Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ekes out gains as Canada takes trade spotlight

[CNBC] Consumer confidence pops in August to highest level since October 2000

[BloombergQ] Your Dovish Take on Powell Is Wrong, Goldman Tells Bond Traders

[BloombergQ] Trump Warns Tech Giants to ‘Be Careful,’ Claiming They Rig Searches

[BloombergQ] Americans Are Using Their Homes as ATMs, Again

[Reuters] North Korea tells U.S. denuclearization talks may fall apart: CNN

[FT] Argentina finds it harder to stick to IMF bailout plan

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Climb After U.S. Mexico Deal; Dollar Drops: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Turkish lira weakens against dollar, minister warns on sanctions

[Reuters] Oil touches seven-week highs after signs of tighter supply

[Reuters] China raises yuan mid-point most in 15 months, spurs dollar buying

[CNBC] Home price gains slow down in June: S&P Case-Shiller

[CNBC] The US-Mexico trade deal may be bad news for China

[BloombergQ] Mnuchin Isn’t Worried About the Yield Curve

[Reuters] Trump called off Pompeo's North Korea visit after belligerent letter: report

[BloombergQ] Russia to Stage Biggest Military Exercises Since Cold War

[Reuters] Japan says North Korea still poses a dire threat to its security

[NYT] The Trump Tax Cuts Were Supposed to Depress Housing Prices. They Haven’t.

[WSJ] China Suddenly Has Trouble Building Things

[WSJ] Global Car Sales Hit Speed Bump as Demand Slows and Trade Tensions Loom

[FT] Central banks’ balance sheets start to shrink

[FT] Lula is by far the preferred candidate of most Brazilians

[BloombergSub] Early Indicators Show China's Economy Weakening Again in August

[BloombergSub] Didi Backlash Sounds a Warning for China's Unicorns