Monday, November 26, 2018

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

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Global Stocks Rebound With Oil; Italy Bonds Rally: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil prices stabilize after 'Black Friday' plunge

[BloombergQ] Grim Stock Signals Piling Up as Wall Street Mulls Recession Odds

[Reuters] Japan November factory activity expands at slowest pace in two years: flash PMI

[Reuters] Global wage growth slumps to 1.8 percent in 2017, lowest in a decade: ILO

[Reuters] In China's hinterland, car market growth engine sputters

[BloombergQ] Italy Studying Lower Deficit Goal After EU Talks: Budget Update

[CNBC] Goldman expects commodities to rebound next year, says oil and gold prices are 'extremely attractive'

[Reuters] Australian regulators watching non-banks for financial stability risks: RBA

[BloombergQ] Asia’s Liquidity Squeeze Is the Worst Since 2008

[Reuters] Kuroda voices confidence BOJ can shrink balance sheet smoothly

[BloombergQ] China’s Tech Giants Are Looking Weaker Than Ever

[Reuters] Russia fires on and seizes Ukrainian ships near annexed Crimea

[WSJ] U.S. Pension Funds Turn to Riskier Real-Estate Bets

[WSJ] Russia-Ukraine Standoff Intensifies Over Captured Vessels

[FT] The US, China and Wall Street’s new man in the middle