Monday, April 8, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P gains capped as investors await earnings season

[CNBC] US crude hits 5-month high, settles at $64.40 a barrel as fighting threatens Libyan output

[Reuters] Dollar falls as global growth worries ease

[Reuters] Treasuries-Prices dip ahead of U.S. debt supply, Saudi Aramco in focus

[CNBC] Fed hits back over Trump claims that monetary ‘tightening’ is hurting the economy

[Reuters] U.S. consumer inflation expectations stable for the next year: survey

[Reuters] In unprecedented move, U.S. names Iran's Revolutionary Guards terrorist group

[Bloomberg] Turkish Banks Sweat Under Rising Pile of Debt Restructurings

[WSJ] Frackers, Chasing Fast Oil Output, Are on a Treadmill

[WSJ] Aramco Bond Sale Flies as Investor Orders Near $60 Billion

[FT] Investors should beware the behemoths rushing to market

[FT] Trump’s move on Iran’s Revolutionary Guard raises the temperature

[FT] China increases gold holdings for fourth straight month in March

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Investors hit pause as ECB and Brexit risks loom

[Reuters] Oil at 5-month highs amid OPEC-led supply cuts, U.S. sanctions

[Reuters] Gold scales one-week high as dollar slips, stocks rally pauses

[Reuters] U.S. home purchase sentiment rises to nine-month high: Fannie Mae

[Reuters] Midwest floods hammer U.S. ethanol industry, push some gasoline prices toward five-year high

[NYT] What’s at Risk if the Fed Becomes as Partisan as the Rest of Washington

[Bloomberg] ‘Moment of Truth’ Arrives for U.S. Stocks After Fed-Fueled Rally

[Bloomberg] El-Erian: A China-U.S. Trade Deal Could Be a Mere Cease-Fire

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Says Watch These Market Correlations for Warnings

[Bloomberg] Lira Falls as Erdogan Demands Probe of Istanbul Vote ‘Stealing’

[Bloomberg] China’s $1 Trillion Sovereign Wealth Fund Has Gone Quiet

[Reuters] Battle for Libya's capital rages, casualties mount

[WSJ] Yield-Hungry Investors Revive ‘Carry Trade’ in Emerging Markets

[WSJ] Big Retail Property Buyer Feels the Sting of Manhattan Slump

[FT] Hedge fund Renaissance pulls back on hunt for market trends