Monday, June 25, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street falls as trade threats intensify

[Reuters] Trump officials send mixed signals on China investment curbs, markets sink

[CNBC] Trade advisor Navarro says no plans for investment restrictions on China, other countries

[CNBC] Xi has strong words for Trump: 'In our culture, we punch back' — report

[Reuters] Trump tariffs force companies to rework supply chains

[Reuters] Trump adviser Navarro says investment restrictions won't be global

[CNBC] The Fed's effort to control the rise of its key interest rate is running into some problems

[CNBC] China's sudden currency slide sparks rumors of an anti-Trump policy move

[WSJ] Trade Rift Within Trump Administration Sends Stocks on Wild Ride

[FT] US disagreements over China trade strategy heat up

[FT] People’s Bank of China must face awkward reality over renminbi

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Drop on Trade Dispute; Italian Bonds Fall: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Brent oil prices drop by 2 percent as traders expect output rise after OPEC deal

[BloombergQ] China's Yuan Sinks to Five-Month Low on Worsening Trade Outlook

[Reuters] Dollar falls to two-week low versus yen on renewed trade tensions

[BloombergQ] U.S. Plans Curbs on Chinese Investment, Citing Security Risks

[CNBC] Trump plans to bar China from investing in US tech firms and block more tech exports

[BloombergQ] China, Europe Warn Trade War Could Trigger Global Recession

[BloombergQ] U.S., China to See Who Blinks First in Economic `Chicken' Game

[BloombergQ] Harley to Shift Production Out of U.S. to Avoid EU's Tariffs

[Reuters] Exclusive: Facing U.S. blowback, Beijing softens 'Made in China 2025' message

[BloombergQ] China to Unleash $108 Billion in Reserves Cut for Most Banks

[BloombergQ] Why China Can’t Fix Its Housing Bubble

[BloombergQ] Erdogan's Election Celebration Gives Way to Economic Reality

[Reuters] BOJ should continue powerful easing, guard against side effects: June meeting summary

[Reuters] Low risk ECB extends QE into next year, say economists

[CNBC] Beyond the South China Sea: Beijing may target these waterways next

[NYT] What’s the Yield Curve? ‘A Powerful Signal of Recessions’ Has Wall Street’s Attention

[WSJ] Trump Plans New Curbs on Chinese Investment, Tech Exports to China

[WSJ] Yuan’s 2018 Gain Disappears as Dollar Rallies

[FT] Amnesia dooms bankers to repeat their mistakes

[FT] Donald Trump leads a global revival of nationalism