Friday, February 8, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P, Nasdaq edge higher as earnings offset trade fears

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade talks resume next week, focus on intellectual property

[CNBC] Trade war headlines could get much worse before they get better as the US looks to Europe

[Reuters] New Illinois governor eyes larger FY 2020 budget hole

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. in direct contact with Venezuelan military, urging defections - source

[FT] Global economy: Why central bankers blinked

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Darkening 'global economic skies' pull stocks lower

[Reuters] As growth fears mount, German Bund yield lurches towards zero percent

[Reuters] Oil falls on economic slowdown, but OPEC output cuts offer some support

[CNBC] The US and China don't even have a trade deal draft yet as deadline approaches

[AP] China-US tariff concerns stalk markets once again

[CNBC] Trump is reportedly expected to ban Chinese telecommunication equipment from US networks

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. considers withdrawal of zero tariffs for India - sources

[MarketWatch] How the European economy is raising fresh global growth fears

[Reuters] Investors pump record amounts of cash in emerging markets: BAML

[Reuters] Japan's modest household spending, wages growth point to fragile outlook

[FT] How London won the race for the renminbi

[FT] Why regulators need to worry about non-bank runs

[Bloomberg] Growth Angst Infects Every Corner of the World and Bonds Love It

[Bloomberg] The Stock Market Finally Acknowledges Reality

[Bloomberg] NYC Home Market to Face Glut After 2018 Sellers Found Few Takers