Thursday, September 26, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street dips as whistleblower report adds to investor caution

[Reuters] China's top diplomat says Beijing willing to buy more U.S. products

[AP] Census: Inequality grew, including in heartland states

[Reuters] Mexico central bank cuts rate, more reductions on the horizon

[Bloomberg] Repo Meltdown Shows Budget Deficit Has Limits

[FT] The repo crisis is a warning signal in the financial system

[WSJ] IPO Market Takes a Punch as Peloton Slides, Endeavor Cuts Range

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street drops as turmoil in Washington outweighs trade optimism

[MarketWatch] U.S. trade deficit in goods widens slightly in August

[AP] US economy grew at modest 2% rate in second quarter

[Reuters] U.S. business investment much weaker in second-quarter than previously estimated

[Reuters] U.S. pending home sales rise more than expected in August

[Reuters] Dallas Fed's Kaplan says global economy 'fragile' but U.S. will 'skate through'

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Sanctions Chinese Shipping Companies for Iran Oil Dealings

[Reuters] ECB's Lautenschlaeger says resigning was best course of action: email

[Reuters] Brexit 'inferno' lays bare a divided United Kingdom

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda warns of overseas risks, signals readiness to adjust policy

[Bloomberg] Fed Should Buy $250 Bln in Treasuries, Ex-Officials Suggest

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Money Supply Grows at Fastest Pace Since 2009

[Bloomberg] Korean Investors Lose 98.1% in German-Rate Bets Gone Very Wrong

[WSJ] Big Banks Loom Over Fed Repo Efforts

[WSJ] Many Manufacturers’ Ups and Downs Have Little to Do With Trump

[FT] Banks snap up $60bn in two-week loans in latest Fed operation

[FT] ‘German problem’ at ECB exposed by Lautenschl√§ger departure

[FT] India is slow to fix banking and finance system’s ‘messed-up gearbox’