Thursday, October 24, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Strong tech results propel S&P 500, Nasdaq

[Reuters] Gold gains on rate-cut bets; platinum hits over 3-week high

[Reuters] Amazon's gloomy holiday forecast misses estimates, shares fall 7%

[Reuters] New York Fed offers to inject more liquidity into the banking system

[CNBC] Goldman Sachs predicts the Fed will make two big changes next week

[Reuters] British PM Johnson calls for December 12 election to break Brexit deadlock

[Reuters] Pence backs Hong Kong protesters in China speech, slams NBA and Nike

[Reuters] As protests grip Lebanon, banks to stay shut until calm returns

[Bloomberg] Australian Property Is Starting to Boom Again. That's a Worry

[WSJ] The Fall of WeWork: How a Startup Darling Came Unglued

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street mixed after earnings reports; Twitter plunges

[Reuters] Euro falls against dollar after Draghi gives ECB swansong

[Reuters] White House aide: Phase one U.S.-China trade deal targets intellectual property

[Reuters] U.S. core capital goods orders drop more than expected

[Reuters] U.S. new home sales dip in September; prices fall

[Reuters] EU mulls delay as Britain says Johnson's deal is the Brexit endgame

[Reuters] Draghi defends legacy as ECB keeps money taps on

[Reuters] Japan factory activity shrinks at quickest pace since 2016 in October: flash PMI

[MarketWatch] German economy continues to struggle with manufacturing troubles spreading to services

[Reuters] Japan's Abe, South Korean Prime Minister Lee meet amid bitter row over history, trade

[Bloomberg] Draghi Keeps ECB Stimulus in Last Act as Economy Stains Legacy

[Bloomberg] Global Takeovers Drop to Eight-Year Low

[Bloomberg] Bond Defaults Are Highest on Record as India’s Economy Slows

[WSJ] Fed Boosts Amount of Liquidity Offered to Financial System

[WSJ] Fed to Increase Temporary Liquidity Available To Markets

[WSJ] China’s Property Bond Boom Clashes With Housing Market Realities

[FT] The global boom in non-bank finance

[FT] Turkey sharply cuts interest rates as it cites improving inflation outlook