Thursday, November 1, 2018

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Tech Falls After Apple; Bonds Drop on Jobs Report: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Shares roar higher on U.S.-China trade deal hopes

[Reuters] Treasuries-Yields tick up after strong jobs report, wage gains

[Reuters] U.S. job growth surges; annual wage gain biggest since 2009

[Reuters] U.S. trade gap widens; deficit with China rises to record high

[CNBC] Apple tumbles 7% after earnings on light guidance

[BloombergQ] Trump Floats China Deal as November Surprise

[Reuters] U.S. voters to decide $76 billion of bonds, taxation limits

[BloombergQ] China's Eco Policy to Be More Preemptive, Flexible, PBOC Says

[BloombergQ] Asia's Most Aggressive Rate Hikers Have More Work Ahead

[Nikkei Asian Review] 'Kiss of debt' for China stocks echoes Japan's post-bubble days

[BloombergQ] The Dirty Legacy of China’s and India’s Growth

[WSJ] Trump and Xi Talk as U.S.-China Tech Fight Brews

[FT] China central bank warns of excessive money growth

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street climbs for third day, trade optimism helps

[CNBC] Apple shares are sinking after reporting earnings

[Reuters] Gold jumps over 1 pct as dollar backs off from multi-month highs

[BloombergQ] China-Related Stocks Gain Most in 3 Years as Trump-Xi Talk Trade

[CNBC] Trump says he and China's Xi had 'long and very good' trade conversation

[Reuters] Trump, Xi upbeat on U.S.-China trade disputes ahead of meeting

[BloombergQ] U.S. Consumers Most Comfortable Heading Into Midterms Since 1998

[Reuters] Rising interest rates pinch U.S. auto sales, consumer confidence

[BloombergQ] Leveraged-Loan Launches Boom Thanks to Repricings, M&A Deals

[CNBC] Home flippers are fleeing the market as their profits shrink

[BloombergQ] October Proves to Be Rare Good Month for Both Gold and Dollar

[BloombergQ] Stock Pickers Failed to Shine as the Market Tumbled Last Month

[BloombergQ] A $5 Trillion Asia Equity Loss Still Has Two Months to Play Out

[MarketWatch] Mortgage rates slide as echoes of 2006 haunt the housing market

[BloombergQ] The Solution to India's Liquidity Crunch Is Far From Home

[WSJ] The Global Debt Boom Looks Like It’s On Borrowed Time

[FT] US corporate debt feels the chill as yields shoot up