Monday, November 19, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Sink as Apple, Facebook Pace the Tech Wreck: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] PG&E Bonds Fall on News of Second Power-Line Failure in Fire

[Reuters] Bitcoin breaches $5,000, plumbs fresh 13-month low

[BloombergQ] John Williams Sees Fed Likely Raising Interest Rates ‘Somewhat’ More

[BloombergQ] Yuan Exposed to Vanishing U.S.-China Yield Gap as Much as Trade

[Reuters] U.S. home builder sentiment posts biggest drop in 4-1/2 years

[Reuters] A top Fed official sees gradual tightening continuing next month

[AP] Volatile stock market spooking some older workers, retirees

[BloombergQ] European Banks Are Taking Lending Risks Like It's 2007, ECB Says

[CNN] Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn arrested over 'significant' financial misconduct

[Reuters] Putin says Russia will retaliate if US quits nuclear arms control treaty: agencies

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Sink as Tech Tumbles on China Trade Fears: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Poland Pledges Liquidity for Troubled Banks as Stocks Steady

[Reuters] Dollar pauses as Fed officials caution about global growth, yen firms

[CNN] China hoped for a soft power win at APEC, instead Xi Jinping left dissatisfied

[BloombergQ] Corporate America's Debt Boom Looks Like a Bust for the Economy

[BloombergQ] China's Chain of Debt Guarantees Looms as Systemic Danger

[CNBC] Brace for corporate defaults as Chinese firms with dollar debts are 'under increasing pressure'

[Reuters] ECB can adapt policy normalization after bond buys end: Villeroy

[BloombergQ] U.K. Housing Woes Deepen With First Asking-Price Drop Since 2011

[BloombergQ] China Market Rescue Unleashes Hot Money Seeking Risky Stocks

[BloombergQ] Why Stimulus Isn’t Working in China

[BloombergQ] Can Central Banks Go Broke? A Question for India

[WSJ] Yuan Under Pressure as U.S. Treasury Yields Top Chinese Rates

[FT] US-China tensions leave bond investors guessing

[FT] Italy stand-off raises concern of contagion

[FT] ‘Go anywhere’ bond funds spark debate around liquidity risk

[FT] Will $40bn of asset sales be enough to fix GE?

[FT] Trillion-dollar asset managers hog investor inflows