Sunday, October 7, 2018

Sunday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asia Stocks Fall, Yuan Dips as PBOC Eases Policy: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Global dealmaking appetite falls to a four-year low amid Brexit, US-China trade fears, study says

[Reuters] Right-winger leads Brazil election, heading for run-off

[CNBC] Here's the number everyone in the financial markets is obsessing about and why

[CNBC] Ron Paul: US is barreling towards a stock market drop of 50% or more, and there's no way to prevent it

[NYT] China to Pump $174 Billion Into Its Economy as Slowdown and Trade War Loom

[WSJ] Investment in Infrastructure Is Booming Despite Lack of Progress on Trump’s Pledges

[FT] Trump tries to cut China out of trade deals with partners

[FT] Dark clouds gather over the US housing market

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] China's Sept FX reserves fall more than expected to $3 trln

[Reuters] China slashes banks' reserve requirements as trade war imperils growth

[BloombergQ] Italy Outlook Darkens as Politics Skews From Orthodox Thinking

[Reuters] Brazilians vote in tense presidential race led by right-winger

[Reuters] Erdogan says Turkey is not facing any worrying economic problems

[NYT] China Acts to Shore Up Economy Amid Weight of Trade War

[WSJ] U.S. Tariffs on China Aren’t a Short-Term Strategy

[WSJ] Surging Yields Raise Threat of Tipping Point for Stocks

[FT] China cuts banks’ reserve requirement to fuel growth