Thursday, November 7, 2019

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Trade war caution takes edge off stellar rally in world stocks

[Reuters] Trump says has not agreed to roll back tariffs on China

[Reuters] China's October exports, imports fall less than expected

[Reuters] Fed's Bostic says he would have dissented against last rate cut, economy is solid

[Reuters] Port of Los Angeles import and export volumes drop in October

[Bloomberg] China Exports Spur Hope, But Imports Are Still Ugly

[Bloomberg] China Car Sales Keep Falling as Peak Season Fails to Deliver

[Bloomberg] Chinese Bank Skips Early Capital Bond Payment in Rare Move

[Bloomberg] Moody’s Sees Prolonged India Credit Crunch That May Worsen

[Bloomberg] Big China Defaulter Hunts for Cash With $2 Billion Due Next Year

[Bloomberg] Mounting Signs of Bank Stress in China Prompt Government Action

[Bloomberg] China Banks Say Brother of Asia’s Richest Man Owes $680 Million

[NYT] China Is Trying to Clean Up Its Banks. It’s Messy.

[WSJ] China Claims Tariffs Will Go, but Others Express Doubts

[WSJ] Global Yields Climb as Trade Tensions Ease

[WSJ] Blackouts, Fires, High Gas Prices: Who Wants to Live in California Today?

[WSJ] As WeWork Grew, Wall Street Lent It Money and Credibility

[FT] China’s small lenders suffer bank runs as economy slows

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks, dollar rally on U.S.-China trade deal hopes

[CNBC] Bond yields are surging with the 10-year Treasury yield jumping the most since Trump’s election

[Reuters] Exclusive: Rollback of China tariffs faces fierce opposition in White House - sources

[Bloomberg] U.S. Yields Soar to Three-Month High as Bets on Fed Cuts Slashed

[Bloomberg] Home-Price Gains in the U.S. Accelerated as Borrowing Costs Fell

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Credit Rises at Slowest Pace Since June 2018

[WSJ] New York Fed Adds $115.14 Billion in Short-Term Liquidity to Markets

[FT] Italy surpasses Greece as euro area’s riskiest borrower