Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street treads water after mixed earnings; Netflix in focus

[Reuters] U.S. yields climb to 4-week peaks as risk appetite improves

[Reuters] Italian bond yields jump after Bank of Italy's deficit warning

[Reuters] White House talking to other possible Fed candidates: Kudlow

[Reuters] U.S. manufacturing mired in soft patch in first quarter

[Reuters] Haftar's push for Libyan capital stirs international rifts

[Bloomberg] Larry Kudlow Says ‘Very Good Progress’ Being Made in China Talks

[FT] Equivalent of doping? Private equity takes juicing the numbers to the next level

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks approach new highs on positive earnings, economic data

[Reuters] U.S. manufacturing output flat as auto production falls

[Reuters] China's home prices rise faster in March aided by policy support

[Reuters] Will upbeat economic data make China tap the brakes on monetary easing?

[Reuters] China's policy stimulus may worsen economic distortions: OECD

[Reuters] Fed's Rosengren says central bank should target an inflation range

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda vows to patiently continue current monetary stimulus

[Reuters] Several ECB policymakers doubt projected growth rebound: sources

[AP] Crutsinger: Mnuchin says Fed independence is important globally

[Reuters] Turkey's finance minister met with White House aide Kushner on Monday - source

[Reuters] Taiwan president says island not intimidated by Chinese military drills

[Bloomberg] China Home Price Growth Accelerates as Credit Makes Comeback

[Bloomberg] China’s Not Doing Global Markets Any Favors

[WSJ] When Central Banks Try to Fix What They Break

[WSJ] Finance’s Top Earners Don’t Work at a Bank

[FT] There is no need for the Fed to step on the gas  

[FT] China’s stimulus: not like it used to be

[FT] Spain’s far-right Vox party surges ahead of election

[FT] Splintered Libor transition raises risks for banks