Monday, July 2, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Gain as Investors Shrug Off Trade Concerns: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] ‘A Little Premature’ to Discuss U.S. Exit From WTO, Ross Says 

[CNBC] Companies buying back their own shares is the only thing keeping the stock market afloat right now

[Reuters] Merkel to fight another day after settling migration row

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Slump on Trade Risk; Euro Falls With Pound: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street lower as tariff worries weigh

[Reuters] China shares slide on trade war, German coalition concerns

[CNBC] EU reportedly warns of new tariffs worth $300 billion if Trump targets automakers

[Reuters] EU warns U.S. of boomerang effect if Trump imposes car levies

[BloombergQ] Mexico's Lopez Obrador Wins Presidential Vote as Rivals Concede

[BloombergQ] Trump Trade War Arrives in the Data as China Awaits Tariffs

[The Hill] Trump no longer talks a lot about the stock market. Here’s why

[Reuters] German coalition party leaders aim to meet Monday evening: sources

[BloombergQ] Trump's Tariffs: a Car Crash for Germany

[BloombergQ] Populism Wins Again – But Mexico Swings Left

[BloombergQ] Brazil June IHS Markit Manufacturing PMI Dips Into Contraction

[BloombergQ] Bank Indonesia Puts Rupiah Stability Above Growth in Rate Move

[BloombergQ] Australia Property Prices Fall for Ninth Month on Tighter Credit

[WSJ] Trade Fight Threatens Farm Belt Businesses

[WSJ] Fed Faces Decisions on Shrinking Its Huge Bond Portfolio

[WSJ] M&A Market Headed for a Record, Powered by Tech Disruption, AT&T Ruling

[FT] Slide in China’s yuan accelerates to new 2018 low

[FT] Federal Reserve in the spotlight as summer markets feel the heat

[FT] Bond funds butchered in emerging markets rout

[FT] New capital rules spark trader retreat from listed derivatives

[FT] Countries face higher debt bills due to climate risks