Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Thursday's New Links

[Reuters] Weak earnings add to Wall Street's Fed-triggered slide

[Reuters] Gold jumps 1 pct as dollar slides, stocks tumble after Fed

[Reuters] World stocks suffer as Fed heightens recession fears

[Reuters] Oil slumps 4% to lowest in a year as stock markets sink

[Reuters] After Fed selloff, is a U.S. bear market next?

[CNBC] Powell says he doesn’t see Fed changing its strategy for shrinking the balance sheet

[BloombergQ] Powell Enters Era of Rate-Hike Caution as Growth Headwinds Mount

[Reuters] BoE says Brexit jitters worsen, sees inflation below target

[Reuters] British ministers split over next Brexit steps if PM's deal fails

[BloombergQ] El-Erian: Fed’s No-Win: Balancing Growth and Market Fragility

[Reuters] North Korea media says denuclearization includes ending 'U.S. nuclear threat'

[Reuters] Russia's Putin accuses U.S. of raising risk of nuclear war

[NYT] Global Trade Tensions Boil Over at Staid W.T.O. Forum

[WSJ] Powell to Markets: Take That

[WSJ] China’s Reform Without Opening

[FT] US market slide underscores challenge facing Federal Reserve

[FT] The new era of US-China decoupling

[FT] US warns of Chinese influence at multilateral lenders

[FT] Washington plans new move targeting China ‘economic aggression’

[FT] Italy budget truce fails to address economy’s long-term faults

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. turns negative after Fed press conference

[Reuters] Fed raises interest rates, sees 'some further' hikes ahead

[CNBC] Fed makes key adjustment in effort to keep rates in line

[CNBC] Here’s what changed in the new Fed statement

[CNBC] Fed now sees just 2 rate hikes in 2019

[WSJ] Fed Raises Rates, but Signals Slightly Milder Path of Future Increases