Saturday, March 30, 2019

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Fed policymakers do not want rate cuts, not even the doves

[Reuters] China March factory activity grows for first time in four months, but exports weak

[Reuters] UK's May risks "total collapse" of government in Brexit impasse - Sunday Times

[Reuters] China's services activity quickens in March: official PMI

[Bloomberg] The Bond Market Shuddered. Now We Find Out If That Was Justified

[Reuters] Trump cuts aid to Central American countries as migrant crisis deepens

[Reuters] Turks vote in local elections which could see Erdogan lose in big cities

[Reuters] Taiwan condemns Beijing after Chinese jets cross maritime line

[WSJ] ‘Fear of Missing Out’ Pushes Investors Toward Stocks

[WSJ] Debt Investors at a Crossroads as Fed Pivots

[WSJ] Global Deal-Making Gets Off to a Slow Start in 2019

Saturday's News Links

[Reuters] All Brexit options are on the table -UK Conservatives chair

[Reuters] U.S. investors seek comfort in flood of data

[Reuters] Exclusive: More than 1 million acres of U.S. cropland ravaged by floods

[Bloomberg] Brexit Descends Into Name-Calling, as Germany Derides U.K. Elite

[Bloomberg] Global Bond-Market Investors Are Getting Really Nervous

[Reuters] Exclusive: Trump eyeing stepped-up Venezuela sanctions for foreign companies - Bolton

[NYT] Lyft’s Shares Jump in Trading Debut, Cementing Rise of the Gig Economy

[WSJ] The 2019 IPO Frenzy Is Different From 1999. Really.