Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Wednesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Erase Gains on Fresh Trade Woes; Oil Jumps: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italy bond yields rise, BTP futures tumble as Italy sticks to deficit target

[Reuters] Oil finds floor, stocks ease, sterling braces for wild swings

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices post biggest gain in nine months

[Reuters] Defiant Italy sets stage for budget showdown with EU

[BloombergQ] Euro-Area Economy Grows Least in Four Years as Germany Drags

[BloombergQ] German Economy Shrinks for First Time Since 2015 on Auto Hit

[BloombergQ] Credit Markets Are Bracing for Something Bad

[BloombergQ] Oil's Collapse Deepens as Supply and Demand Concerns Roil Market

[BloombergQ] U.S. Holds Off on Trump’s Car Tariffs After Trade Meeting, Sources Say

[Reuters] China industrial output, investment beat forecasts; retail sales miss

[BloombergQ] China Home-Sales Growth Slows in Latest Sign Property Is Cooling

[Reuters] China's October property investment growth hits 10-month low as economy slows

[Reuters] Japan's economy contracts in third quarter as natural disasters, trade woes bite

[CNBC] Trump's tariff battle with China is spurring record dollar-yuan trading

[BloombergQ] Pimco Says China Current Account Shift to Pressure Global Bonds

[BloombergQ] Greenspan Says U.S. May Be Seeing First Signs of Inflation

[WSJ] U.K.’s May Faces Brexit Test as Officials Reach Draft Deal

[WSJ] U.S. Panel Warns China Tech Prowess Threatens U.S. Security

[FT] Italy’s budget row leaves eurozone in limbo

[FT] Risks to financial sector rising and banks unprepared — Bundesbank

[FT] AMLO v financial markets

[BloombergSub] Curve Inversion May Lead U.S. Banks to Tighten Lending Standards

Tuesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Sputter as Crude Slumps; Pound Surges: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil slumps 6 percent as rout runs to 12 days on supercharged selling

[Reuters] U.S. government posts $100 billion deficit in October

[Reuters] Italy government sticks to budget targets despite EU pressure

[CNBC] Why oil prices went from four-year highs to a bear market in just six weeks

[Reuters] DoubleLine's Gundlach: U.S. corporate bonds 'most dangerous' part of market

[CNBC] White House economic advisor Kudlow says US is speaking again with China on trade

[MarketWatch] Kudlow says Navarro ‘badly misspoke’ on China trade-deal likelihood

[BloombergQ] Oil's Slide Accelerates in `Capitulation' to Darkening Outlook

[Forbes] This Year, Ironically, First U.S. Deficit Record In 12 Years

[BloombergQ] U.S. Dollar's Safe-Haven Status May Not Be So Safe, BofA Says

[CNBC] A banker who worked closely with Trump on debt restructuring sees a big problem coming for the market

[AP] US colleges attracting fewer new students from abroad

[FT] Italy remains defiant over budget plans

[FT] IMF warns Italy that budget plans risk backfiring

[FT] Five US tech giants spend combined $115bn on buying back stock

[FT] China censorship moves from politics to economics