Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks sink as China slowdown deepens, German economy weak

[Reuters] Oil rises after OPEC's Barkindo says U.S. shale growth may slow in 2020

[Reuters] U.S. producer prices increase by the most in six months

[CNBC] China’s Commerce Ministry says trade war should be ended by removing tariffs

[AP] China presses Washington for tariff cut in trade deal

[Reuters] China says holding 'in-depth' talks with U.S. on interim trade deal

[Reuters] China's economy grinds lower as October indicators miss forecasts

[Reuters] Jobs at risk as China's services sector feels heat of trade war

[AP] California crisis of fires, blackouts decades in the making

[Reuters] Citywide protests disrupt Hong Kong as students barricade campuses

[Reuters] Iraq's young protesters: 'We're not leaving, even if this lasts 40 years'

[Bloomberg] Trade Talks Hit Bump as China Resists U.S. Demands on Agricultural Purchases

[Bloomberg] How Trump’s Trade War Went From Method to Madness

[Bloomberg] Global Economy on Thin Ice With Frail Trio From China to Germany

[Bloomberg] China’s Investment Growth Slows to a Record Low

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Money Markets Show Investor Calm Is Cracking

[Bloomberg] ECB’s Villeroy Says It’s Reasonable to Assume Rates Near Bottom

[Bloomberg] Scandal at Largest Korea Hedge Fund Triggers Worst Outflows Ever

[Bloomberg] Biggest Drop in Power Demand Adds to Indian Banks’ Bad Debt Woes

[FT] China fall in fixed-asset investment growth sparks stimulus doubt

[WSJ] No More Easy Profits as China’s Venture-Capital Boom Fizzles

[WSJ] Auto Borrowing Rises Amid Low Interest Rates, Solid Economy

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Disney helps lift Dow, S&P to records; Nasdaq dips

[Reuters] Dollar falls against yen, Swiss franc on new trade concerns

[CNBC] US-China trade talks are getting held up because of disagreements on a number of issues

[WSJ] U.S.-China Trade Talks Hit Snag Over Farm Purchases

[Reuters] US-China trade talks hit snag over agriculture purchases, other issues, according to report

[Reuters] U.S. government posts $134 billion deficit in October

[AP] Fed’s Powell sees steady growth, signals pause in rate cuts

[Reuters] Fed's Powell takes old-school view on U.S. borrowing capacity

[Reuters] Fed chief Powell pushes back on negative interest rates

[Reuters] Fed chief Powell says 'sustained expansion' likely for U.S. economy

[Reuters] U.S. household debt in four charts

[Reuters] U.S. inflation firms on rising healthcare, energy costs

[Bloomberg] U.S. Household Debt Rises for 21st Quarter Lifted by Mortgages

[WSJ] Fed’s Powell Signals Comfort With Current Interest-Rate Stance