Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slips after rejection of Brexit timetable

[Reuters] EU moves towards Brexit delay as PM Johnson seeks election to break impasse

[Reuters] U.S. existing home sales drop more than expected in September

[Reuters] U.S. business borrowing for equipment rises 18% in September: ELFA

[Reuters] Putin, Erdogan strike deal to remove Kurdish YPG from Syria border

[Bloomberg] India’s Shadow Banking Crisis Is Far From Over

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares rise amid Brexit tussle as focus shifts to earnings

[Reuters] Chinese vice foreign minister says progress made in trade talks with U.S.

[Reuters] Brexit in the balance as Johnson faces crunch votes

[Reuters] Canada's Trudeau clings to power, but loses some of his luster

[Reuters] NY Fed accepts $35 billion in overnight repo bids

[CNBC] Long-term negative rates have ‘adverse consequences’ we don’t fully understand, says Jamie Dimon

[Reuters] Turkey may resume Syria assault as some Kurdish fighters yet to withdraw: Erdogan

[Bloomberg] Government Hints Major Amendments Would Kill Bill: Brexit Update

[Bloomberg] China’s Central Bank Boosts Liquidity Ahead of Tax Payment Surge

[Bloomberg] Half the World’s Banks Are Too Weak to Survive a Downturn, McKinsey Says

[Bloomberg] The Short-Volatility Trade Is Now So Big It's Starting to Break

[Bloomberg] Asian Tech Icon Flirts With Crisis After Whistle-Blowers Attack CEO

[WSJ] Wave of Financial Stress Hits Low-Rated Companies

[WSJ] All About the Money: Why Hong Kong Matters So Much to China

[FT] Investors start to ponder ‘QE infinity’ from the ECB