Thursday, March 7, 2019

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St drops on paltry jobs growth, global slowdown worries

[Reuters] Growth fears, China equity plunge haunts world stocks

[CNBC] Shanghai shares drop 4 percent as China's February trade data disappoints

[Kitco] Gold Prices Jump After U.S. Created 20K Jobs In February

[Reuters] Oil drops more than 3 percent as economic outlook weakens, U.S. supply surges

[Reuters] U.S. economy creates paltry 20,000 jobs in February

[AP] US housing starts climbed 18.6% in January

[Reuters] Trump says U.S. will do 'very well' with or without a trade deal with China

[Reuters] Trump won't accept a bad trade deal with China: White House adviser

[Reuters] Worst start to year for equity flows since 2008: BAML

[Reuters] China February exports tumble the most in three years, slowdown worries deepen

[Reuters] Senior China diplomat says China-U.S. trade talks have made substantive progress

[Reuters] China punishes lenders for channeling money into stocks: state media

[Reuters] 'Pervasive uncertainty' pushes top central banks to patient stance

[Reuters] ECB's Draghi surprised colleagues with bold stimulus plans: sources

[CNBC] US tech firms fear China could be spying on them using power cords, report says

[Bloomberg] History Could Doom U.S.-China Trade Deal

[Bloomberg] The Fed and ECB Confront a New Normal That Looks a Lot Like Japan's

[Reuters] Eight years on, water woes threaten Fukushima cleanup

[NYT] Chinese Officials Becoming Wary of a Quick Trade Deal

[WSJ] U.S.-China Trade Deal Isn’t Imminent So No Summit Date Set, Envoy Says

[WSJ] Slow Growth Prods Central Banks

[WSJ] On Tech Bubble Anniversary, Be Wary of New Corporate Giants

[WSJ] Wall Street Votes to Support Single Bond for Fannie, Freddie

[FT] How Italy’s ruling class has warmed to China investments

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] ECB move sends stocks lower; dollar climbs

[CNBC] US households see biggest decline in net worth since the financial crisis

[AP] Consumer borrowing up in January with credit card rebound

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. SEC scrutinizes fairness of stock exchange pricing

[WSJ] ECB Reverses Course With New Stimulus Measures

[FT] Will the ECB ever be able to abandon monetary stimulus?