Friday, October 11, 2019

Friday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises but pares gains after news of partial U.S.-China deal

[Reuters] Dollar slides to 3-month low on hopes of Brexit, U.S.-China trade deals

[Reuters] Pound surges as Brexit deal optimism swells

[CNBC] Trump says US has come to a substantial phase one deal with China

[CNBC] The Fed is extending its overnight funding operations through January 2020

[Reuters] U.S. optimistic on trade talks; China open to partial deal

[CNBC] Trump administration clears the way for sanctions on Turkey: ‘We can shut down the Turkish economy’

[WSJ] Fed Will Purchase Treasury Bills at Least Into Second Quarter of 2020

[WSJ] New York Fed Adds $82.7 Billion To Financial System in Latest Repo Transaction

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. higher on trade war de-escalation bets

[Reuters] Oil jumps briefly after reports of Iranian tanker attack

[CNBC] Trump says ‘good things’ are happening at China trade talks: ‘Warmer feelings than in recent past’

[CNBC] Optimism is rising that some sort of US-China trade deal is coming — here’s what we know

[Reuters] With U.S. tariffs looming, China drums up hope for a partial trade deal

[Reuters] Trump to meet with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He at 2:45 p.m. EDT

[Reuters] EU, Britain to hold intense negotiations on Brexit deal as departure date nears

[Reuters] California governor calls widespread electricity shutdown to prevent fires 'unacceptable'

[Reuters] Rising old used car prices help push poor Americans over the edge

[Reuters] Iranian oil tanker hit off Saudi coast, may have been missiles - Iran reports

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] Dyson Becomes Latest Sign That Electric-Car Bubble Is Bursting

[Bloomberg] Yield Curve Recession Signal Fades as Haven Sell-Off Deepens

[Bloomberg] China’s Trade Chief Returns to Trump’s Oval Stage With Eyes on Deal

[Bloomberg] China’s Hidden Capital Flight Surges to Record High

[Bloomberg] China’s Resistance to a U.S. Investor Safeguard Riles Team Trump

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Economists Warn of Black Swan Risks From Climate Change

[WSJ] A Bite-Size Trade Deal Won’t Save U.S. Industry

[FT] Beijing’s simplistic narrative on Taiwan is fuelling tensions