Sunday, July 1, 2018

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia shares sluggish, Mexico peso up on exit polls

[Reuters] Oil falls as White House says Saudi king to raise output if needed

[Reuters] Exclusive: Leftist seen as Mexico's next president after massive win - exit poll

[CNBC] The Trump administration reportedly drafted a bill that abandons WTO rulebook

[Reuters] Interior minister offers to resign, in blow to German coalition

[CNBC] Trump says he wants to wait until after the midterms to sign NAFTA deal

[Reuters] U.S. dollar share of global currency reserves fall further - IMF

[WSJ] Trump Cites Car-Tariff Threat as Biggest Trade Leverage

[WSJ] North Korea Expands Key Missile-Manufacturing Plant

Sunday's News Links

[CNBC] Worldwide retaliation for US tariffs begin on Sunday, putting a 'bull's eye' on wide range of goods 

[Reuters] Voting begins in Mexico's presidential election, leftist favored

[MarketWatch] Mexico’s presidential election: Investors need to know these key factors

[Reuters] Germany's Weidmann says next ECB boss must be able to tighten money taps

[Reuters] Halfway through, 2018 delivers little to S&P 500 investors

[Reuters] Trump ally Giuliani says end is near for Iran's rulers

[BloombergQ] Merkel Faces Crunch Time in Showdown on Migrant Policy

[Reuters] Weakened Merkel to face judgment of her Bavarian allies

[Reuters] Thousands set to rally in Hong Kong over Beijing's tightening grip

[FT] Huge equity funds outflow has awkward echoes of 1998 Asian crisis

[FT] Italy’s Matteo Salvini calls for European populist alliance

[FT] Fearless Matteo Salvini’s threat to the EU establishment