Monday, December 23, 2019

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] Festive world markets pause for breath near record highs

[Reuters] Oil rises on supply cut pledges and slow return of Gulf field

[Reuters] U.S. yields rise in pre-holiday trade; focus on 5-year note auction

[Reuters] Fed accepts $24.80 bln at overnight repo operation

[Reuters] How risky ETFs won the decade - and why they might not repeat that performance

[CNBC] IPOs overall beat the market this year despite some ‘mega busts’

[Reuters] Exclusive: Malware broker behind U.S. hacks is now teaching computer skills in China

[Bloomberg] China Widens Economic Policy Blitz With Cash Injection Move

[Bloomberg] China Takes a Risk on GenZ’s Love Affair With Credit

[Bloomberg] HNA Faces Pressure to Avoid Its First Public Bond Default

[Bloomberg] India’s Slowing Economy Has Sparked Jump in Lending For LBOs

[WSJ] Stocks Are Climbing Faster Than Profits, but Investors Aren’t Worried

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street posts records amid trade optimism; Boeing juices Dow

[Reuters] Treasuries - U.S. yields rise in line with equities, after tame auction

[Reuters] Argentina's black market peso weakens 4.56% to all-time low -traders

[AP] Boeing ousts its CEO after two deadly 737 Max crashes

[Reuters] South Korea, U.S. commandos practice raiding enemy facility as North Korea tensions rise

[Bloomberg] Defaults in Asia Set to Rise With Hot Spots in China and India

[Bloomberg] Fed’s Year-End Repo Is Underscribed Again, But Outlook Cloudy

[Bloomberg] ‘Blank-Check’ Deals Get New Look After High-Profile IPO Flops