Thursday, February 28, 2019

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street bounces as focus shifts to inflation, factory data

[CNBC] US personal income posts first drop in over three years

[Reuters] Growing China downdraft chills Asia factory activity

[Reuters] China's manufacturing activity shrinks again in February but at slower pace

[Reuters] Pompeo says world should have eyes wide open about Chinese tech risks

[CNBC] Ex-Fed's Dudley: Wall Street should stop blaming the central bank every time stocks drop

[Reuters] Fed's Powell: 'Muted' inflation gives room for wages to rise

[Reuters] Euro zone's triple-A bond drought persists after ECB steps away

[Reuters] China P2P lender Dianrong closing 60 stores, laying off 2,000 employees: source

[Bloomberg] Australian House Prices Provide Food for Doves and Hawks

[WSJ] Inside the Hottest Job Market in Half a Century

[WSJ] In This Oil Boom Town, Even a Barber Can Make $180,000

[WSJ] Hot ETF Play of 2019 Is Betting on Home Loans

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. stocks edge downward as Wall Street takes a pause

[Reuters] Trump warns he could abandon China trade deal as advisers tout progress

[Bloomberg] Homeownership Rate Hits an Almost 5-Year High as Gen-X Returns

[Reuters] Opaque world of Chinese state-linked debt unsettles bond investors

[FT] ECB hawks curb resistance to Draghi strategy as eurozone wobbles