Sunday, March 17, 2019

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street lifted by tech stocks; Boeing drags on Dow

[Reuters] Boeing shares fall again after probe report into FAA approval of 737 MAX

[CNBC] Homebuilder sentiment holds steady despite a decline in mortgage rates

[Reuters] Brexit boost for May as rebel Rees-Mogg signals he could back her

[Reuters] Japan's exports slump again on weak external demand, puts BOJ on notice

[Bloomberg] Federal Reserve and Friends to Sound Dovish: Global Economy Week

[Bloomberg] China’s Banks Have a Hidden Wave of Bad Debt

[Bloomberg] BOJ Gets Extra Innings Just to Hit a Single

[WSJ] Fed Officials Wrestle With a ‘Dot Plot’ Dilemma

[FT] EM exuberance is back

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia shares, bonds buoyed as Fed seen dovish

[Reuters] Why Germany wants a merger to underpin Deutsche Bank

[Reuters] India, Pakistan threatened to unleash missiles at each other: sources

[NYT] Trade Fight With China Enters Overtime, With Tariffs a Costly Sticking Point

[WSJ] Many S&P 500 CEOs Got a Raise in 2018 That Lifted Their Pay to $1 Million a Month

[FT] Will the Federal Reserve provide clarity on its bond holdings?

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Fed looks to avoid crossed signals at policy meeting

[Reuters] Under pressure, Britain's May scrambles to win support for Brexit deal

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank go public on merger talks

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Rate Projections Could Show Greater Confidence in Extended Pause

[WSJ] Market Rebound Reaches Crossroads After Latest Rally