Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks start month firmer as risk sentiment rebounds

[BloombergQ] Chinese Stocks Rise on Stimulus Bets as Yuan Gains on Fixing

[Reuters] Oil Falls to Two-Month Low as U.S. Supply Surge Allays Iran Fear

[Reuters] Trump says will meet China's Xi as trade talks 'move along'

[Reuters] Money Markets - Dollar Libor posts biggest one-day rise since March

[Reuters] U.S. labor market tightening; manufacturing slowing

[Reuters] U.S. productivity growth slows in the third quarter

[Reuters] US weekly jobless claims fall; continuing claims at the lowest level since 1973

[Reuters] From pharma to prisons, election-sensitive stocks that could swing

[Reuters] Bank of England holds rates, keeps options open before Brexit

[Reuters] Japan October factory activity rebounds, export orders return to growth: PMI

[BloombergQ] Goldman Says Yuan Will Hit 7 as China Avoids Heavy Meddling

[WSJ] Yuan’s Drop Pressures Chinese Companies Borrowing Overseas

[FT] US-China military tension heightens over Taiwan

[FT] US midterms set stage for mother of all White House battles

[BloombergSub] China's 100,000 Developers Are Bracing for a Giant Shakeout

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Rally on Tech Rebound; Treasuries Slide: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Wages and salaries jump by 3.1%, highest level in a decade

[CNBC] Trump advisor Larry Kudlow: 'Nothing is set in stone right now' on new China tariffs

[BloombergQ] U.S Debt Sales Top Crisis-Era Levels as Fiscal Bump Spurs Growth

[BloombergQ] Corporate Bond Issuers Suffered Worst Day in Two Months

[BloombergQ] Satellites Show China Manufacturing Output Contracted in October

[CNBC] San Francisco Bay area home sales suffer their slowest September in 11 years

[CNBC] The problem with housing is prices have recovered but demand hasn't: Real estate mogul Sam Zell

[NYT] Tech Drove Stocks Skyward. It’s a Different Story on the Way Down.

[WSJ] That Big Mac and Coke Now Comes With a Side Order of Inflation

[WSJ] Chinese Banks Can’t Escape the Country’s Gloom for Long

[WSJ] No Experience? No Problem. Private Equity Lures Newbie Bankers With $300,000 Offers.

[WSJ] Mounting Climate Worries Push ‘Location, Location, Location’ Off the Beach