Friday, November 23, 2018

Friday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Fall as Oil's Slide Punishes Energy Shares: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] US crude plunges 7.7%, settling at $50.42, as oil loses more than a third of its value

[BloombergQ] Bank of Italy Warns of Risk in Low Growth, High Public Debt

[BloombergQ] Senior Loan ETF Sees Massive Outflows as Credit Cracks Deepen

[CNBC] Trump's quest to drive down oil prices turns the screw on American drillers

[WSJ] Investment Banks’ Secret Cash Cow

[WSJ] Oil Prices Plunge on Global Growth Concerns

[WSJ] Why China’s Deleveraging Has Faltered

[FT] Bank of Italy sounds the alarm over banks’ stability

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Drop; Copper Declines With Oil: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] China leads Asian shares lower on growth, trade worries

[CNBC] Oil plunges 7% to new 2018 low

[Reuters] Treasuries-Yields fall as lower stocks boosts safety bid for bonds

[Reuters] G20, forged in crisis, faces major test next week: Donald Trump

[BloombergQ] Trump, Xi Signal Readiness for Trade Talks Ahead of G-20 Meeting

[Reuters] China wants trade talks with United States to be equal, mutually beneficial

[Reuters] China says WTO faces 'profound crisis', urges reform

[Reuters] Euro zone business activity in the slow lane as exports brake

[BloombergQ] How Greece Is Scrambling to Save Its Banks — Again: QuickTake