Sunday, November 10, 2019

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks drop as Hong Kong violence rattles investors

[Reuters] China and Hong Kong stocks drop as weak data, protests weigh

[Reuters] Sell-off grips southern European bond markets, Spain uncertainty weighs

[Reuters] Oil drops on concern over U.S.-China trade talks progress, oversupply

[Reuters] China October new bank loans dip to 22-month low, more easing expected

[AP] China’s auto sales fall 5.8% in October

[Reuters] Investors wary as social unrest spreads from Hong Kong to Santiago

[Reuters] 'Pam, pam, pam': Hong Kong police open fire, wounding protester

[Reuters] India's Sept industrial output falls at the fastest pace in six years

[Reuters] Lebanese banks hope for positive impact from statements

[Reuters] Morales' exit in Bolivia leaves violence and political vacuum

[Bloomberg] China’s October Credit Slump Shows PBOC Policy Struggling

[Bloomberg] Look Within for China’s True Growth Threat

[Bloomberg] China’s Consumer Inflation Could Hit 5% in January, Analysts Say

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan’s Dimon Laments Income Inequality, Won’t Assail CEO Pay

[Bloomberg] China Factories Are Exporting Lower Prices Around the World

[WSJ] CLO Selloff Flashes Warning Sign to Junk Bond Market

[WSJ] Frackers Prepare to Pull Back, Exacerbating a Slowdown in U.S. Oil Growth

[FT] Christine Lagarde faces ECB council push to overhaul policymaking

[FT] Jamie Dimon says ‘greedy’ bankers ‘let the American people down’

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares pick up on U.S.-China trade deal hopes

[Reuters] China factory prices falter, while inflation soars to near 8-yr high

[Reuters] China to reshuffle management, recapitalize smaller banks to curb risks: Caixin

[Reuters] BOJ debated whether to boost stimulus if inflation momentum lost: October summary

[Reuters] Hong Kong protester shot by police as chaos erupts across city: media

[Reuters] Bolivia's Morales resigns after protests over disputed October vote

[NYT] How Bad Is China’s Debt? A City Hospital Is Asking Nurses for Loans

[WSJ] Rising Yields Quiet Bond Market’s Key Recession Alarm

[FT] Contractors hit as China local government defaults rise

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks drop as Hong Kong violence rattles investors

[Reuters] Violence spreads across Hong Kong's New Territories on 24th weekend of unrest

[Reuters] 'No need to panic': Lebanon banking body tells depositors as protests continue

[Bloomberg] Trump and Powell Put Trade, Fed Center Stage

[Bloomberg] Reality Check Looms for Emerging Markets on Trade and China

[WSJ] Unloved Assets Join Market Rally in Latest Sign of Optimism

[WSJ] Farmers in Crisis Turn to High-Interest Loans as Banks Pull Back