Monday, October 7, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks fall on trade angst; Brexit battle tackles pound

[Reuters] European stocks tumble further as Brexit, trade worries deepen

[CNBC] US producer prices post the biggest decline in eight months in September

[Reuters] White House eyes ways to limit capital flows to China: Bloomberg

[The Hill] Federal deficit estimated at $984B, highest in seven years

[Reuters] China services sector growth falls to seven-month low: Caixin PMI'

[Reuters] China Vice Premier Liu will travel to U.S. for trade talks on Oct.10-11

[AP] US seeks to blacklist Chinese artificial intelligence firms

[Reuters] China's Hikvision resolutely opposes U.S. blacklisting: state media

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Johnson Tells Merkel Deal ‘Essentially Impossible’: Brexit Update

[AP] Fed’s odd dilemma: Low unemployment but pressure to do more

[Reuters] A Repeat of 2018’s Rout Is Likely Coming, Veteran Investor Says

[Reuters] EU tells British PM Johnson to stop playing 'stupid' Brexit blame game

[Reuters] Index funds invest trillions but rarely challenge management

[Bloomberg] White House Zeroes In on Limit to Chinese Stocks in Pension Fund

[Bloomberg] U.S. Small-Business Optimism Drops to Near Lowest of Trump Era

[Bloomberg] U.S. Blacklists Eight Chinese Tech Companies on Rights Violations

[Bloomberg] China Signals It Will Hit Back Over U.S. Tech Blacklist

[Yahoo/FT] Investors are addicted to the QE placebo

[Bloomberg] China’s Diplomatic Squeeze on Taiwan Risks Backfiring on Xi

[FT] Weak auction shakes Japan’s bond market from its slumber

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street falls amid caution on U.S.-China trade dispute

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields rise ahead of heavy supply at this week's auctions

[Reuters] U.S.-China deputy-level trade talks get underway in tense atmosphere

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. names Hikvision, Chinese security bureaus to economic blacklist - sources

[Reuters] Central bankers' committee defends unconventional crisis-fighting tools

[Reuters] Trump says U.S. economy entitled to 'substantial' interest rate cut

[CNBC] Ex-Nasdaq CEO Greifeld warns that recent IPOs’ unclear path to profits reminds him of tech bubble

[Reuters] Hong Kong police stage show of force on streets, jeered by residents

[Bloomberg] Meet the Banks Behind $5.5 Trillion of Trades That Power ETFs

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Credit Tops Forecast on Non-Revolving Debt

[Bloomberg] Lira Slumps as Trump Warns Turkey Over Military Operation

[Bloomberg] Economists Worry That MMT Is Winning the Argument in Washington

[FT] Central bank stimulus is distorting financial markets, BIS finds