Monday, November 26, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Mixed Amid Trade Talk; Dollar Advances: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Rise Least in Almost Two Years

[BloombergQ] Trump to Keep Mnuchin, Ross in Cabinet Posts for Now, Sources Say

[CNBC] Fed's Clarida says interest rates are 'much closer' to neutral 

[BloombergQ] Trump Suggests 10% Tariffs May Be Placed on iPhones, Laptops

[BloombergQ] Early Indicators Show China Slowed for a Sixth Month in November

[CNBC] Whether it's a hollow truce or a handshake agreement, the G-20 will likely hurt the yuan

[Reuters] Explainer-Chaos, or keep calm and carry on? What happens if UK's May loses Brexit vote

[BloombergQ] Hong Kong's Home Market Suffering Worst Declines Since 2016

[Reuters] Ukraine introduces martial law citing threat of Russian invasion

[NYT] When Blue Chip Companies Pile on Debt, It’s Time to Worry

[WSJ] Fed Shifts to a Less-Predictable Approach to Policy Making

[WSJ] GM Closings a Fresh Sign of Worry for Economy

[WSJ] Haley Calls Russia Reckless in Tense Standoff With Ukraine

[FT] Donald Trump and Xi Jinping face trade showdown at G20 summit

[FT] Falling oil prices put new pressure on US energy sector

[FT] ECB’s corporate exit leaves bond investors on edge

Monday Evening Links

[FXStreet] US Pres. Trump: Expects to move ahead with boost on China tariffs - WSJ

[BloombergQ] Technology Spurs Stock Rebound; Treasuries Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italian bond yields fall as Rome signals cut to deficit target

[Reuters] Bitcoin sinks as cryptocurrency sell-off gathers pace

[Reuters] GM to slash jobs and production as U.S. sedan sales sink

[Reuters] WTO's quarterly indicator suggests trade growth slowing further in fourth quarter

[Reuters] Russia ignores Western protests over seized Ukrainian ships, Ukraine mulls martial law

[WSJ] Trump Expects to Move Ahead With Boost on China Tariffs

[WSJ] The U.S. Housing Boom Is Coming to an End, Starting in Dallas

[WSJ] Oil’s Tumble Threatens U.S. Shale Drillers

[FT] A dangerous escalation of tensions in the Black Sea

[BloombergSub] Billionaires Are Leveraging Up in Case of Downturn, Banker Says