Monday, May 28, 2018

Monday Evening

[BloombergQ] Asian Stocks Set for Lower Open; Oil Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Brazil stocks hit year low, battered by truckers' protest

[Reuters] U.S. and China clash over 'technology transfer' at WTO

[BloombergQ] Italy's Populists Mobilize in Protest as Cabinet List Drawn Up

[WSJ] Italy’s Political Drama Raises Stakes For Euro

[WSJ] Chinese Energy Company’s Missed Bond Payment Fans Fears of More Defaults

[FT] Italian sell-off deepens as new premier picked

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Risk Appetite Fades on Italy Outlook; Oil Slumps: Markets Wrap

[TheStreet.com] Italy Bonds Plunge, Stocks Hit 13-Month Low as Constitutional Crisis Intensifies

[BloombergQ] Italian Banks Lead Stock Declines as Government Plan Unravels

[Reuters] Italy Heads to New Vote With Europe as Campaign Faultline

[BloombergQ] Italy’s Failure to Form Government Deepens Political Chaos

[CNBC] Traders are worried this could be the 'big unwinding' of Italian bond markets

[Reuters] Italy's president calls in former IMF official amid political turmoil

[BBC] Italy crisis: Call to impeach president after candidate vetoed

[Reuters] China rejects U.S. charge of 'forced technology transfer' at WTO

[CNBC] The U.S. needs 50,000 truck drivers to avoid a shipping squeeze

[BloombergQ] Bid to Block Trump's Deal on ZTE Would Have Support, Rubio Says

[VOA] Weeklong Brazil Trucker Strike Leaves Food, Fuel Scarce

[Reuters] Japan's PM defends its automakers against U.S. import probe

[Reuters] Spanish prime minister to face confidence vote on Friday

[BloombergQ] Spain's Divided Opposition Struggles With Plan to Oust Rajoy

[BBC] What is Italy's political crisis all about?

[WSJ] Italian Political Crisis Roils Markets

[FT] Key questions for investors as Italian tumoil deepens

[FT] When will the US Fed stop tightening?