Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[CNBC] US futures slip as Trump administration seeks tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods

[BloombergQ] U.S. Moves Forward on Proposed $200 Billion China Tariff List

[CNBC] Trump administration announces list of tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods

[Reuters] U.S. stocks rise on earnings optimism; dollar gains

[Politico] Trump readies tariffs on another $200B in Chinese goods

[Reuters] U.S. job quits rate hits 17-year high; labor market tightening

[BloombergQ] Chart of Century Gives Powell Gloomy Glimpse of Trade-War World

[CNBC] The hottest housing market in the US is up 13% and now may be headed for a crash

[BloombergQ] Employers Are Calling All Workers Off the Benches

[WSJ] U.S. Unveils Additional Tariffs on $200 Billion More in Chinese Imports

[WSJ] Trade Conflict Ripples Through Emerging Markets

[WSJ] Chinese Auto Sales Run Into a Lending Roadblock

[FT] US companies’ share buyback plans smash record

[FT] China policymakers keep debt investors guessing

[FT] Erdogan tries to defy economic orthodoxy

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Edge Higher Before Earnings; Euro Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil rises to $79 a barrel on Norway strike, Libyan disruption

[Action Forex] Italian eurosceptic Savona urged to be ready for all eventualities on Euro membership

[Reuters] China June producer inflation hits six-month high, consumer inflation up slightly

[NPR] Trade War With China Heats Up, But Tariff Effects Are Already Rippling Across U.S.

[CNBC] Market rally the ‘last hurrah’ – investors should sell now, warns Guggenheim investment chief

[BloombergQ] Erdogan's New Dynasty Makes Turkey Uninvestable

[New York Times] In an Uncertain Global Economy, Turkey May Be the Most at Risk

[WSJ] What the Stuttering Corporate Bond Market Means for Stocks

[WSJ] Investors Fear Turkish Currency Crisis as Erdogan Tightens Grip

[WSJ] Hedge Funds Are Having a Volatile 2018

[FT] Erdogan gains power to appoint Turkey’s central bank governor

[FT] Eurozone house prices rise at fastest pace since financial crisis