Sunday, July 28, 2019

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares guarded as investors count down to Fed

[Reuters] U.S., China move trade talks to Shanghai amid deal pessimism

[Reuters] EU must move faster to prepare for no-deal Brexit risk - CBI

[Reuters] Protesters clash in Hong Kong as cycle of violence intensifies

[Project Syndicate] Central Banks Should Forget About 2% Inflation

[Reuters] Trump's ambitious Fannie, Freddie overhaul faces hurdles

[Bloomberg] Fed Chair Jerome Powell Likes the Economy Hot

[Bloomberg] The Home of Ultra-Low Rates Has a Warning for the World

[Bloomberg] Consumer Boom and Producer Woes Show U.S. Economic Growth Divide

[FT] Shrinking Chinese car market sparks fears over foreign groups’ future

Sunday's News LInks

[Reuters] Wall St Week Ahead- RPT-Even if Fed cut is a given, Powell seen as wild card for stock market

[Reuters] Assuming EU will not budge, Britain ramps up preparations for no-deal Brexit

[Reuters] China will pursue forex reserves diversification in prudent way

[Reuters] Protesters mass in Hong Kong amid fears of growing cycle of violence

[Bloomberg] Get Ready for the World Economy’s Biggest Week of 2019

[Bloomberg] U.S.-China Talks Set to Resume as Neither Seems Eager for a Deal

[WSJ] U.S.-China Trade Talks Resume With Modest Expectations

[WSJ] With Stocks at Fresh Highs, Investors’ Portfolios Look Alike

[FT] Powell prepares to launch pivotal interest rate cut

[FT] Will the Fed go large with its interest rate cut?

[FT] ICBC becomes troubled Chinese bank’s top shareholder