Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Thursday's News Links

[CNBC] Stocks turn positive, making back earlier losses as rate-cut expectations increase

[Reuters] Oil slips further below $58 as economic gloom weighs

[CNBC] Services reading shows economy is weaker than expected amid slowdown fears

[Reuters] U.S. factory orders dip in August; core capital goods revised down

[Reuters] U.S. widens trade war with tariffs on European planes, cheese, whisky to punish subsidies

[AP] EU vows to hit back over US tariffs as businesses count cost

[Reuters] Fed still has 'reasonable amount of independence': Evans

[Reuters] EU deeply skeptical that latest UK plan could yield Brexit deal

[Reuters] BOJ's Funo warns of intensifying global risks, signals readiness to respond

[Reuters] India's Yes Bank 'very stable', CEO Gill says after stock slide

[Reuters] Hong Kong protesters go on rampage to denounce police shooting of student

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Economy Stalls as Manufacturing Pain Starts to Spread

[Bloomberg] German Recession Risk Rises as Economic Pain Spreads to Services

[Bloomberg] India Shadow Banking Crisis May Return to Haunt Stock Market

[WSJ] Repo Crunch Gives Ammo to Banks on Regulation, but Not Much

[WSJ] U.S. Officials Are Worried About Turkey Foray Into Syria

[FT] Brace for a sequel to last year’s rocky final quarter

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street tumbles as trade war threatens U.S. economy

[Reuters] Gold climbs over 1% as weak U.S. data feeds economic fears

[Reuters] Dollar slides vs yen, euro as U.S. stocks, Treasury yields decline

[Reuters] Exclusive: In Saudi Arabia, criticism of Crown Prince grows after attack

[Reuters] North Korea fires ballistic missile, possibly from submarine, days before talks

[Reuters] Gunfights rage in southern Iraq, protests spread nationwide

[Bloomberg] Repo Watchers Worry More Trouble Brewing in Fourth Quarter

[Bloomberg] Manhattan Resale Home Prices Drop Most Since 2011

[NYT] China’s Spenders Are Saving. That’s a Problem for Everyone.