Sunday, January 20, 2019

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stock markets falter after China data, Brexit Plan B awaited

[Reuters] Oil rises to 2019 highs on strong China demand despite economic slowdown

[AP] At 30-day mark, shutdown logjam remains over border funding

[CNBC] China says its economy grew 6.6 percent in 2018. That’s the lowest official pace in 28 years

[Reuters] China's Dec property investment slows in sign of fatigue for key GDP driver

[Reuters] China should boost banks' active support for economy: central bank official

[CNBC] IMF says the global economic expansion is losing momentum as it cuts growth forecasts

[Reuters] Global FDI skids 19 percent on Trump tax reform, may rebound in 2019 - U.N.

[Reuters] Government credit ratings in the developing world face another turbulent year

[Reuters] Erdogan: Turkey is ready to take over Syria's Manbij

[Reuters] Israeli military strikes Iranian targets in Syria

[WSJ] China Annual Economic Growth Rate Is Slowest Since 1990

[FT] Chinese corporate bond defaults hit record high, Fitch says

[FT] Debt machine: are risks piling up in leveraged loans?

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia holds breath for China data, Brexit news

[Reuters] Oil dips on weak economic outlook, but OPEC-led cuts support

[Reuters] Japan manufacturers' mood slips to two-year low: Reuters Tankan

[Reuters] Gap between rich and poor growing, fuelling global anger: Oxfam

[NYT] China’s Slowdown Looms Just as the World Looks for Growth

[WSJ] White House, Democrats Float Proposals to End Shutdown, but Wide Gaps Remain