC] ISM non-manufacturing index hits 61.6 in September, vs. 58 estimate

[BloombergQ] Italy to Bow to EU and Cut Deficit to 2% in 2021, Corriere Says

[BloombergQ] When It Comes To Rates, What Are Central Banks Going To Do Next?

[Reuters] Federal Reserve prepares for next crisis, bets it will begin like the last

[Reuters] Fed's Barkin cites Brexit, political crisis as potential economic shocks

[BloombergQ] New Yorkers Are Listing Their Homes for Both Sale and Rent

[BloombergQ] How China's Peer-to-Peer Lending Crash Is Destroying Lives

[BloombergQ] Turkish Inflation Near Record High in Erdogan Era on Lira

[BloombergQ] A Moment Of Truth For NBFCs...And For The System

[WSJ] New Nafta Shows Limits of ‘America First’

[WSJ] Companies Lure New Workers With College Coaching, Student Debt Repayment

[WSJ] China to Raise Billions in U.S. Dollar Debt as Trade Tensions Persist

[FT] Why the US-China stand-off is bad for investors

[FT] Italy’s budget fight: the next steps for Rome and Brussels

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Dow closes at record but Facebook drags on S&P, Nasdaq

[Reuters] PRECIOUS-Gold jumps as equity sell-off triggers safe-haven bids

[Reuters] Powell: U.S. outlook 'remarkably positive' with low unemployment, tame inflation

[CNBC] Powell pledges the Fed will 'act with authority' if inflation spikes

[Reuters] September a 'tale of two hurricanes' for U.S. new car sales

[Reuters] Brazil poll shows far-right Bolsonaro beating leftist in run-off

[WSJ] Investors Fear Italian ‘Doom Loop’ as Bond Selloff Deepens

[FT] Fed chair Powell defends cautious approach to lifting rates