Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Doug Noland Posted on July 30, 2019

[Reuters] Wall St. higher on Apple bounce; Fed decision awaited

[Reuters] Trade tensions drag on stocks as markets await Fed verdict

[Reuters] Oil gains a fifth day after U.S. stockpile drop amid rate optimism

[Reuters] With Fed sure to cut rates, Powell on hook to flag next steps

[Reuters] U.S., China meet for trade talks as Trump talks tough

[Reuters] Is Trump the reason the Fed is about to cut rates?

[] U.S. Private Employers Added 156,000 Jobs in July, More Than Expected, ADP Says

[Reuters] U.S. second-quarter labor costs gain smallest in 1-1/2 years

[CNBC] Mortgage applications fall for third straight week, despite lower interest rates

[AP] China factory activity falls in July for 3rd straight month

[Reuters] Trade war keeps China’s factories in reverse gear for third month

[Reuters] China’s service sector activity grows at slower pace in July: official PMI

[CNBC] ‘Hidden’ debtors may be signaling trouble in the global economy

[Reuters] China probes small bank shareholdings as risk worries persist

[Reuters] North Korea fires short-range ballistic missiles: South Korean military

[Reuters] China warns outsiders not to ‘sow distrust’ in South China Sea

[Reuters] New protest erupts as Hong Kong charges 44 activists with rioting

[Reuters] China to halt individual tourism permits for Taiwan amid rising tension

[Bloomberg] UBS Analyst Who Predicted China Bank Woes Sees $349 Billion Hole

[Bloomberg] Fed Day Has Bond Traders Feeling Giddy

[Bloomberg] White House Eyeing Chinese Forces Gathered on Hong Kong Border

[WSJ] Fed Readies First Interest-Rate Cut Since 2008

[WSJ] Slow Progress in Trade Talks Is Partly a Result of China’s New Tactic to Wait

[FT] Beijing hits back at Trump after brief round of trade talks

[FT] China accounting scandal threatens corporate fundraising

[FT] A squeezed Bank of Japan is delivering diminishing returns

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