Monday, November 12, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Climb on Trade Talk Hopes; Oil Extends Loss: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] European shares recover after U.S. tech rout; dollar falls

[Reuters] China's yuan inches up as state banks step in to support

[CNBC] Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and top Chinese official are reportedly talking trade ahead of Trump-Xi meeting

[UK Guardian] Italy expected to defy EU request to present revised budget

[Reuters] China Oct loan data disappoints, points to further slowing in economy

[Reuters] Warnings of a 'domino effect' of protectionism as Asian leaders meet

[BloombergQ] SEC Official Warns Leveraged Funds Could Hurt Reputation of ETFs

[CNBC] The reasons to be bearish on the stock market now are swamping the bull case

[BloombergQ] World's Most Active IPO Market Starts to Show Signs of Stress

[NYT] Trump’s Tax Cut Was Supposed to Change Corporate Behavior. Here’s What Happened.

[WSJ] A China Trade Deal or a New Cold War?

[WSJ] Dollar Surges Amid Political Turbulence Abroad

[WSJ] Two Senators Urge Trump to Stop Criticizing Fed

[WSJ] Chinese Banks: We’ll Never Grow Up, Not Us

[WSJ] U.S. Embarks on Tortoise vs. Hare Investment Race With China

[FT] Why Italy’s economy is stagnating

[BloombergSub] Bank of Japan’s Hoard of Assets Is Now Bigger Than the Economy

[BloombergSub] China’s Housing Market Heading for ‘Year of Recession’, Says CICC

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Nasdaq falls 2 percent as Apple, chip stocks hit by weak forecasts

[Reuters] Dollar hits 16-month high; tech woes crunch stocks

[CNBC] Goldman shares head for the worst drop in 7 years as Malaysia seeks refunds on doomed deal

[Reuters] General Electric seeks 'urgent' asset sales to cut debt: CEO

[FT] Italian banks step in to rescue struggling Carige