Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Tech Rebound, Small Cap Strength Pace Stocks Rally: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Crude Gains Most in 5 Months, Shrugging Off U.S. Inventory Gain

[BloombergQ] U.S. Consumer Sentiment Sours More Than Forecast in November

[CNBC] Hedge funds suffer worst month in nearly three years in October and are now down for the year

[CNBC] Hedge funds are in a 'vicious downward cycle' as their favorite stocks badly trail market

[Reuters] Harvesting in a trade war: U.S. crops rot as storage costs soar

[BloombergQ] Italy’s Populists Lose a Big Confidence Vote

[NYT] Markets Are Revealing the Sum of All Risks

[WSJ] Existing-Home Sales Suffer Largest Annual Drop in Four Years

[BloombergSub] Four Charts Showing How Global Credit Markets Have Turned Sour

[BloombergSub] CDOs Reincarnated as a Hybrid of Junk Bonds and Leveraged Loans

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