Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Caution creeps into Asian markets as U.S. tariff deadline looms

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Mixed; Treasuries Rise, Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Fed suggests interest rate hike could come soon

[CNBC] Fed officials worry that the trade war poses the biggest threat to 'strong' economy

[Reuters] Exclusive: Bolton remarks proof U.S. targeting Turkey in economic war - Erdogan spokesman

[Reuters] Lula's rising star in Brazil election poll rattles markets

[BloombergQ] When and Why the World Went Wrong

[NYT] Fed Minutes Suggest No Pause in Rate Hikes

[WSJ] Fed Signals Rate Increase at Next Month’s Meeting

[FT] Fed frets over ability to fight next recession

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. slightly lower on Trump legal woes

[Reuters] U.S. existing home sales fall for fourth straight month

[Reuters] Trump legal woes and trade talks cause nerves while EM enjoys respite

[Reuters] Dollar remains on defensive, U.S.-China trade talks awaited

[Reuters] U.S., China to resume trade talks in Washington amid low expectations

[CNBC] Trump: We are going to put a 25% tariff on every car from the European Union

[CNBC] Trump and China are ratcheting up tariffs. Here's what that means

[CNBC] Fed chairman Powell assured senator he's not swayed by Trump's criticism

[BloombergQ] If Trump Can Strong-Arm the Fed, U.S. Assets May Not Be So Great

[BloombergQ] Leveraged-Loan Lovefest Will End in Heartbreak

[BloombergQ] Volatility Trades Are Reborn as Two-Tier Market Spurs New Short

[WSJ] Jackson Hole Gets Added Attention as Key Fed Rate Ticks Higher

[WSJ] For U.S. to Stay in WTO, China May Have to Leave

[WSJ] Turkey’s Meltdown Hits Japanese Mom-and-Pop Investors

[FT] Ten years after Lehman collapse few lessons have been heeded