Monday, September 16, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Oil prices up 12% after attack on key Saudi oil facilities

[Reuters] Gold up 1% as attack on Saudi facilities boosts safe-haven assets

[Reuters] Wall Street hit by Saudi attacks; energy stocks temper losses

[Reuters] U.S. repo rates surge on tax payments, bond settlements

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields fall as soaring oil adds to global growth fears

[Reuters] Evidence points to Iranian hand in oil attack, says Saudi alliance, as prices soar

[CNBC] Oil prices could go much higher if there is a military escalation after Saudi attack

[Reuters] Attacks on Saudi oil facilities - what will it mean for consumers?

[Reuters] Moody's downgrades Hong Kong outlook to 'negative' as protests continue

[Bloomberg] Aramco to Face Weeks Without the Majority of Abqaiq’s Oil Output

[Bloomberg] Repo Market Chaos Signals Fed May Be Losing Control of Rates

[Bloomberg] Global Currency Trading Surges to $6.6 Trillion-A-Day Market

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Suggestion of Iran Strike Raises Bipartisan Alarm

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan’s Metals Desk Was a Criminal Enterprise, U.S. Says

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slips after Saudi attacks; energy stocks surge

[Reuters] Biggest oil price surge since 1991 as 'locked and loaded' U.S. points finger at Iran for attack

[Reuters] U.S. stock futures fall after Saudi oil attacks

[Reuters] China's slowdown deepens; industrial output growth falls to 17-1/2 year low

[Reuters] China's property investment growth at 4-month high in August

[Reuters] N.Y. Fed 'Empire State' business index falls in September

[USAT] UAW hourly workers hope for short strike against GM as strike begins

[AP] Johnson, Juncker hold Brexit talks; no visible breakthrough

[AP] India’s economy slows, stalling once thriving manufacturing

[Reuters] Hong Kong reopens after violent weekend of clashes and protests

[Bloomberg] Saudi Attacks Reveal Oil Supply Fragility in Asymmetric War

[Bloomberg] China’s Economy Slows Again, Adding Pressure for Policy Action

[NYT] The Fed Faces a Tough End to 2019 as Worries Cloud the Horizon

[WSJ] Trump Again Pressures the Federal Reserve in Wake of Saudi Attacks

[WSJ] Banks Warm to Mortgage Bonds That Burned Them in 2008

[WSJ] China’s Economy Aches All Over as Beijing Seeks Trade Fix With the U.S.

[WSJ] Saudi Officials Consider Delaying Aramco IPO

[FT] Fed wrestles with trade uncertainty ahead of second rate cut

[FT] Emerging market central banks most dovish since financial crisis