Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Wednesday News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street bounces back as tech shares recover

[Reuters] World stocks try to find feet after tech-driven rout

[BloombergQ] Oil Rebounds From One-Year Low as U.S. Crude Stockpiles Drop

[Reuters] Money Markets-Dollar LIBOR posts biggest rise in eight months

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders flat; jobless claims rise

[CNBC] Mortgage refinance applications hit 18-year low

[CNBC] A $9 trillion corporate debt bomb is 'bubbling' in the US economy

[BloombergQ] Investors Pulled $29 Billion in October, Most in Three Years From Funds

[Reuters] Dearth of Italian bond deals flashes long-term debt danger

[Reuters] PIMCO's bond chief Balls says Italy default cannot be ruled out

[BloombergQ] China’s Warning to Market Economists: Toe the Party’s Line

[BloombergQ] WTO Starts U.S. Tariffs Probe, Crossing Trump's Red Line

[BloombergQ] Beijing to Judge Every Resident Based on Behavior by End of 2020

[WSJ] Frackers’ Growth Ambitions Clouded by Drop in Oil Prices

[WSJ] Italy’s Big Budget, Designed to Help Business, Is Hurting It

[FT] US-China trade war risks heavy toll on growth, says OECD

[FT] China’s ‘sharp power’ play in Taiwan

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia stocks drop, oil stymied as growth woes grip global markets

[Reuters] Retail, tech stocks lead slide on Wall Street

[CNBC] US crude oil dives 6% to fresh one-year low as stock market slides

[Reuters] Italy's bond yields rise as budget tensions weigh

[Reuters] Bitcoin crashes to lowest this year, losses top 25 percent in a week

[Reuters] USTR says China has failed to alter 'unfair, unreasonable' trade practices

[Reuters] U.S. housing starts rise, but underlying trend weak

[BloombergQ] ETF Investors Turn Sour on Junk Bonds

[BloombergQ] JPMorgan Sees Stocks Vulnerable to Liquidity Shortfalls in Rout

[BloombergQ] ECB Official Warns QE Exit Could Spell Trouble for Italy's Debt

[Reuters] White House's Kudlow: Tax reform's next phase won't happen in 2018

[BloombergQ] The Cracks in Credit Markets Are Growing Deeper

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Not Likely Swayed by Recent Stock Market Declines

[FT] White House decries China trade practices ahead of G20 summit