Thursday, June 14, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Argentine Peso Tumbles Amid Reports of Central Bank Departures

[Reuters] S&P, Nasdaq rise after ECB decision, U.S. data

[Reuters] Euro falls most since Brexit as ECB delays rate hikes into 2019

[Reuters] Trump ready to impose tariffs on about $50 billion in Chinese goods: official

[CNBC] White House expected to unveil tariffs on smaller list of Chinese products Friday

[Politico] Trump said to push for tariff action on foreign cars ahead of midterms

[Reuters] EU nations back retaliating against U.S. steel tariffs

[CNBC] Trump's forecast of 4% GDP growth close to coming true as Americans spend tax-bill proceeds

[BloombergQ] Powell Showcases Just How Unsure Fed Is About Policy Cornerstone

[BloombergQ] U.S. Fiscal Stimulus Raising Risks to Global Economy: IMF

[BloombergQ] Millionaires Now Control Half of the World's Personal Wealth

[Reuters] Argentina says May inflation 2.1 pct; 26.3 pct in 12 months

[UK Guardian] Merkel coalition at risk as talks on refugee policy falter

[BloombergQ] Cohn Says Trade Disputes Could Wipe Out Tax Cut Benefits

[Forbes] When Will The High Yield Credit Bubble Burst?

[BloombergQ] Fed’s Powell Orchestrates a Masterful Move

[NYT] As China Curbs Borrowing, Growth Shows Signs of Faltering

[WSJ] Donald Trump Approves Tariffs on About $50 Billion of Chinese Goods

[FT] Draghi treads middle path on bond-buying exit to soothe investors