Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks flat with focus on tariff deadline, Fed decision

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices increase more than expected in November

[CNBC] The Fed is expected to hold rates steady and vow to keep short-term lending markets stable

[Reuters] After year of living dangerously, Fed likely to signal time to lay low

[Reuters] Trump will have final say on U.S.-China trade deal: White House trade adviser

[CNBC] Nearly 150 CEOs departed in November, putting 2019 on track to be record year for executive exits

[Reuters] DoubleLine's Gundlach sees risk for U.S. credit when dollar weakens

[Bloomberg] Fed Dots May Yield Clue on Split Over Pause: Decision Day Guide

[Bloomberg] Wall Street’s Fear Gauge Is Acting Up. It May Signal Trouble

[Bloomberg] Traders Buy Hedges ‘Like World Is About to End’

[NYT] Signs Point to China Tariff Delay, but Decision Rests With Trump

[WSJ] China’s Yuan Punches Below Its Weight

[FT] Paul Volcker issues warning for America in final essay

[FT] China’s smaller banks forced to act to support shares

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Stocks, government debt flat as U.S.-China trade deadline looms

[Reuters] Oil rises but U.S.-China trade war weighs on demand outlook

[Reuters] Powell's 'half-full' U.S. glass sturdy but still at risk for spills as Fed meets

[Reuters] U.S., Canada and Mexico sign agreement - again - to replace NAFTA

[Reuters] Repo rupture at year-end could lead to 'QE4' - Credit Suisse analyst

[Bloomberg] Jitters Over China’s Local Defaults Start to Spread Offshore