Monday, October 15, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Degree of calm returns to battered stocks; Italy helps out

[BloombergQ] Stocks Gain, Treasuries Dip as Earnings Roll In: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Gold hovers near 2-1/2 month high as investors seek safe haven refuge

[Reuters] Oil prices rise on signs Iranian oil exports are falling further in October

[CNBC] Job openings hit record 7.136 million in August

[BloombergQ] China Consumer Inflation Accelerates, Factory Prices Slow

[Reuters] China's cooling factory-gate inflation signals waning demand

[BloombergQ] China’s Stock Rout Puts $613 Billion of Share Pledges at Risk

[CNBC] Even optimists are giving up hope of a quick resolution to the US-China trade war

[BloombergQ] Goldman Says Dollar's Reserve Position Hit by U.S. Sanction Risk

[Reuters] Pompeo meets Saudi king on Khashoggi case, Turks study 'toxic materials'

[WSJ] Don’t Blame the Fed for Jittery Markets

[FT] China faces ‘debt iceberg’ threat, warns rating agency

[FT] Saudi threat creates rare crack in US oil alliance

[FT] Italy’s budget D-Day has arrived

[BloombergSub] China Ditches Deleveraging, Posing Hit to Yuan, Citigroup Says

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street falls, dragged down by tech stocks

[Reuters] Safe havens rise on West-Saudi tension; world stocks fall

[Reuters] Treasuries-U.S. yields rise as supply weighs despite retail sales, geopolitics

[Reuters] Saudi Arabia preparing to admit Khashoggi was killed: CNN

[CNBC] US budget deficit expands to $779 billion in fiscal 2018 as spending surges

[Reuters] U.S. government posts widest deficit since 2012

[BloombergQ] Yellen Says Trump’s Criticism of Fed Policy Is Damaging and Unwise

[Reuters] Italy budget lowers pension age, has basic income for poor - ministers

[Reuters] Global FDI falls 41 percent in H1 2018 after Trump tax reforms - U.N.

[WSJ] U.S. Government Deficit Grew 17% in Fiscal 2018

[WSJ] Emerging-Markets Selloffs: This One Is Different

[FT] EC’s Tusk warns no-deal Brexit ‘is more likely than ever before’