Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street lifted by benign economic data, gains in Boeing

[Reuters] U.S. producer prices rise less than expected in February

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders post biggest gain in six months

[Reuters] U.S. construction spending posts biggest increase in nine months

[Reuters] U.S. mortgage applications rise as loan costs fall

[AP] More nations ground Boeing 737 Max 8s after Ethiopia crash

[CNBC] Jeffrey Gundlach says the stock market was and still is in a bear market

[Reuters] Brexit crisis deepens as lawmakers to vote on no-deal exit

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Peg Defense Hits $692 Million as Weakness Persists

[Bloomberg] As Fed Ponders a New Lever, Here's Wall Street's View

[Bloomberg] Quant Funds Hit By Misfiring Strategies

[Reuters] Party on: Real estate booms in cradle of China's Communist revolution

[CNBC] Jeffrey Gundlach says the theory of unlimited deficit spending is a ‘crackpot idea’

[CNBC] Every option on the table to deliver democracy to Venezuela, Sec of State Pompeo says

[WSJ] America’s Undersea Battle With China for Control of the Global Internet Grid

[WSJ] How GE Built Up and Wrote Down $22 Billion in Assets

[WSJ] Navy, Industry Partners Are ‘Under Cyber Siege’ by Chinese Hackers, Review Asserts

[FT] Donald Trump’s trade chief warns that China talks could fail

[FT] China tells banks to increase lending to small businesses

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P, Nasdaq rise on tame inflation data; Dow felled by Boeing

[Reuters] Treasuries-Yields fall after benign U.S. inflation data, Brexit woes

[BBC] Brexit: MPs reject Theresa May's deal by 149 votes

[Reuters] No more talks planned with EU on Brexit for now - May's spokesman

[Reuters] U.S. trade representative hopes U.S., China in final weeks of talks

[CNBC] Global debt is up 50% over the past decade, but S&P still says next crisis won't be as bad

[Reuters] Venezuela gives U.S. diplomats 72 hours to leave, blames Trump for blackout