Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street erases losses after Trump quits Iran deal

[Reuters] Trump abandons 'defective' Iran nuclear deal, to revive sanctions

[CNBC] Here's why it's a big deal for the US to leave the Iran nuclear pact

[Reuters] Fed debates new vocabulary as it shifts away from loose policies

[Reuters] Argentina seeks financing deal with IMF to address peso volatility

[BloombergQ] U.S. Job Openings at Record, Almost Matching Unemployed Workers

[Reuters] Xi tells Trump China and U.S. should properly resolve trade disputes

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Dollar Advances, Oil Declines Before Iran Decision: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italian bond yields hit six-week high on election jitters

[CNBC] Trump may leave the Iran nuclear deal Tuesday. Here's what comes next

[BloombergQ] Powell Says Emerging Markets Equipped to Navigate Turbulence

[CNBC] Homeowners are bullish on prices, while buyers may find there's no inventory

[CNBC] China says last month's trade surplus with the US was nearly $7 billion more than March's surplus

[Reuters] Fed officials say price pressures rising but no need to shift rate path

[Reuters] China April exports jump 12.9 percent, imports up 21.5 percent, beat forecasts

[Reuters] Exclusive: China ramps up checks on U.S. pork imports in potentially costly slowdown

[BloombergQ] Dimon Says Prepare for 4% Yields, Potential Volatility Rise

[CNBC] Flow of funds into alternatives starts to dry up

[BloombergQ] Chinese Missiles Are Transforming Balance of Power in the Skies

[NYT] Unswayed by Allies, Trump Is Expected to Leave Iran Deal, Diplomats Say

[WSJ] Pension Funds Still Making Promises They Probably Can’t Keep

[WSJ] Cord-Cutting Pain Spreads to High-Yield Bond Market

[FT] ‘Brutal’: EM currencies face worst quarter since 2015

[FT] US credit boom: red flag or investable asset?

[FT] Powell: Emerging markets braced for policy tightening