Monday, July 16, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 dips as energy shares fall; Netflix drops late after results

[Reuters] Oil's 4 percent tumble weighs on energy shares; banks rally

[CNBC] Morgan Stanley's stock market analyst warns clients to stop yawning at his bearish call and get defensive

[WSJ] The Real Growth Numbers to Watch in China

[WSJ] Trump Leaves GOP, Intelligence Community and Allies in the Hot Seat

[FT] China money market funds’ rush into bank credit worries investors

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Struggle Amid Earnings; Dollar Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. yields hold rise after solid retail sales data

[Reuters] U.S. retail sales increase solidly in June

[BloombergQ] Powell to Cross Political Minefield as Trade War Clouds Outlook

[Reuters] IMF warns U.S. vulnerable in escalating trade fight

[MSN/Washington Post] The $247 trillion global debt bomb

[BloombergQ] China's Economy Slows as Expected With Trade War Dimming Outlook

[Reuters] China June property investment growth slows to 6-month low

[CNBC] This is the 'biggest bubble in the history of mankind and it's going to burst,' Ron Paul says

[BloombergQ] Banks Are Facing a Squeeze From Trump's Trade War

[CNBC] Germany: We can no longer fully rely on US White House

[NYT] China’s Strong Economic Growth Figures Belie Signs of Weakness

[WSJ] The Problem With Innovation: The Biggest Companies Are Hogging All the Gains

[WSJ] Sizing Up the Bond Market’s Signals

[FT] China can bear more trade pain than America

[FT] Trade war fears blunt growth in global ETF industry