[Reuters] Stocks gain on stimulus hopes but still head for third losing week

[Reuters] U.S. housing starts drop for third straight month

[CNBC] Fed may not have enough firepower to prevent a recession

[Reuters] To spur consumption, China preps plan to boost disposable income by 2020

[Reuters] Mexico’s central bank cuts rates for first time in 5 years as economy sputters

[Reuters] North Korea fires projectiles, rejects South Korea’s ‘senseless’ dialogue pledge

[Bloomberg] Investors Are Worrying About Hong Kong Banks as Protests Roll On

[Bloomberg] You May Be Dead Before You Pay Off Your Student Loans

[WSJ] Chinese, Russian Warplanes Test U.S. Patience in Skies Near South Korea

[WSJ] July Was Hottest on Record

[FT] Negative yields force investors to plunge into riskier debt

[FT] Fed chair Powell must be wary of a market running ahead of itself

[FT] Treasuries on track for best month since 2015 amid investor gloom