Friday, March 23, 2018

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Fluctuate as Trump Fuels Tension; Oil Rises: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Gold’s ‘Good Week’ Gets Better as Trade War Ignites Haven Demand

[Bloomberg] Oil Gains as Trump Picks Iran Hawk Bolton as Security Adviser

[Bloomberg] Trump Threatens Spending Bill Veto, Raising Prospect of Shutdown

[CNBC] China responds to Trump tariffs with proposed list of 128 US products to target

[Bloomberg] From Boeing to Soybeans, China Has a Long Retaliation List

[Reuters] China urges U.S. to 'pull back from brink' as Trump unveils tariffs

[Reuters] U.S. accuses China of stealing patents in WTO complaint

[Bloomberg] U.S. Corporate Borrowers Have an Overseas Investor Problem

[Reuters] Rising U.S. bank funding costs: Five pressure points for markets

[Bloomberg] High-Yield Outflows Begin to Take a Toll on New Issuance Market

[Bloomberg] Half Last Week's Record Stock Inflows Just Got Yanked Back Out

[Bloomberg] Canadian Inflation Accelerates to Fastest Pace in Three Years

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. warship sails near disputed islands in South China Sea, officials say

[CNBC] The US and its Asia Pacific allies are boosting security ties — that could upset China

[Reuters] For super-hawk Bolton, 'Surrender is Not An Option'

[NYT] Beg, Borrow or Steal: How Trump Says China Takes Technology

[WSJ] House Passes Mammoth Spending Bill

[WSJ] Money Markets Are Messed Up, With Real Consequences

[WSJ] Happy Bipartisan Budget Blowout Day

[WSJ] ‘Rolldown’ Shows Why the Bond Market Is an Unfriendly Place to Hide

[WSJ] Volatility Swings Reach New Milestone

[FT] US tariffs target China industrial policy, not trade deficit