Thursday, May 24, 2018

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street dips after Trump cancels North Korea summit, targets car imports

[Reuters] European autos tumble as U.S. tariff threat rattles Germans

[BloombergQ] Trump Threatens Allies With New Tariffs, Sowing Global Confusion

[BloombergQ] U.S. Sales of Existing Homes Fall as Inventory Woes Continue

[CNBC] Fed could end tightening cycle in 2019: Harker on CNBC

[BloombergQ] Trucker Strike Strangles Brazil for Fourth Day on Fuel Cost

[BloombergQ] Spain's Rajoy Under Pressure After Ex-Party Treasurer Convicted

Thursday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Slide as Geopolitics Swamps Risk-On Mood: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Tariff fears hit car shares, lira back on the rack

[Reuters] Trump calls off meeting with North Korea's Kim

[Reuters] Nikkei drops to over 2-week lows as U.S probe hits automakers

[Reuters] Trump urges a new 'structure' for U.S.-China trade deal

[BloombergQ] Trump's Auto Tariffs Threat Targets Heart of German Economy

[BloombergQ] U.S. Home Values Are Rising at Their Fastest Pace in 12 Years

[Reuters] Merkel woos China as Trump poses new trade challenge

[Reuters] Any systemic risk from Italy could push euro down '5 big figures' - Goldman

[BloombergQ] A Big Chill Silences Turkey's Market Analysts Amid Lira's Plunge

[CNBC] Take ‘trade tensions very seriously,' Stephen Roach warns a painful US-China trade war could still hit stocks

[DailyBeast] Trump Adviser Peter Navarro Slams Steve Mnuchin as ‘Neville Chamberlain’

[NYT] Trump Initiates Trade Inquiry That Could Lead to Tariffs on Foreign Cars

[WSJ] Trump Tariff Threat Vexes Allies and Global Auto Makers

[WSJ] From Housing to Stocks, Rising U.S. Bond Yields Are Being Felt

[WSJ] Swamped by Growth, Silicon Valley Weighs Taxing Big Employers

[WSJ] Turkey’s Currency Meltdown

[WSJ] Taxpayers Are on the Hook in Banks’ Financial Engineering

[FT] Trump car tariff threat prompts global condemnation

[FT] ECB to maintain ‘steady hand’ in face of eurozone growth slowdown

[FT] ECB warns indebted countries on risk of flight from bonds