Friday, November 30, 2018

Friday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street advances as trade optimism gathers steam

[Reuters] Dollar gains as trade talks between U.S. and China take focus

[Reuters] Oil tumbles on supply glut; Wall Street up on G20 comments

[Reuters] Chinese official says 'consensus steadily increasing' in U.S. trade talks

[WSJ] U.S. Stocks Edge Up, but Outlook Darkens Across Markets

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Mixed, Bonds Rise With Trade Talks Due: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Stocks cut losses after Lighthizer says he expects Trump-Xi dinner 'success'

[Reuters] China state paper says trade deal possible at G20 if U.S. 'fair minded'

[BloombergQ] Goldman Says Trade War Escalation ‘Most Likely’ Outcome of Trump-Xi Dinner

[BloombergQ] China Hawk Navarro Is Part of Trump Entourage at G-20 Summit

[Reuters] China factory growth unexpectedly stalls in November: official PMI

[Reuters] China Nov official services PMI falls to 53.4

[BloombergQ] El-Erian: The Trump-Xi Meeting Isn't Just About Economics

[Reuters] China has 'stern' words with U.S. over ship in South China Sea

[FT] Be wary of ‘gradual, then sudden’ fissures in credit

[FT] Investors shift from credit funds in worst year since 2008

[FT] The Fed is considering big change in how it sets US interest rates

[FT] Donald Trump’s battle with the Fed is far from finished

[FT] Analysts react as China manufacturing growth falls flat