Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street gives up gains on news of troubled trade talks

[CNBC] Trade talks are in final stages, but there is still fear China may walk back concessions: Reports

[Bloomberg] Some U.S. Officials See China Walking Back Trade Pledges

[Reuters] US-China plan new trade talks for deal by end of April: WSJ

[Reuters] Q&A: Federal Reserve likely to disappoint policy doves - Weeden strategist

[Reuters] French finance minister cuts 2019 growth forecast to 1.4 percent

[Reuters] Canada sees 20 percent jump in bond issuance as deficit climbs

[Bloomberg] Sydney Apartments Pose Financial Stability Risks, RBA Says

[Reuters] U.S.-Russia talks on Venezuela stall over role of Maduro

[WSJ] U.S., China Plan New Trade Talks in Hopes for Deal by End of April

[FT] China banks face huge capital hole as stimulus spurs lending

[FT] FX market volatility at its lowest level since 2014

[FT] Tett: A transatlantic front opens in the Brexit battle over derivatives

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