Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street extends sell-off, S&P breaches key level

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Mixed, Dollar Falls as Sell-Off Eases: Markets Wrap

[MarketWatch] Gold jumps, draws demand as a safety play away from embattled stock market

[Reuters] Nikkei sinks as much as 4.2 percent to 1-month low amid global rout

[Reuters] Oil extends losses as other markets fall, stockpiles climb

[CNBC] US inflation slows in September on rental costs, energy

[BloombergQ] Trump Steps Up Fed Pressure With ‘Gone Crazy’ Jab After Sell-off

[BloombergQ] Central Bankers Defend Fed After Trump Accuses It of ‘Going Loco’

[BloombergQ] Mnuchin, Fed Officials Downplay Market Rout as Sell-Off Widens

[BloombergQ] Mnuchin Says U.S. Markets ‘Correction’ Is Not Very Surprising

[CNBC] World Bank president warns: Debt and trade problems are painting 'a troubling picture'

[CNBC] Start-up economy is a 'Ponzi scheme,' says Chamath Palihapitiya

[CNBC] 'I would not associate Jay Powell with craziness,' says IMF's Christine Lagarde

[Reuters] U.S. raises pressure on Saudi Arabia over missing journalist

[Reuters] Alarm bells for Merkel as Bavarian allies face election slump

[WSJ] Markets Tumble Across Asia, Led by Tech, as Growth Worries Dominate

[WSJ] Ben Bernanke’s End Game

[WSJ] Big Lenders Make Push to Liquidate Sears

[FT] ETFs begin to reshape bond trading

[FT] What is behind the global stock market sell-off?

Wednesday Evening Links

[CNBC] US stock futures point to another drop on Thursday as October stock-market rout continues

[CNBC] Dow plummets 800 points in worst drop since February, Amazon and tech shares lead the rout

[Reuters] S&P tumbles 3 percent as U.S. yields soar, investors shun risk

[Fortune] Trump Says the Federal Reserve Has 'Gone Crazy' and Markets Are in a 'Correction'

[Reuters] Rising U.S. bond yields bring back Wall Street's sinking feeling

[AsiaTimes] Has the derivatives volcano already begun to erupt?

[Reuters] Atlanta Fed raises U.S. third-quarter GDP growth view to 4.2 percent

[Reuters] Fed's Evans sees 'a little bit more to go' before hitting neutral

[BloombergSub] Options Activity in ‘Fear Gauge’ Spikes as U.S. Stocks Sink

[BloombergSub] There’s Nowhere to Hide in U.S. Markets as Correlation Breaks Down

[BloombergSub] Bond Market Slump Is Now Hitting High-Yield Funds

[WSJ] Real-Estate Backed Loans Stage Comeback in CLO Surge

[FT] Biggest bond ETF suffers record withdrawals

[FT] Italy turmoil is hitting our banks, says Bank of Greece governor