Sunday, January 27, 2019

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street drops more than 1 percent on Caterpillar, Nvidia warnings

[CNBC] Caterpillar stock skids after the company’s earnings, forecast fall short of expectations

[Reuters] Gold hovers near $1,300 as investors await Fed meet, trade talks

[Reuters] Explainer: Key Issues, implications of U.S.-China trade talks

[CNBC] Trump tells WSJ another government shutdown is ‘certainly an option’

[CNBC] US-China trade war: A stable deal with a strategic adversary is an elusive quest

[CNBC] JP Morgan’s co-president says more market meltdowns like December’s rout are coming

[Reuters] Iranian commander threatens Israel's destruction if it attacks: state TV

[WSJ] Trump Skeptical He Would Accept Any Congressional Border Deal

[WSJ] A $4 Trillion Scapegoat for Market Volatility: the Fed’s Shrinking Portfolio

[WSJ] Manufacturers Take a Sales Hit in China

[FT] Specialist loan vehicles lure yield-hungry investors

[Bloomberg] China’s Banks Are Desperate for Capital

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks rise after U.S. government reopens for now

[Reuters] Gold prices hold above $1,300 on U.S. rate pause hopes

[Reuters] Oil prices fall on rising U.S. rig count, economic slowdown

[Reuters] As nations turn against Maduro, Venezuela leader parades with military

[Bloomberg] Here Are Three Scenarios for U.S.-China Trade Talks This Week

[Bloomberg] Fitch Warns More Emerging Markets Face Downgrades This Year

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St Week Ahead-Consumer confidence in focus as shutdown fears fade

[AP] UK PM May faces bruising week with Brexit challenges

[BBC] Trudeau fires Canada's ambassador to China amid Huawei controversy

[Reuters] French 'yellow vests' defy Macron again in tense protests

[NYT] America Pushes Allies to Fight Huawei in New Arms Race With China

[WSJ] Manufacturers Take a Sales Hit in China

[FT] Will the Fed stick to its new script?

[FT] Another tech bubble could be about to burst

[FT] US regional banks show robust business lending