Monday, August 6, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asia Stocks Open Mixed; Dollar, Treasuries Steady: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street closes higher as strong earnings cheer investors

[Reuters] Turkish lira hits record low after U.S. reviews duty-free access

[Reuters] U.S. banks further eased business loan standards in Q2 2018

[BloombergQ] China’s Gas Tariffs Are a Permian-Size Problem for Oil

[BloombergQ] Turkey Changes Reserve Rules to Boost Banks' Dollar Liquidity

[Reuters] Canada defiant after Saudi Arabia freezes new trade over human rights call

[BloombergQ El-Erian] Making Sense of Two Very Busy Weeks for Markets

[FT] Central bank move fails to halt lira drop to record low

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Turn Higher, Dollar Pares Advance: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] China's stocks, yuan slide as Beijing, Washington step up trade threats, rhetoric

[BloombergQ] Turkish Yields Increase to Record Amid Threat of U.S. Sanctions

[Reuters] Chinese state media slams Trump for 'extortion' in trade dispute

[BloombergQ] China Prepared for Long Trade War With U.S., State Media Says

[Reuters] U.S. bond market takes looming Treasuries deluge in stride

[BloombergQ] Emerging-Market Volatility Bets Rise as Trade War Rattles Yuan

[BloombergQ] Jamie Dimon Warns of 5% Treasury Yields

[NYT] Too Little Too Late’: Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans

[WSJ] China’s Softer Stance on Defaults Spurs Asian Bond Market

[WSJ] Iranians Hoard Gold Ahead of U.S. Sanctions

[FT] China millennials’ love of credit cards raise debt fears

[FT] Private equity challenged over $400bn fee haul

[FT] China private equity funds suffer wave of closures

[FT] Turkey's corporates need “the mother and father of all evil”