Thursday, September 19, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Shares edge up after Fed rate cut, oil prices gain

[Reuters] U.S., Chinese trade deputies face off in Washington amid deep differences

[Reuters] U.S. building coalition after Saudi oil attack, Iran warns against war

[Bloomberg] The Repo Market’s a Mess. (What’s the Repo Market?)

[Bloomberg] The Fed Is Trapped in the Twilight Zone

[Bloomberg] Fed to Inject Cash for Fourth Day to Quell Funding Market Stress

[Bloomberg] Poor T-Bill Auctions Point to Investor Skepticism on Repo Market Calm

[FT] The story of China’s great corporate sell-off

[FT] Federal Reserve intervenes for third day to ease market strains

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares inch higher after Fed cut, BOJ keeps powder dry

[Reuters] U.S., Chinese trade deputies face off in Washington amid deep differences

[Reuters] BOJ keeps policy steady, signals chance of easing in October

[Reuters] Repo chaos tests Wall Street confidence in NY Fed's Williams

[Reuters] U.S. bankers seize on repo-market stress to push for softer liquidity rules

[Reuters] Trump sees many options short of war with Iran after attacks on Saudis

[Reuters] Iran warns against war as U.S. and Saudi weigh response to oil attack

[Bloomberg] Overnight Funding Rate Continues to Ease Before Fed Operation

[Bloomberg] China’s Mighty Trade Engine Is Stalling as Negotiators Seek Deal

[Bloomberg] While the Fed Has No 'Guts,' the PBOC Is on Steroids

[Bloomberg] Chinese Property Giants Could Regret Milking the Country’s Middle Class

[Bloomberg] Top Shadow Banker Calls Time on India’s Credit Crisis

[NYT] Wall Street Is Buzzing About Repo Rates. Here’s Why.

[WSJ] Bank Reserves: What Are They and Why a Shortage Is Roiling a Key Interest Rate

[WSJ] Fed Injects More Into Money Markets After Banks Bid Heavily for Funds

[WSJ] Repo Spike Signals Wrong Kind of Volatility