[Reuters] Global stocks greet sign of trade truce extension with glee

[Reuters] Oil rises 1 percent on deepening OPEC supply cuts, sanctions on Venezuela

[Reuters] Consumer price index unchanged in January, vs. expectations of 0.1% gain

[Reuters] ‘So far, so good,’ Mnuchin says of trade talks in China

[Reuters] Euro zone industrial production falls more than expected in December

[Bloomberg] Euro Industry Posts Biggest Annual Slump Since Financial Crisis

[CNBC] Mortgage applications drop 3.7% as homebuyers pull back

[Reuters] NZ central bank hold rates, signals accommodative policy through 2020

[Reuters] BOJ’s Kuroda says it’s his responsibility to meet 2 percent target

[Bloomberg] Brexit Talks Head for Late Showdown as No-Deal Crisis Looms

[Reuters] Spain’s government loses budget vote, paving way for snap election

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Beware: A Recent History of BofAML’s Most-Crowded Trades

[Bloomberg] As China Defaults Rise, Ratings Firms Are Little Help

[Bloomberg] China’s High-Stakes Bid to Boost Stocks Risks Inflating Bubble

[FT] Market consensus is too dovish on Fed U-turn

[FT] Markets should be careful what they wish for