Thursday, March 7, 2019

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?

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street falls on losses in bank stocks after ECB announces stimulus

[CNBC] European stocks close lower after ECB trims growth forecast

[Reuters] Euro dips after ECB pushes out rate hike and offers new bank loans

[Reuters] ECB pushes out rate hike and offers new loans to banks

[Reuters] Federal Reserve scraps 'qualitative' test for U.S. banks in 2019 stress tests

[Bloomberg] Trump Wants a China Deal and a Stocks Rally. He May Not Get Both

[Bloomberg] Powell’s Pause Won’t Last If Services Gauge Is Any Guide

[Reuters] China says higher 2019 budget deficit will spur growth, won't open floodgates

[Reuters] In sensitive year for China, warnings against 'erroneous thoughts'

[WSJ] Regulators Move to Ease Crisis-Era Levers Over Financial Firms

[WSJ] Is Chinese Quantitative Easing On the Way?

[FT] ECB unveils fresh bank stimulus amid rising eurozone gloom

[FT] Why macro hedge funds keep praying for a return of volatility