Monday, November 4, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street higher on trade truce hopes

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields rise on hopes of U.S., China trade deal

[Reuters] Oil gains 1% as China pushes Trump for more tariff roll-backs

[CNBC] US services companies growth rebounds in October

[Reuters] China presses Trump for more tariff roll-backs in 'phase one' trade deal

[CNBC] The trade deficit got smaller in September as the US and China work toward tariff truce

[Reuters] Fed's Barkin: Conflicting signals make U.S. economy hard to read

[Reuters] U.S. needs allies in fight against China: report

[Reuters] China central bank cuts medium-term loan rate for first time since 2016 as growth cools

[Reuters] Gold demand rises as investors grow nervous - WGC

[Reuters] Argentina's Fernandez says debt is a problem that must be resolved

[Reuters] Germany's Schaeuble calls on Lagarde to respect ECB's 'limited mandate'

[Reuters] China to 'perfect' HK system as water cannon breaks up Guy Fawkes protest

[Bloomberg] China Wants U.S. to Drop Tariffs on $360 Billion of Imports for Trade Deal

[Bloomberg] Xi Zeroes In on Trump Trade Deal as China Acts to Steady Markets

[Bloomberg] China Halts Massive Bond Rout With Symbolic Interest Rate Cut

[Bloomberg] Some of the Hottest Stock Trades of 2019 Are Now Getting Smoked

[NYT] China’s Xi Praises Free Trade. Striking Deals Is Another Matter.

[WSJ] U.S., China Consider Rolling Back Tariffs as Part of Initial Trade Deal

[FT] US shale to swamp Opec supplies over next five years

[FT] How climate change will transform the global balance of power

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. extends recent gains on trade deal optimism

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields rise before Treasury auction, on trade optimism

[Reuters] Oil rises on U.S.-China hopes and improved outlook

[Reuters] U.S. banks keep business loan standards steady in third-quarter

[Reuters] Trump administration poised to make Paris climate exit official

[Bloomberg] A U.S. Shutdown Could Blur Economic Picture for Traders and Fed

[Bloomberg] Fed Outlines Rationale for T-Bill Buying, But Keeps Options Open

[Bloomberg] Beijing Braces for a Smoggy Winter as China Prioritizes Growth

[WSJ] New York Fed Official Says Market Interventions Have Restored Calm