Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Wednesday's News Links

[CNBC] Stocks fall into the red on report Trump-Xi meeting could be delayed until December

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S.-China trade deal signing could be delayed until December: U.S. source

[Reuters] French 10-year bond yield turns positive on improving risk sentiment

[Reuters] U.S. productivity drops by most since fourth quarter 2015

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage applications flatline for the second straight week

[Reuters] Iowa? Greece? Where Trump and Xi may meet becomes new trade deal issue

[CNBC] CEO departures hit a new high in October, on pace for a record year

[Reuters] China's digital currency will kick off 'horse race': central bank official

[Bloomberg] How California Became America’s Housing Market Nightmare

[Bloomberg] Argentina, Turkey Most Vulnerable in Risk-Off Scenario

[Bloomberg] SoftBank’s Son Defiant as WeWork Triggers $6.5 Billion Loss

[WSJ] China’s Smog Gauge Is Signaling Trouble

[FT] Repo ructions highlight failure of post-crisis policymaking

[FT] China’s waning appetite for stimulus weighs on global economy

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 retreats slightly after recent record

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

[Reuters] U.S. consumer inflation expectations drop again: New York Fed survey

[CNBC] Interest rates suddenly entered a new phase and they are moving higher thanks to possible trade deal

[Reuters] U.S.: Iran's expansion of uranium enrichment 'a big step in the wrong direction'

[Bloomberg] Robert Kaplan Says Steeper Yield Curve a Sign Fed Rates Now Appropriate

[Bloomberg] $11 Trillion U.S. Mortgage Market Has a Shadowy New Player

[Bloomberg] Montage Beverly Hills Hotel Said to Fetch More Than $400 Million

[WSJ] China’s Housing Market Is Finally Cooling. Some Homeowners Are Furious.

[WSJ] Public Pension Plans Continue to Shift Into U.S. Stocks

[FT] Protests in Iraq and Lebanon threaten an Iran-backed status quo