Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade deal hopes lift Wall Street

[CNBC] It’s been a crazy 12 hours for US-China trade news — here’s what we know

[Reuters] Top-level U.S.-China trade talks resume as irritants sour atmosphere

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices unchanged in September

[Reuters] U.S. tariffs on China are working, says U.S. Secretary of Commerce

[Reuters] U.S. to issue licenses for supply of non-sensitive goods to Huawei: NYT

[Reuters] U.S. private equity fundraising swells as mega funds get bigger

[Reuters] Power cut to millions as California faces heightened wildfire risks

[Reuters] Bond buys, tiered deposit rate generated most opposition at ECB policy meeting

[Bloomberg] Offshore Yuan Erases Loss After News Currency Pact Being Weighed

[Bloomberg] U.S. Weighing Currency Pact With China as Part of Partial Deal

[Bloomberg] ECB Meeting Account Shows Officials Far Apart on Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Taiwan’s Tsai Says Unrest Shows China’s ‘Failure’ in Hong Kong

[WSJ] Fed to Increase Supply of Bank Reserves

[NYT] Trump Administration Weighs Economic Escalation Against China

[FT] Donald Trump trade team’s unified front tested in China talks

[FT] ECB’s Draghi ignored in-house advice on decision to restart QE

Wednesday Evening Links

[CNBC] Dow futures drop 250 points after Chinese media reports that trade talks have made no progress

[SCMP] US and China make no progress on key trade issues in two days of deputy-level talks, sources say

[Reuters] Trump says there is a 'really good chance' of U.S.-China trade deal

[Reuters] Tech stocks lift Wall Street as reports brighten hopes of trade deal

[Reuters] Federal Reserve policymakers increasingly divided on way ahead, minutes show

[CNBC] Market may be expecting more rate cuts than the Fed will deliver, meeting minutes show

[CNBC] Low expectations for trade talks: ‘If you’re looking for good news, they didn’t cancel the trip’

[AP] Powell faces key question: What’s wrong with low inflation?

[CNBC] Turkey launches military operation against Kurds and ISIS in northern Syria

[Bloomberg] Trump Is Tweeting Less About China and That’s Good for Stocks