Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asia Stocks to Start Mixed; Euro Erases Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] WTO sees signs of trade tensions starting to affect global economy

[CNBC] Mortgage applications fall, as refinancing hits 20-year low

[WSJ] In This Economy, Quitters Are Winning

[WSJ] Yields on These Chinese Bonds Are Making Investors Squirm

[FT] The retreat from easy money that markets cannot escape

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks tread water on trade worries, yuan steadies

[BloombergQ] Europe Stocks, U.S. Futures Rise in Thin Trading: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Euro falls, yuan rebounds as trade worries weigh

[Reuters] China says will not fire first shot in trade war with U.S.

[BloombergQ] These Are Some of Trump's Weapons in China Trade Spat

[BloombergQ] Merkel Raises Specter of Finance Crisis in Trade War Warning

[BloombergQ] Volatile Yuan Puts Focus on China's Capital-Control Buffers

[BBC] Wang Jian: China's HNA Group boss falls to his death in France

[Reuters] China services sector grows at fastest pace in 4 months in June - Caixin PMI

[BloombergQ] China-Targeted Tariffs Set to Strike South Korea’s Export Engine

[BloombergQ] China Property Flashes Fresh Warning With Bad-Loan Jump Forecast

[CNBC] India's massive state banks are in trouble. That's great news for some

[NYT] Why Made in China 2025 Will Succeed, Despite Trump

[FT] Financial crisis warning sign is flashing red

[FT] China central bank seeks to reassure after renminbi tumble

[FT] Can US triple C-rated bonds stay ahead of the pack?