Thursday, April 4, 2019

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks extend gains after job growth rebounds in March

[CNBC] Job market bounces back in March with 196,000 gain in payrolls

[Reuters] Trump says U.S-China trade deal may be reached in four weeks

[CNBC] ‘New consensus’ reached on US-China trade, says Chinese Vice Premier Liu He

[AP] Trump choice of Herman Cain for Fed board could face hurdles

[Reuters] Exclusive: Saudi Arabia threatens to ditch dollar oil trades to stop 'NOPEC' - sources

[Reuters] EU worries about recession risks in Italy, German slowdown

[Bloomberg] What Will Cause the Next Debt Crisis?

[WSJ] Trump Picks Herman Cain for Fed Seat

[WSJ] A First German ECB Chief? It Looks Increasingly Likely

[WSJ] Beijing’s Bank Bailout Better Be Bold

[FT] Central bank independence is as dead as vaudeville

[FT] China’s bond market is opening — but are the rating agencies ready?

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Dow advance with trade talks in focus

[Reuters] Trump says China trade talks going well, will only accept 'great' deal

[CNBC] Trump is reportedly set to nominate Herman Cain to the Fed

[Reuters] U.S. income inequality a 'national emergency': billionaire Ray Dalio

[CNBC] Home prices hit a new record, as higher-end listings dominate this spring’s market

[Reuters] Fed's Mester sees scope for U.S. rates to move 'a bit higher'

[FT] Tett: Weird things keep happening in the markets