Thursday, June 28, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Rise, Emerging-Market Woes Intensify: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Corporate Bond Issuance Decelerates to Its Slowest Pace This Year

[CNBC] Global stocks see biggest loss of investor cash since the financial crisis

[BloombergQ] Conte Threatens Italian Veto in Blow to Merkel's Migration Plans

[BloombergQ] PBOC Panel Signals Shift to Growth and Market Stabilization

[WSJ] Trade War Punctures China’s Pride in Its Technology

[FT] Global dealmaking reaches $2.5tn as US megadeals lift volumes

[FT] Italy threatens to veto EU migration deal

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Trade war fears grip stocks, dollar bides time

[Reuters] Drug stocks hit by Amazon health push, while tech steadies Wall Street

[BloombergQ] China Shares Sink to Lowest Since March 2016 as Yuan Declines

[Reuters] US oil hits $74 per barrel, jumps more than 1.5%

[Reuters] Nikkei hits near 1-month low; large caps weak as trade war fears take toll

[Reuters] U.S. first-quarter GDP growth lowered; weekly jobless claims rise

[Reuters] China says carefully monitoring U.S. policies on inbound investments

[BloombergQ] Powell Wants ‘Real Economy’ to Guide Fed

[BloombergQ] Mario Draghi Can't Save Europe This Time

[MarketWatch] Opinion: The next bear market in stocks will spark a retirement crisis

[CNBC] China's latest conquest: Middle East power broker

[BBC] Europe's migration crisis: Could it finish the EU?

[NYT] Demystifying the Blockchain

[WSJ] White House Retreats From Plans for Strict Limits on Chinese Investment

[FT] In charts: what is making Mexicans so angry?

[FT] Indian rupee weakens to record low against dollar