Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. rises as Trump touts EU trade concessions

[CNBC] Facebook plunges more than 14 percent on revenue miss, outlook

[Reuters] Dollar extends losses after U.S. reportedly secures trade concessions from EU

[Reuters] Trump says agreed with EU to work to lower trade barriers

[CNBC] Tariffs are being mentioned on 40 percent of earnings calls

[Reuters] Venezuela to remove five zeroes from ailing currency

[WSJ] U.S., EU Agree to Resolve Trade Differences

[WSJ] Darts Are Beating the Ira Sohn Investing Pros

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks rally stalls ahead of U.S.-EU trade meeting

[CNBC] Trump set for tense trade talks with top EU chief Juncker

[Reuters] Trump says China targeting U.S. farmers, is being 'vicious'

[Reuters] EU prepares retaliatory tariffs on $20 billion of U.S. goods

[Reuters] Trump downbeat ahead of trade talks with EU

[BloombergQ] Fed Presidents Seek Powell Put to Prevent Inverted Yield Curve

[BloombergQ] What Is the White House Whispering to the Fed?

[BloombergQ] Trump Blames Tariff Critics for Weakening U.S. Bargaining Power

[BloombergQ] What's Fueling Speculation the BOJ Will Change Policy

[CNBC] GM cuts 2018 outlook as Trump trade war drives up steel and aluminum costs

[BloombergQ] The Bear Market in 2-Year Treasuries Turns Two

[FT] China’s debt threat: time to rein in the spending boom