Monday, March 11, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] S&P, Nasdaq extend gains after inflation data

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices post first rise in four months

[Reuters] China may increase tolerance for small firms' bad loans-Securities Times

[Reuters] Brexit hangs in the balance as parliament to vote on May's tweaked deal

[Reuters] U.S. transport chief: 'tight time frame' for $1 trillion infrastructure boost

[AP] Trump proposes record spending, trillion-dollar deficit

[AP] Highlights of Trump’s $4.7 trillion budget request

[Bloomberg] Fear of Trump Walking on Xi Haunts China as Trade Talks Near End

[Bloomberg] What China's $30 Trillion Credit Pile Doesn’t Tell You

[Bloomberg] India’s Inflation Quickens as Focus Shifts to April Rate Cut

[AP] Chaos spreads in Venezuela after days without power

[FT] Emerging markets face a new debt crisis; Chinese lending is not the only cause

[FT] China doubles down on gold in shift away from dollar

[FT] Why ‘Japanification’ looms for the sluggish eurozone

Monday Evening Links

[CNBC] Asia markets rise; pound jumps as Theresa May secures Brexit concession

[Reuters] Wall Street climbs with tech; Boeing off day's lows

[AP] Boeing’s stock takes a hit as more Max 8 planes are grounded

[Reuters] Treasuries-U.S. yields up as risk appetite rises; focus on more supply

[BBC] Brexit: We have secured what MPs asked for, says May

[Bloomberg] Sum of All U.S. Credit Fears Sinks to Almost Five-Year Low

[Bloomberg] U.S. Inflation Expectations Slide Amid Heightened Focus From Fed

[AP] The Latest: Budget official defends economic forecast

[CNBC] Why rising wages could push the Fed toward more rate hikes yet

[Reuters] China may increase tolerance for small firms' bad loans-Securities Times

[Reuters] Venezuelan blackout hits oil exports, residents scramble for food

[WSJ] White House Proposes $4.7 Trillion Budget for Fiscal 2020

[WSJ] Deutsche Bank’s Arranged Marriage Gets Shove From ECB

[FT] Turkey's recession has been a long time coming

[FT] Theresa May is truly cornered this time