Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks stall as U.S.-China tensions flare again

[Reuters] Yen gains, yuan falls as Hong Kong tensions muddy trade progress

[Reuters] Oil falls as U.S. rights bill fuels tensions with China

[CNBC] China accuses US of ‘sinister intentions’ after Trump signs bills supporting Hong Kong protesters

[Reuters] China warns U.S. over Hong Kong law as thousands stage 'Thanksgiving' rally

[Reuters] China gives P2P lenders two years to exit industry: document

[Bloomberg] The Big Question on Hong Kong: How Will China Hit Back at Trump?

[Bloomberg] It's Getting More Expensive to Eat, and Economists Are Worried

[WSJ] China Protests New U.S. Law Supporting Hong Kong but Signals Hope for Trade Deal

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Trump approves legislation backing Hong Kong protesters

[Reuters] Strong data, trade optimism propel Wall Street to record levels

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields rise on strong capital goods orders

[Reuters] Emerging Markets - Latam FX hit by strong dollar; growing unrest knocks down Chilean, Colombian peso

[CNS] Federal Debt Up $1.3 Trillion Since Last Thanksgiving; $10,137 Per Household

[Reuters] U.S. economy growing modestly, labor market still tight: Fed report

[Reuters] Violence in Chile resurges, peso plunges to historic low

[Free Beacon] Iran, Russia, China to Hold Joint Wargames in ‘Message to the World’

[Bloomberg] Trump Signs Hong Kong Bill That Will Strain Relations With China