Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks steady before Fed as Apple relief offsets Brexit complications

[Reuters] Fed likely to hold rates steady as it navigates data blind spots

[Reuters] U.S., China launch high level trade talks amid deep differences

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Likely to Hold Rates Steady

[WSJ] As China Trade Talks Begin, Trump Faces Pressure to Make a Deal

[WSJ] Trump Won’t Act Alone to Get Fannie, Freddie Out of Government Control

[FT] China’s slowdown is of its own doing

[FT] S&P route into China’s $12tn bond market faces perils

[Bloomberg] Powell to Stress Fed Patience on Rate Hikes: Decision Day Guide

[Bloomberg] U.S. and China Are Talking Some More, But Deal Prospects Are Still Slim

[Bloomberg] Fed's Big Balance Sheet Wind-Down May Be Halfway Complete

[Bloomberg] At Least 20 Companies in China Issued Profit Warnings in One Day

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street wavers as tech gives ground and industrials rebound

[Reuters] U.S. consumer morale at one-and-a-half year-low; house price gains slow

[AP] 3 things to watch for from the Federal Reserve on Wednesday

[AP] China-US row over tech giant Huawei overshadows trade talks

[Reuters] Another shutdown spells deeper pain for U.S. economy: Moody's

[CNBC] More cracks are appearing in the market for loans that helped cause the financial crisis

[Reuters] U.S. warns of 'serious consequences' after Venezuela moves against Guaido

[WSJ] What Could Go Wrong With the Fed on Hold

[WSJ] China and Russia, Aligned More Closely, Seen as Chief Security Threat to U.S.