Friday, June 15, 2018

Friday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ends lower; trade war fears resurface

[BloombergQ] Argentine Peso Resumes Slide; Yield on Century Bonds Tops 9%

[CNBC] China announces retaliatory tariffs on $34 billion worth of US goods, including agriculture products

[NYT] Trade Skirmish or War? Who Gets Hurt?

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street sinks as China trade spat intensifies

[Reuters] Simmering trade tensions set stocks up for weekly loss

[BloombergQ] Emerging-Market Strains Deepen With Argentina in Tantrum

[Reuters] Euro heads for worst week in 19 months on ECB's cautious stance

[Reuters] Trump sets $50 billion in China tariffs with Beijing ready to strike back

[CNBC] China says tariffs of 'same scale' coming immediately

[Reuters] As trade war with China looms, U.S. readies second wave of duties

[Reuters] Merkel floats tougher stance in trade row with U.S.

[Reuters] BOJ keeps policy steady, cuts view on consumer inflation

[BloombergQ] Trump’s $50 Billion China Threat Only Signals Worse to Come

[CNBC] Despite record high confidence, Main Street businesses can't find the workers they need

[BloombergQ] Wall Street Bankers Pile Leverage Onto Riskiest U.S. Buyouts

[Reuters] China's home prices rise at fastest pace in nearly a year in May

[Reuters] Central bank withdrawal means tighter times ahead for borrowers

[Reuters] Merkel's government frays as migrant row festers in Germany

[Reuters] China holds missile drills in South China Sea amid heightened tension

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

[WSJ] Behind the Scenes at G-7 Meetings, Allies Dismayed by Trump’s Jabs

[WSJ] Economic Growth in U.S. Leaves World Behind