Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Wednesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Rebound From Bear Brink; Crude Rises: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Stocks higher after four sessions of sharp declines

[BloombergQ] Oil Rises After Breaching $50 as Market Chaos Cloaks OPEC+ Cuts

[Reuters] Fed chair’s job is not in jeopardy, White House economic adviser says

[Reuters] Trump praises Treasury Secretary Mnuchin but hits Fed again on rate rises

[CNBC] Trump digs in heels on government shutdown: ‘It’s not going to be open until we have a wall’

[BloombergQ] Home Price Gains in 20 U.S. Cities Slow for a Seventh Month

[AP] US home price growth slowed in October

[BloombergQ] $5.6 Trillion Asia Stock Loss Has Traders on Edge of Their Seats

[BloombergQ] China Studying Plans to Boost Bank Capital Amid Lending Push

[BloombergQ] Russia Warns U.S. Against Interfering in Saudi Royal Succession

[WSJ] Behind the Market Swoon: The Herdlike Behavior of Computerized Trading

[WSJ] Crypto Craze Drew Them In; Fraud, in Many Cases, Emptied Their Pockets

[WSJ] China’s Car Slump Leaves Foreign Auto Makers With Idle Factories

[WSJ] U.S. Holiday Retail Sales Are Strongest in Years, Early Data Show

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Dollar slips to four-month low vs. yen amid turmoil in Washington

[Reuters] 10-year JGB yield hits zero for first time since Sept 2017 as risk-off dominates

[Reuters] Japan's top currency official says govt ready to act to curb yen volatility

[WSJ] Bearing Down: With Bull Run in Jeopardy, Investors Find Few Havens