Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street extends record-setting climb on upbeat economic data

[Reuters] U.S. housing market regaining steam; manufacturing stabilizing

[Reuters] U.S. job openings rise from 18-month low in October

[Bloomberg] Fed Risks Creating an Environment For Another Financial Crisis, Ex-Officials Say

[Bloomberg] Apartment Building Permits Soar to 4-Year High Amid Rental Boom

[Bloomberg] China Liquidity Jitters Are About to Test Bond Market Yet Again

[Bloomberg] Big VIX Call Options Trade Suggests Re-Emergence of ‘50 Cent’

[WSJ] Two Fed Officials Say Rates Should Hold Steady, While Trump Calls for More Cuts

Tuesday's News Links

[AP] Global stock markets more subdued after US hits records

[Reuters] Aussie dollar falls, pound tanks on renewed fears over trade

[Reuters] Oil poised near three-month highs on U.S.-China trade hopes, supply cuts

[CNBC] US housing starts rise more than expected, with permits at a 12-1/2-year high

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. finalizing rules to limit sensitive tech exports to China, others

[Reuters] Lighthizer: Details on China trade purchases to be written out

[AP] $1.4T spending package crammed with unrelated provisions

[Reuters] Boeing's 737 crisis deepens as production stops for first time in two decades

[CNBC] Boeing will still burn $1 billion a month on 737 Max even with production halt, JP Morgan says

[MarketWatch] More borrowers are getting rejected for auto loans

[Yahoo/Worth] El-Erian: The Global Economy’s Luck May Run Out

[Bloomberg] A Host of Known Unknowns Clouds the U.S.-China Trade Deal

[Bloomberg] Stricken Local Banks in Japan Buying Riskier Debt to Survive

[NYT] Mortgage Rates Below 1% Put Europe on Alert for Housing Bubble

[WSJ] Good Year for Corporate Bonds Gets Better as Threats Fade

[WSJ] Global Economy Shows Signs of Regained Footing

[FT] Investors pull record amounts out of US stock funds