Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slightly higher, focus shifts to Fed minutes

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices post biggest increase in 14 months

[Reuters] U.S. mortgage applications retreat from 2-1/2 year peak

[Reuters] ECB keeps easy policy unchanged amid spreading global gloom

[Reuters] EU to agree Brexit delay but France pushes for conditions

[Reuters] Global financial stability risks still on the rise, IMF says

[CNBC] American savers lost an estimated $500 billion due to low interest rates since the financial crisis

[Reuters] Exclusive: Uber plans to sell around $10 billion worth of stock in IPO - sources

[Bloomberg] Trump Has a Message for the World: My Trade Wars Aren't Over Yet

[Bloomberg] U.S. Sends Warship Carrying Fighter Jets to Disputed Sea in Signal to China

[Reuters] Thousands flee Tripoli homes as battle rages on outskirts

[NYT] Trump’s Dangerous Obsession With the Markets

[WSJ] Fed to Review Inflation Targeting, Policy Tools and Communications

[WSJ] Fed to Release Meeting Minutes: What to Watch

[WSJ] The Long Bull Market Has Failed to Fix Public Pensions

[FT] ECB’s lending operations fail to ignite bank lending

[FT] Corporate debt levels risk amplifying economic fragility, says IMF

[FT] IMF warns on risk of rapid exit from emerging market assets

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