Monday, September 30, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street drops sharply as manufacturing contracts again

[Reuters] Oil prices rebound on lower output from U.S., Russia, OPEC

[CNBC] US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade

[Reuters] N.Y. Fed awards $54.85 billion in overnight repos

[Reuters] Fed can keep rates on hold for now, raise them later: Evans

[Reuters] Major U.S. investors have billions at risk in Chinese stocks

[Reuters] U.S. office vacancy rate rises marginally in third quarter - Reis

[Reuters] Japan proceeds with twice-delayed sales tax hike as growth sputters

[CNBC] China’s Xi: ‘No force can stop the Chinese people and the Chinese nation’

[Reuters] China showcases fearsome new missiles to counter U.S. at military parade

[Reuters] Australia central bank cuts rates to all-time low, signals may need more

[Reuters] Australia home prices jump most in 2-1/2 years but home approvals sink ahead of RBA decision

[Reuters] Hong Kong police shoot teen protester as violence escalates

[Bloomberg] World Economy Signals Mounting Crisis in Manufacturing

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Fears ‘Hard Rollover’ of Risks After September Calm

[Bloomberg] Bonds Get a Taste of What Happens When Central Banks Step Back

[Bloomberg] Credit Raters Keep Missing Big Indian Company Defaults

[Bloomberg] There’s a New Muni-Debt Crisis Brewing in Another U.S. Territory

[WSJ] Global Trade Set for Weakest Year Since Crisis

[WSJ] New York City Apartment Prices Hit Four-Year Low

[WSJ] Beijing Takes Stakes in Private Firms to Keep Them Afloat

[FT] Companies issued record amount of debt in September

[FT] Fed wrestles with role of regulation in repo squeeze

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks inch higher as investors downplay escalating trade war

[Reuters] Oil falls, Brent posts biggest quarterly drop this year on demand fears

[CNBC] Don’t expect calm markets in October, historically a month for wild swings

[Reuters] U.S. dollar share of global currency reserves at lowest since 2013: IMF data

[Reuters] Saudi crown prince warns of escalation with Iran

[Reuters] Fitch cuts Saudi credit rating citing "risk of further attacks"

[FT] US repo market pressure eases after Fed interventions