Monday, March 18, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street higher as Fed expected to hold fire

[Bloomberg] These Risky U.S. Loans Are Adored by Japanese Investors

[Bloomberg] Australian Housing Slide Deepens as RBA Worries About Consumers

[Bloomberg] The World’s Richest Countries Are Full of Anxious, Alienated People

[Reuters] Pakistan tells China of 'deteriorating situation' in Indian Kashmir

[WSJ] Fed Faces Crucial Decision on Mix of Treasurys in Its Portfolio

[WSJ] Trump Administration Proposes Borrowing Limits for Some Student Loans

[WSJ] Bitcoin Is in the Dumps, Spreading Gloom Over Crypto World

[FT] May warns UK faces ‘crisis’ following Bercow ruling

[FT] Hong Kong spends almost $1bn in March to defend currency

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. advances ahead of Fed policy meeting

[Reuters] Oil prices hover near 2019 highs as OPEC supply cuts support

[AP] Fed set to signal no expectation of rate hikes anytime soon

[Reuters] May's Brexit deal in chaos as Speaker sparks 'constitutional crisis'

[Reuters] Merkel hopes euro zone inflation hits target so ECB can hike rates

[CNBC] Jamie Dimon says we’ve split the US economy, leaving the poor behind

[Bloomberg] Bundesbank Gives Up on First-Quarter Economic Rebound in Germany

[Bloomberg] Key ECB Stimulus Tool Is Put on Trial for Creating Problems

[FT] The Fed has exacerbated America’s new housing bubble