Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares stumble over Trump impeachment threat, China jibes

[CNBC] Higher interest rates send weekly mortgage applications tanking 10%

[AP] China rejects Trump criticism on trade

[CNBC] US-China cold war and rising protectionism could split world order

[Reuters] China says has no intent to play 'Game of Thrones' but warns on sovereignty

[Reuters] PM Johnson faces hostile parliament as Brexit chaos deepens

[Reuters] Asia seeks ways to cope with trade war's hit to China demand

[Reuters] BOJ board member says ready to ease again as risks grow

[Reuters] Timeline: Seven decades of Communist China

[AP] New climate report: Oceans rising faster, ice melting more

[Bloomberg] Unprofitable Companies Are Raising the Most IPO Cash Since the Dot-Com Era

[Bloomberg] Repo Turmoil Spawns Doubt Fed Is Targeting Right Interest Rate

[Bloomberg] Gold Gets Another Boost as U.S. Risks Strengthen Case for Havens

[Bloomberg] China’s Economy Struggling Across All Sectors, Beige Book Says

[Bloomberg] India Central Bank Denies Rumors of Bank Closures

[WSJ] China Taps Its Private Sector to Boost Its Military, Raising Alarms

[FT] Global debt surges to highest level in peacetime

[FT] US-China decoupling shifts into capital markets

[FT] China’s shadow banking industry roars back

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares edge lower as U.S. House readies Trump impeachment inquiry

[Reuters] Wall Street drops on Trump's trade comments, weak consumer data

[Reuters] U.S. quarter-end funding costs stay elevated

[Reuters] Oil falls 2% after Trump ratchets up U.S.-China trade war

[Reuters] U.S. consumer confidence falls in September, trade fears dominate

[Reuters] Fed adds longer-term cash to U.S. banking system

[Reuters] Trump criticizes China's trade practices at U.N., will not take 'bad deal'

[AP] US home prices rise at slowest pace in 7 years

[Reuters] Climate change poses credit risk as U.S. Midwest, Southeast heat up -Moody's

[Reuters] U.S. leads condemnation of China for 'horrific' repression of Muslims

[WSJ] Banks Flood the Fed With Demand for Two-Week Loans