Friday, June 29, 2018

Friday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Cap Quarter With Gains, Dollar Slumps: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] World stocks enjoy relief rally though trade tensions linger

[Reuters] Euro jumps after EU leaders reach deal on migration at summit

[Reuters] U.S. consumer inflation rises, core PCE price index hits 2 percent

[BloombergQ] U.S. Consumer Spending Cools While Inflation Tops Fed Goal

[Axios] Scoop: Trump's private threat to upend global trade

[BloombergQ] Mnuchin Calls Report That Trump Wants to Withdraw From WTO an ‘Exaggeration’

[BloombergQ] Everything You Need to Know About the Trade War

[BloombergQ] How Monetary Policy Suddenly Became Controversial

[BloombergQ] Wall Street Left Reeling as 2018 Upends Almost Every Bet

[BloombergQ] Beaten-Up U.S. Corporate Debt Is Enticing Few Bargain Hunters

[BloombergQ] Traders Are Still Haunted by the VIX Five Months Later

[Reuters] ECB mulls small 'Twist' to keep borrowing costs low: sources

[BloombergQ] Emerging-Market Central Banks Are Losing Battle Against Traders

[BloombergQ] Kashkari Says Fed Confused About What's Next After Neutral Rates

[BloombergQ] Deutsche Bank's Quarter to Forget

[BloombergQ] Mexico Election Has Global Market Implications

[BloombergQ] Why Strongmen Aren’t Going Away

[WSJ] The $2 Trillion Challenge Facing Emerging Markets

[WSJ] Boston Fed’s Rosengren Says It’s Time to Take Away Monetary-Policy Punch Bowl

[WSJ] Investors Double Down on FAANG in Rocky Quarter for Stocks

[FT] Fed’s preferred measure of inflation hits 2% target