Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street drops on U.S. trade tensions with EU, IMF global outlook

[Reuters] Trump's Fed picks draw political fire as they angle for the job

[Reuters] Wall Street bull run hinges on earnings

[Reuters] U.S. job openings hit 11-month low; quits rate stagnates

[CNBC] The US could be locked in a ‘Forever Trade War’ that no one sees coming

[Reuters] U.S. shale producers turn to jobs cuts as investor pressures mount

[Reuters] Aramco sells $12 billion bonds out of record $100 billion demand

[Bloomberg] China Home Sales Rebound in March

[Bloomberg] Italy's Government Forecast Has the Economy Effectively Stagnating This Year

[NYT] China, a Major Bitcoin Source, Considers Moving Against It

[FT] New York’s property market slows

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Global share rally cools as U.S. turns up trade heat on Europe

[Reuters] Gold holds near one-week high on subdued dollar, equities

[Reuters] Trump slams EU in aircraft dispute, pushes tariffs on $11 billion of imports

[Reuters] Europe slams ‘exaggerated’ US tariff threat and prepares to retaliate

[Reuters] U.S. 'not satisfied yet' in China trade talks: White House official

[CNBC] IMF cuts 2019 growth outlook again, says risks are ‘skewed to the downside’

[Reuters] Theresa May to ask Merkel and Macron for Brexit delay

[CNBC] Italy has a $26 billion hole to fix. And it could mean another battle with the EU

[CNBC] 75,000 more stores need to close across the US, UBS estimates, as online sales and Amazon grow

[Reuters] Battle rages for Libya's capital, airport bombed

[Reuters] Iranian Guards commander tells U.S. Navy warships to keep distance: ISNA

[WSJ] House Flipping Is Back to Pre-Crisis Levels. Here’s Why It’s Less of a Concern.

[FT] Loan demand growth stalls among eurozone businesses

[FT] Italy’s foreign debt investors risk rekindling volatility

[FT] Argentina’s borrowing costs rise as yields hit new highs

[WSJ] U.S. Moves to Impose Tariffs on $11 Billion of EU Goods