Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asia Stocks Rise, Japanese Bond Yields Head Higher: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg/StraitsTimes] US plans higher tariffs on US$200 billion in Chinese imports

[Reuters] Industrials, tech lead Wall Street gains on renewed trade hopes

[CNBC] As the Fed meets, the specter of pressure from Trump and the market looms

[CNBC] Fed seen keeping interest rates on hold Wednesday, but there's a hot debate about where it could end hiking

[Reuters] U.S. retail sector rebound boosts workers' wages, executive bonuses

[NYT] As China’s Woes Mount, Xi Jinping Faces Rare Rebuke at Home

[FT] There are limits to the Bank of Japan’s defence of low rates

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Climb Before Apple; Bonds Rise: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] US and China reportedly seeking to restart talks to avert trade war

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending increases solidly in June

[Reuters] BOJ seeks to make its ammunition last longer as options dwindle

[BloombergQ] Here's What Market Watchers Are Saying About BOJ Policy Tweaks

[BloombergQ] Treasury Sees Second-Half U.S. Borrowing at Most Since 2008

[Reuters] Fed set to hold rates steady, remain on track for more hikes

[Reuters] Pulp problems: Why shoppers may pay more for tissues, toilet paper

[BloombergQ] China Factory Gauge Falls on Tighter Credit, Trade War Risks

[Reuters] China's July manufacturing growth slows on trade dispute, softer domestic demand

[BloombergQ] China Politburo Signals Greater Focus on Growth Amid Trade Spat

[Reuters] Major central banks all just prisoners of their own device: McGeever

[CNBC] Morgan Stanley: The biggest sell-off since February is coming and it's going to hit the average investor hard

[BloombergQ] Euro-Area Economy Gets Higher Inflation But Weaker Growth

[BloombergQ] Italian Economic Growth Slows to Weakest in Almost Two Years

[Reuters] Australian home investors in full retreat as prices fall

[WSJ] Home Price Gains Held Steady in May

[WSJ] Chinese Economy Starts to Feel Tariff Impact

[WSJ] Young People Don’t Want Construction Jobs. That’s a Problem for the Housing Market.

[FT] BoJ defies global move to roll back crisis-era stimulus

[FT] Turkey nears ‘pariah’ status after holding rates