Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Wednesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Rally to End Painful Month; Treasuries Drop: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Shares bounce as bulls fight back after brutal October

[CNBC] 'Robust' jobs market sees another 227,000 hires in October

[Reuters] Rising wages boost U.S. labor costs in third quarter

[Reuters] U.S. Treasury to boost auction sizes, create new inflation-indexed issuance

[Reuters] Money Markets-LIBOR posts biggest monthly rise since March

[Reuters] How the U.S. midterm elections could ripple through markets

[CNBC] Stock market swings may have hit mortgage applications, down 2.5%

[Reuters] China factory growth weakest in over 2 years, slump in export orders deepens

[BloombergQ] China Signals More Support Needed Amid Pressure on Economy

[BloombergQ] China Feels Trade War Pain as Export Gauge Signals Worse to Come

[BloombergQ] Janet Yellen Says She’s Concerned About Trump Undermining Trust In Fed

[Reuters] India says central bank independence 'essential' as row unnerves markets

[BloombergQ] Can China-U.S. Relations Step Back From the Edge?

[Reuters] U.S. diplomat says bid to decide Taiwan's future by non-peaceful means a 'grave concern'

[WSJ] Companies Raise Prices, Betting Consumers Can Pay More

[WSJ] October’s Market Rout Leaves Investors With No Place to Hide

[WSJ] This Is How China’s Currency Works

[WSJ] Rivals Reap Rewards as China’s Monster Money-Market Fund Shrinks

[WSJ] Bank of Japan Warns of Pressures From Global ‘Protectionist Moves’

[FT] China to sell debt in Hong Kong to support renminbi

[FT] Eurozone inflation rate ticks up to highest level since 2012

[FT] Turkish food price inflation expected to hit almost 30%

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. rebounds as chip, transport shares surge

[Reuters] Treasuries-U.S. yields tick up as stocks recover on trade prospects

[BloombergQ] Oil Falls to Two-Month Low as Global Demand Anxiety Intensifies

[Reuters] U.S. consumer confidence at 18-year high; house price gains slow

[CNBC] Southern California suffers its worst housing slump in over a decade

[Reuters] Brazil would only sell reserves under speculative attack -Bolsonaro adviser

[BloombergQ] Dealmakers Worry Anti-Globalization Movement Could Dampen Transactions

[NYT] Fear of 7: The Number That Could Make China’s Currency a Trade-War Weapon

[WSJ] Home Prices Continue to Lose Momentum

[WSJ] The Yawning Divide That Explains American Politics