Friday, July 6, 2018

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks, euro survive first battle of U.S.-China trade war

[BloombergQ] U.S. Payrolls Rise 213,000; Wage Gains Slow, Unemployment Up

[BloombergQ] Trump Eyes Even Higher Tariffs as Trade War With China Escalates

[Reuters] China blames U.S. for 'largest-scale trade war'

[CNBC] US-China tariffs: 'The first shots to the trade war are about to be fired'

[Reuters] As tariffs loom, China state media slams Trump's 'gang of hoodlums'

[BloombergQ] U.S. Industries Fear Worst Is Yet to Come From Trump Tariffs

[BloombergQ] Metal Markets Are Preparing for a New World Disorder

[Reuters] U.S. energy, agricultural and plastics firms gird for next round of tariffs to drop

[BloombergQ] What Trump’s Trade War Is Really About

[CNBC] As China exchanges retaliatory tariffs with the US, it may play 'tit-for-tat game at sea' with Tokyo

[BloombergQ] High-Income Americans Are the Most Upbeat on Record

[BloombergQ] Copper’s Collapse Deepens as Trump Escalates Spat With China

[Reuters] U.S.-Iran tensions rise over oil route as EU tries to save nuclear deal

[NYT] Trump’s Trade War Against China Is Officially Underway

[WSJ] U.S.-China Trade War Begins

[WSJ] This Year’s Selloff in Chinese Markets Isn’t Like 2015. It Looks Worse.

[WSJ] The Dollar Will Eventually Pay the Price for U.S. Deficits

[FT] Trump imposes new tariffs on China and threatens $500bn

[FT] Appetite for Europe’s stressed junk bonds starts to wane