Friday, December 13, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street steady as U.S., China announce trade deal

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade deal swaps tariff rollbacks for farm, energy purchases

[AP] How US-China trade deal achieved a little but left out a lot

[AP] Johnson victory means Brexit is coming, tough talks loom

[CNBC] Goldman is disappointed in trade deal: Tariff rollback ‘smaller than expected’

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. higher on trade deal hopes; tariff deadline closes in

[Reuters] Shares and sterling soar as trade and Brexit fog lifts

[Reuters] Euro zone bonds take a beating as trade, Brexit uncertainties clear

[Reuters] Currency markets go risk-on amid trade war, Brexit optimism

[BBC] Election results 2019: PM hails Brexit 'mandate' as Tories set for big win

[AP] Johnson victory means Brexit is coming, tough talks loom

[CNBC] China to hold press briefing Friday on ‘relevant progress’ over trade talks with the US

[Reuters] U.S. sets China trade deal terms, sources say, but Beijing mum

[Reuters] U.S. retail sales rise less than expected in November

[Reuters] Senior China diplomat says U.S. seriously damaged hard-won mutual trust

[Reuters] 'Boneheads' no more? Fed's rate cuts appear to defuse Trump's Twitter rage

[Reuters] Japan business mood gloomiest in nearly seven years as trade war bites

[Bloomberg] U.S. Futures Pare Gain as Trade-Deal Doubts Emerge: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Aims a Half-Trillion Dollar Liquidity Hose at Year-End Risks

[Bloomberg] Trump’s China Deal Flirts With the Curse of a Phase One and Done

[Bloomberg] China’s Decade of Drama for Yuan Sets New Risks for the 2020s

[WSJ] Bond Defaults Reach Once-Safe Corners of Chinese Finance

[WSJ] Trump Agrees to Limited Trade Deal With China

[WSJ] Government Bond Yields Surge After Trump Proclaims Progress on Trade Talks

[WSJ] New York Fed Again Upsizes Liquidity Plans for Turn of the Year

[FT] Paul Volcker: his values and legacy

[FT] Repo and swaps markets point to further volatility