Monday, November 11, 2019

Tuesday's News LInks

[Reuters] Global stocks climb, investors seek enlightenment from Trump on trade

[Reuters] JGB prices stumble after weak 30-year auction

[Reuters] Oil rises further as trade hopes support

[MarketWatch] Small-Business Optimism Rises in October: NFIB

[Reuters] Markets hope for positive signs from Trump trade speech

[Reuters] Explainer: What a roll-back of Trump tariffs on Chinese goods may look like

[Reuters] China to tighten liquidity risk management on smaller banks: regulator

[Reuters] China should cut rates, but not use monetary flooding: central bank adviser

[Reuters] Violence brings Hong Kong to 'brink of total breakdown': police

[Reuters] Evo Morales leaves Bolivia to take asylum in Mexico

[Reuters] New bushfires break out in Australia as millions brace for the worst

[Bloomberg] Fed Likely to Defy History With Rates Steady Through Elections

[Bloomberg] China’s Troubled Banks Get a Lifeline from Local Governments

[Bloomberg] China’s Shifting Approach to Bank Bailouts

[Bloomberg] Quant Funds Exit Japanese Bonds in Worst Sell-off Since 2013

[WSJ] Clarida: Lowering Inflation Created New Challenges for Central Banks

[FT] China’s $1tn scramble for convertible bonds reflects hot market

[FT] Political discord threatens economic co-operation

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Nasdaq slip on trade uncertainty; Boeing buoys Dow

[Reuters] Oil slips as trade worries offset Cushing drawdown

[Reuters] Chile's peso at 16-yr low on constitution overhaul; Latam assets retreat

[Reuters] Morales backers, police set for showdown in La Paz as power vacuum stokes unrest

[Yahoo Finance] Walgreens jumps on report of KKR preparing buyout plan

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Awaits Trump Economic Club Speech for Hints on Trade

[Bloomberg] Moody’s Says Tide of Populism Is Putting World’s Credit at Risk

[Bloomberg] Australia's Bushfires Are Getting Worse. And Climate Change Is to Blame

[WSJ] Selloff in Complex Investments Flashes Warning for Junk Bonds

[WSJ] November Rally Weighs on Low-Volatility Funds