Monday, October 14, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises after upbeat start to earnings season

[AP] China tempers hopes about US tariff truce

[Reuters] Just hours left to secure a Brexit deal before EU summit

[Reuters] China wants tariffs cut to enable $50 billion imports from U.S.: Bloomberg

[Reuters] China Sept new bank loans beat expectations, more easing seen

[Reuters] Brexit hangs in the balance as EU doubts a deal this week

[Reuters] Sub-zero interest rates could be problematic in U.S.: Fed's Bullard

[MarketWatch] China consumer inflation hits nearly 6-year high

[Reuters] China's factory prices post steepest fall in three years

[Reuters] Goldman profit misses estimates on weak underwriting, M&A

[Reuters] Scrambling to limit damage, Trump tells Turkey to stop its Syria invasion

[Reuters] Trump sanctions fail to slow Turkey assault; Moscow's allies advance

[Bloomberg] Italy’s Debt Edges Close to All-Time High Amid Budget Squabble

[Bloomberg] China Places Cap on Private Corporate Bonds to Stem Credit Risks

[FT] Fed awaits answers on liquidity strains

[FT] Mario Draghi leaves a divided central bank in his wake

[FT] ECB critics are right to worry about ultra-loose monetary policy

[FT] Russia calls Turkey’s invasion of north Syria ‘unacceptable’

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks pause on unsettled trade deal; earnings eyed

[Reuters] Oil falls more than 2% on U.S.-China trade deal doubts, stronger dollar

[CNBC] Trump halting trade negotiations with Turkey, raising its steel tariffs to 50%

[AP] ‘Nothing-burger’: US-China truce leaves big issues for later

[Reuters] Spain jails Catalan separatist leaders, protesters flood streets

[Reuters] Russia-backed Syrian army sweeps in after U.S. announces abrupt exit

[Bloomberg] Peak Shale: How U.S. Oil Output Went From Explosive to Sluggish

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Is on Course to Shrink the Bank of Japan’s Bond Holdings

[FT] Hopes fade for Brexit deal at summit as EU needs ‘more time’

Tactical Short Quarterly Call Today

Please join Doug Noland and David McAlvany today, October 17th, at 4:00PM Eastern / 2:00pm Mountain time for the Tactical Short Q3 recap conference call, “Managing Short-Side ‘Beta’ in an Extraordinary Environment.” Click here to register.