Friday, November 29, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slips as U.S.-China tensions weigh, investors watch retail

[Reuters] Oil slumps but sets monthly gain ahead of OPEC meeting

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. weighs new regulations to further restrict Huawei suppliers - sources

[AP] How a central banker’s low-rate shift showed the way for Fed

[Reuters] Global funds raise stock allocations at the expense of cash: Reuters poll

[Reuters] Iraq PM says he will quit after cleric's call but violence rages on

[Bloomberg] European Banks Pile Into Risky Loans as Economic Outlook Darkens

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slips after U.S. law on Hong Kong rekindles trade fears

[Reuters] Global stocks dip on trade worries as record high stays elusive

[Reuters] Japan's factory output posts largest fall in almost two years

[Reuters] China's PBOC has room to ease policy but won't squander options - official

[AP] Eurozone unemployment’s falls to lowest rate since July 2008

[Reuters] Hong Kong protesters call for weekend rallies, police quit campus battleground

[Bloomberg] China Financial Warning Signs Are Flashing Almost Everywhere

[Bloomberg] Chinese Defaults to Rise in 2020 as Economy Slows, Moody’s Says

[Bloomberg] China Steelmaker Defaults on Already Delayed Bond Payment

[Bloomberg] The Richest U.S. Counties Are Getting Even Richer

[Bloomberg] Big Reads on Economics: Central Bankers Ponder Easy Money Risks

[Bloomberg] The VIX Is Low. That May Be Because of All the Volatility ETPs

[Bloomberg] India’s Economic Growth Sputters to 4.5%, Weakest Since 2013

[WSJ] U.S. Tightening of Hong Kong Policy Is Grim Trigger for China