Sunday, April 7, 2019

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia shares underpinned by U.S. job news, China stimulus

[Reuters] Oil hits November 2018 highs amid OPEC supply cuts, U.S. sanctions

[Reuters] Eastern Libyan forces conduct air strikes on Tripoli as U.N. fails to reach truce

[NY Post] Federal Reserve nominee Stephen Moore wants to cut interest rates

[Asian Age] Across Asia, populism & democracy is on test

[Bloomberg] India's Cash Crunch Is Weighing on Financial Health of Companies

[FT] Global economy enters ‘synchronised slowdown’

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St Week Ahead-RPT-Big banks to report Q1 results with lowered expectations

[Reuters] New NAFTA deal 'in trouble', bruised by elections, tariff rows

[Reuters] Cain nomination for Federal Reserve seat 'still stands': Mulvaney

[Reuters] Compromise? Time ticking down for Britain to come to Brexit agreement

[AP] What next? Some scenarios for UK as Brexit crisis unfolds

[Reuters] China to step up bank reserve ratio cuts to help small firms: state media

[Bloomberg] Tripoli Government's Promise of Counterattack Raises Oil Jitters

[Bloomberg] China Is on a Big Gold-Buying Spree

[Bloomberg] Inflated Credit Scores Leave Investors in the Dark on Real Risks

[Washington Post] How regulators, Republicans and big banks fought for a big increase in lucrative but risky corporate loans

[Reuters] Haftar forces conduct air strike on Tripoli as U.N. calls for truce

[WSJ] Corporate Profit Squeeze Looms, Threatening Stocks’ Climb

[WSJ] Spending Battle Clouds Outlook for U.S. Growth

[FT] Donald Trump’s demands add to Federal Reserve interest rate headaches

[FT] What did the Federal Reserve see that investors did not?