Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Thanksgiving Day News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Drop in Quiet Holiday Trading; Pound Jumps: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] European stocks wilt after tech reboot fails

[Reuters] Oil falls on rising U.S. inventories, OPEC talk of cut limits loss

[CNBC] US-China trade war could go on until 2020 presidential elections

[Reuters] WTO says G20 trade restrictions soar, cover $481 billion of trade

[Reuters] Stock market volatility: Options traders expect more, more, more

[BloombergQ] China Confronts the Pain of Deleveraging, and Blinks

[Reuters] China says U.S. accusations of unfair trade practices 'groundless'

[CNBC] Chinese consumers aren't spending as much. Many are worried about the future

[BloombergQ] The EU Is More Worried About Italy Than Brexit

[BloombergQ] Carry-Trade Warriors of Emerging Markets Enjoy Best Month in Ten

[BloombergQ] How Bitcoin’s Crash Compares to History’s Biggest Bubbles

[WSJ] Global Selloff Tests Changed Credit Market

[WSJ] Rising Rates Are Roiling Nonbank Mortgage Lenders

[FT] ECB holds fast on stimulus withdrawal plans despite weak data

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