Monday, January 7, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks stay strong as Europe shrugs off Samsung warning

[Reuters] More U.S. regions see job openings outnumbering jobless

[AP] No word on progress after 2nd day of China-US trade talks

[CNBC] Sears plans to shutter after 126 years in business as Chairman Eddie Lampert’s bid fails

[CNBC] Apple’s China warning is a ‘canary in the coal mine,’ says expert Stephen Roach

[Reuters] Trump renews dig at Fed, expresses longing for lower interest rates

[Reuters] S&P downgrades PG&E ratings to 'junk' status

[CNBC] China’s current GDP growth is likely less than 6 percent, economist says

[Reuters] German growth worries mount as industrial output plunges

[Reuters] Supply avalanche keeps upward pressure on euro zone bond yields

[FT] Donald Trump and Xi Jinping face off in global trade war

[FT] Triple-B movie: ‘Big Short’ star fears for debt-laden companies

[FT] Erdogan: US made ‘serious error’ in push against Kurdish offensive

[Bloomberg] Three Reasons Trump’s Trade War Will Become a Pain for the U.S. Economy

[BloombergQ] Samsung Feels Apple's Pain as Technology Slowdown Hits Sales

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Amazon, Netflix help Wall Street build on rally

[CNBC] Investors flee stock and bond funds in record numbers amid equity panic in December

[Reuters] U.S., China can reach trade deal 'we can live with': U.S. Commerce secretary

[Reuters] Fed's Bostic sees one U.S. interest rate hike this year

[CNBC] More Americans think it’s a bad time to buy a home

[WSJ] As U.S. Footprint Shrinks, Others Happily Fill the Void

[WSJ] WSJ Investigation: China Offered to Bail Out Troubled Malaysian Fund In Return for Deals