Thursday, November 14, 2019

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade hopes revive stocks, protests leave scars

[Reuters] U.S. retail sales rebound, but big-ticket purchases drop

[MarketWatch] Industrial output falls by most in 17 months in October

[Reuters] U.S., China trade talks to continue Friday: U.S. commerce chief

[Reuters] China central bank injects 200 billion yuan to boost liquidity, keeps rate unchanged

[Reuters] China's Oct home prices rise 0.5% from previous month

[Reuters] Fewer Chinese cities report home price gains in Oct

[Reuters] Global debt to top record $255 trillion by year's end

[Reuters] Hong Kong condemns attack on justice secretary as protests paralyze city

[Reuters] Highlights: Hong Kong paralyzed for fifth day, students guard campuses

[Bloomberg] China Injects Cash Into Banking System as Growth Slows

[Bloomberg] Home-Price Growth in China Is the Weakest Since March 2018

[Bloomberg] Severe $15.8 Trillion Pension Crisis Looms Worldwide, G-30 Says

[Bloomberg] Indian Consumer Spending Falls First Time in Four Decades: BS

[Bloomberg] Bridgewater’s Ray Dalio Warns of Capital War Between U.S., China

[WSJ] U.S.-China Trade Deal Near, but Trump Not Ready to Sign Off, Kudlow Says

[FT] Fiscal rethink poses risk to market foundations

[FT] Fingers point at hedge funds after Japan bond sell-off

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. 'getting close' to trade deal with China: White house economic adviser

[CNBC] Dow falls, S&P 500 slips from record as Cisco shares drop

[CNBC] Nancy Pelosi says a USMCA trade deal breakthrough could be ‘imminent’

[Reuters] Strong healthcare costs help to lift U.S. producer inflation

[AP] Powell urges Congress to tackle growing budget deficit

[Reuters] Bullard: Fed's framework review unlikely to produce 'large' change

[AP] California faces fraught path out of wildfire, power crisis

[CBS] 70% of Americans say they are struggling financially

[Bloomberg] Global Debt Surges Above $250 Trillion as U.S., China Lead Way

[Bloomberg] Powell Faces Doubt That Fed Really Has Repo Market Under Control

[Bloomberg] Banks on the Frontline of Lebanon’s Crisis Get Downgraded by S&P