Sunday, November 3, 2019

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade optimism lifts Wall Street to record high

[Reuters] Oil prices rise 2% on U.S.-China hopes and improved outlook

[Reuters] U.S. factory orders fall in September; core capital goods revised down

[Reuters] Britain set for 1970s public spending levels as parties woo voters: report

[CNBC] Consumers can’t get enough Bentley, Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce SUVs

[Reuters] Scores injured, one critical in chaotic weekend of Hong Kong protests

[Reuters] U.S. envoy decries Chinese 'intimidation' in South China Sea

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Says Treasury Yields to Surge in Replay of 1995 Cycle

[Bloomberg] Chinese State Media Reiterates ‘Core Concerns’ After Trade Call

[Bloomberg] Selloff of Bonds Throws Spotlight on China’s Top Universities

[Bloomberg] Fed Risks More Trump Anger With Message That Rates Are on Hold

[Bloomberg] Asean Leaders Snub U.S. Summit After Trump Skips Bangkok Meeting

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Big central banks move to wait-and-see mode

[Reuters] Wall Street's leading stocks reveal investor caution

[Reuters] UK PM Johnson rejects calls for no-deal Brexit in election pitch

[Reuters] Hong Kong mall clash ends in bloody knife attack and bitten off ear

[Bloomberg] Ross Optimistic on China Trade Deal, Says Huawei Licenses Coming

[Bloomberg] Putting on the Squeeze Won’t Tame India’s Twin Crises

[Bloomberg] Australia Runs Into ‘Reversal Rate’ as Cuts Unsettle Consumers

[WSJ] People Are Staying in Their Homes Longer—a Big Reason for Slower Sales

[FT] Falling interest rates wreak havoc in US pension system

[FT] Here is what’s going on with the yield curve 

[FT] We need to admit the euro was a mistake