Monday, January 28, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street higher after latest batch of earnings

[Reuters] Gold reaches seven-month high as stocks, dollar struggle

[Reuters] Powell faces early reckoning on Fed's $4-trillion question

[Reuters] PG&E, owner of biggest US power utility, files for bankruptcy

[CNBC] Home prices rise at a slower pace: S&P Case-Shiller

[Reuters] Mnuchin says Huawei case 'separate' from U.S.-China trade talks

[AP] China tells US to stop ‘unreasonable crackdown’ on Huawei

[Reuters] Exclusive: PG&E to tap restructuring chief in final bankruptcy preparations - sources

[NYT] Trump’s Shutdown Surrender Adds Pressure to Secure China Trade Win

[WSJ] Big Divides Remain as U.S.-China Trade Talks Resume

[WSJ] Plain-Spoken Fed Chairman Sometimes Leaves Markets Confused

[WSJ] Cooling Housing Market Prompts Closer Scrutiny of Some Lenders

[WSJ] Chinese Exiting U.S. Real Estate as Beijing Directs Money Back to Shore Up Economy

[WSJ] Emerging-Markets Rally Leaves Asian Bonds Behind

[FT] Federal Reserve seeks to be steadier guide after market squalls

[FT] China ‘rebalances’ overseas lending on debt burden concerns

[FT] US-China trade talks to resume as tariff deadline looms

[FT] Worrying signals from the US housing market

[FT] How online platforms shook small-business lending in America

[Bloomberg] Trump to Wade Into China Trade Talks as U.S. Targets Huawei

[Bloomberg] The Dark Case for Both QE, QT Being Bad. And Treasuries as Haven

[Bloomberg] Australia Firms See Worst Slump in Conditions Since Financial Crisis

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia shares slip as China's Huawei in legal hot water; focus on Sino-U.S. talks

[Reuters] Wall Street rattled by Caterpillar, Nvidia warnings

[Reuters] U.S.' Mnuchin says expects progress in China trade talks

[Reuters] U.S. unseals indictments against China's Huawei and CFO Wanzhou

[Reuters] U.S. sanctions Venezuelan state oil firm, escalating pressure on Maduro

[CNBC] China accuses US of a ‘blatant breach’ of trade policy in WTO meeting

[Reuters] U.S. officials to announce China-related enforcement on Monday

[Reuters] Caterpillar, Nvidia sound alarm on China impact

[Reuters] China brings U.S. tariff dispute to WTO, berates Washington for blocking judges

[Bloomberg] China Weakness Spreads Far and Wide, From Caterpillar to Nvidia

[Bloomberg] U.S. Treasury Set to Borrow $1 Trillion for a Second Year to Finance the Deficit

[Bloomberg] Draghi Doesn't See Need for More Stimulus to Combat Growth Woes