Monday, April 29, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street pauses after record run as Alphabet tumbles

[AP] Fed likely to underscore a message: No rates hikes in 2019

[CNBC] Home prices continued to grow at a slower rate in February: S&P Case-Shiller

[Reuters] U.S. pending home sales rise in March

[Reuters] U.S. labor costs increase moderately in first quarter

[Reuters] China April factory growth unexpectedly slows as economy struggles for traction

[Reuters] Growth in China's services activity slows in April: official PMI

[CNBC] Euro zone growth beats expectations as Italy edges out of recession

[Reuters] Canada economy unexpectedly shrinks in Feb, mining and rail transport weaker

[Reuters] German inflation accelerates to 2.1 pct in April, exceeding ECB target

[Reuters] Guards repel assault on Libya's biggest oilfield as Tripoli battle rages

[Reuters] China's Xi appeals to youth patriotism on centenary of student protests

[Reuters] Venezuela’s Guaido says troops join him for coup; government says it is firmly in control

[Bloomberg] Warning Signs Are Flashing in China's Stock Market After Surge

[Bloomberg] China Triple Whammy Sees Stocks, Bonds, Yuan All Sink in April

[Bloomberg] History Haunts Emerging Markets on Turkey-Contagion Anniversary

[NYT] How Will the Fed Fight the Next Recession? It’s Trying to Figure That Out Right Now

[WSJ] Inflation Is Likely to Fuel Discussion as Fed Officials Meet

[FT] Turkey’s reliance on credit sends warning to other nations

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street climbs as tame inflation data supports dovish Fed

[Reuters] Argentina's peso rises after central bank signals more dollar sales

[CNBC] The Fed is looking at a new program that could be another version of ‘quantitative easing’

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending roars back, but inflation tame

[Reuters] Strong U.S. growth, weak inflation leave Fed stuck happily on hold

[AP] Pelosi, Schumer tell Trump infrastructure needs ‘massive’

[CNBC] San Francisco Bay Area home prices fall for the first time in 7 years

[Bloomberg] One in Seven Homes in Japan Is Empty