Sunday, September 8, 2019

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks gain on stimulus hopes, pound hits six-week high

[Reuters] Oil rises as Saudi Arabia signals OPEC cuts to continue under new energy minister

[Reuters] Ireland warns PM Johnson: no-backstop equals no-deal Brexit

[Reuters] Time for shock and awe: Five questions for the ECB

[Reuters] Mnuchin considering U.S. sanctions over Turkey's S-400 purchase

[Reuters] China will not tolerate attempts to separate Hong Kong from China: state media

[Reuters] Exclusive: Germany mulls shadow budget to circumvent strict debt rules: sources

[CNBC] ‘Gold is the way to go’ as interest rates fall, says Mark Mobius

[Reuters] Iran moves toward enriching uranium with advanced centrifuges: IAEA

[Bloomberg] Chinese Exporters Get a Taste of the Misery to Come

[Bloomberg] China Has Added Nearly 100 Tons of Gold to Its Reserves

[Bloomberg] Japan Boosts CLO Scrutiny as Banks Buy Risky Assets

[Bloomberg] How Hong Kong’s Sky-High Home Prices Feed the Unrest

[FT] Draghi under pressure to deliver fresh stimulus package

[FT] Global bond bull run has reached historic levels

Sunday Evening Links

[CNBC] China’s exports to the US are falling sharply as Trump escalates the trade war

[Reuters] UK PM prepares plan to legally stop Brexit extension: The Telegraph

[WSJ] China Says Growth Is Fine. Private Data Show a Sharper Slowdown.

[FT] The global risk brewing in Japan’s ailing local banks

Sunday's News Links

[AP] China’s trade with US shrinks as tariff war worsens

[Reuters] China's August exports unexpectedly shrink as U.S. shipments slump

[Reuters] Sticking to Brexit plan, UK's Johnson will not seek a delay

[Reuters] Hong Kong police fire tear gas as clashes erupt after thousands appeal to Trump

[Bloomberg] ‘Super Mario’ Draghi Set to Ride Again: Global Economy Week

[Bloomberg] Embattled Johnson Proceeds With Brexit Plan Amid Tory Turmoil

[Bloomberg] World’s Worst Bad-Loan Mess Set to Worsen on India’s Cash Crunch

[WSJ] China’s Trade Numbers Send More Distress Signals

[WSJ] High Debt Levels Are Weighing on Economies

[FT] Mario Draghi prepared to pass on the baton at the ECB