Friday, December 7, 2018

Friday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Tumble With Tech Sinking on Trade Woes: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Gold hits 5-month peak as U.S. jobs data tempers rate hike views

[CNBC] Huawei executive’s arrest puts more pressure on Trump and Xi as they grapple over the global order

[Reuters] Fed policymakers signal turning point on U.S. rate-hike path

[BloombergQ] Kudlow Says He Expects Fed Pause for ‘Quite Some Time’ After December Hike

[Reuters] Trump praises China talks; aides downplay friction over Huawei arrest

[Reuters] As Brexit crunch nears, campaign for new referendum gathers pace

[WSJ] American Entrepreneurs Who Flocked to China Are Heading Home, Disillusioned

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Tech stocks pull Wall St. lower, offseting jobs data bump

[BloombergQ] Oil Rises as Much as 5.4 Percent as OPEC+ Is Said to Agree Cuts

[Reuters] U.S. job growth slows; monthly wage gains miss expectations

[Reuters] Huawei CFO to appear in Canada court as Chinese media slam arrest

[SCMP] China separates arrest of Huawei executive Sabrina Meng Wanzhou from US trade talks

[BloombergQ] China State Media Calls Huawei Arrest a ‘Despicable Rogue’ Act

[BloombergQ] Powell Says U.S. Labor Market ‘Very Strong’ by Many Measures

[Reuters] Tariffs have hit confidence, to slow US economy, says Fed’s Williams

[Reuters] Japan said to plan to bar Huawei, ZTE from government procurement contracts

[BloombergQ] China Needs Bailout, Capital Plans for Crisis Event: PBOC's Ma

[Reuters] China should tolerate bigger budget deficit in 2019 to boost economy: state media

[BloombergQ] Biggest Worry for Traders? They Don't Know Why Stocks Are Moving

[NYT] With the Economy Uncertain, Tech ‘Unicorns’ Rush Toward I.P.O.

[WSJ] U.S. Companies Feel the Pinch as Tariff Costs Start to Mount

[WSJ] U.S. Takes Aim at Huawei

[WSJ] Bear Markets March Across the Globe

[FT] The America hawks circling Beijing

[FT] Chinese and US executives worry after Huawei CFO’s arrest