Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares down on Fed hike, Sino-U.S. trade anxiety

[Reuters] Wall Street ends lower in wake of Fed hike

[Reuters] Trump to meet with top trade advisers on activation of China tariffs: source

[CNBC] Markets increase bets for fourth rate hike this year after Fed statement

[CNBC] Fed hikes rates, points to two more increases by year's end

[MarketWatch] Treasury yields tick higher after Fed raises key interest rate by 0.25%

[CNBC] Here's what changed in the new Fed statement

[BloombergQ] The Fed’s New Dot Plot After Its June Rate Increase: Chart

[CNBC] Fed's 'dot plot' points to four hikes this year, up from the three previously expected

[Reuters] ECB gets ready to pull the plug on stimulus scheme

[BloombergQ] Emerging Markets ‘Under Pressure’ After Fed Rate Hike: Inside EM

[NYT] Antarctica Is Melting Three Times as Fast as a Decade Ago

[WSJ] U.S. Prepares to Proceed With Tariffs on Chinese Goods

[WSJ] Fed Raises Interest Rates, Sets Stage for Two More Increases in 2018

[FT] US prepares to slap tariffs on $50bn in Chinese goods

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks capped by trade war concerns, central banks

[Reuters] U.S. producer prices rise more than expected in May

[CNBC] The Fed is hiking rates Wednesday, but here's what else you need to know

[BloombergQ] Fed's Rate-Hike Path Should Remain a Close Call

[BloombergQ] Gundlach Says Rising Rates and Deficits Like `Suicide Mission'

[BloombergQ] China’s Master Plan: How the West Can Fight Back

[BloombergQ] The Fed's Shadow Looms over Turkey's Strongman

[Politico] Trump could slap China with tariffs as soon as Friday

[Reuters] Arab states launch biggest assault of Yemen war with attack on main port

[WSJ] China Goes Cold Turkey on Shadow Banks

[WSJ] LBO Volume Surges as KKR, Others Put $1 Trillion Cash Pile to Work

[FT] ECB on course to begin QE exit plan despite headwinds

[FT] Market tension pushes Italian borrowing costs to 4-year high

[FT] Turkish lira leads emerging market currency retreat