Sunday, April 14, 2019

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slips as big bank results disappoint

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. waters down demand China ax subsidies in push for trade deal - sources

[Reuter] U.S. to use all economic, political tools to hold Maduro accountable: Pompeo

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Sees Two Big Reasons Low Volatility Won't Last

[CNBC] Fed’s Charles Evans tells CNBC rates can stay unchanged into fall of 2020

[AP] Goldman profits fall 21% from year ago, hurt by trading

[Reuters] Worried a recession is coming, U.S. online lenders reduce risk

[Reuters] China central bank calls for more policy coordination to support growth

[Bloomberg] The $18 Billion Electric-Car Bubble at Risk of Bursting in China

[Bloomberg] El-Erian: What the Data Say About China and the Global Economy

[Reuters] U.S. denounces "coercion" as China conducts drills near Taiwan

[WSJ] Trump’s Fed Attacks Cast a Chill at Global Finance Gathering

[WSJ] The Daily Shot: China’s Credit Expansion Accelerates

[WSJ] Investors Handed an Oilman a ‘Blank Check’ Company. Here’s How It Turned Out.

[FT] Crunch time for Lighthizer as US-China talks near finish

[FT] ECB faces stimulus pressure over falling inflation outlook

[FT] Greek debt touches lowest yield since 2005

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares supported by global growth hopes, eyes on earnings

[Reuters] Trump, despite solid U.S. growth, says Fed should fire up crisis-era stimulus

[The Hill] Trump struggles to reshape Fed

[Bloomberg] Chinese Savers Keep Pouring Cash Into These Risky Investments

[FT] Trump tax changes raise fears the rich will flee New York

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St Week Ahead-Industrials' gains put to test as earnings ramp up

[Reuters] Mnuchin says hopes U.S.-China trade talks nearing 'final round'

[Reuters] As Trump pressures Powell, Wall Street gives Fed a passing grade

[Reuters] ECB's Draghi worried about Fed's independence

[Reuters] Would a political Fed rescue the world?

[Bloomberg] China to Maintain Prudent Monetary Policy, PBOC’s Chen Says

[NYT] As Fed Chief, Jerome Powell Navigates an Angry President and Turbulent Markets

[WSJ] Global Stock Rally Defies Dimming Economic Outlook

[FT] We have reached the end of the Franco-German love-in

[FT] Trump’s attacks on the Fed trigger global alarm