Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Nasdaq slumps as Facebook, Twitter weigh on tech stocks

[Reuters] Bond sell-off to deepen as South Africa slips into recession

[Reuters] U.S. Congress grills Facebook, Twitter over foreign bids to tilt politics

[CNBC] Sessions getting serious about tech company crackdown, will meet with state attorneys general

[FT] Italy heads for budget showdown with EU

[FT] Australia’s property boom ends as credit squeeze begins

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Emerging markets and equities reel as dollar flexes muscles

[Reuters] U.S. trade deficit rises to five-month high on declining exports

[Reuters] Canada to stick to guns at NAFTA talks despite Trump pressure

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage applications are stuck in a rut as rates rise

[Reuters] Crisis-hit Argentina hopes for improved IMF deal this month

[CNBC] JP Morgan's top quant warns next crisis to have flash crashes and social unrest not seen in 50 years

[BloombergQ] Emerging-Market Contagion Fears Rotate From Currencies to Stocks

[BloombergQ] Emerging-Market Contagion Fear Sparks Deepening Rout: Inside EM

[BloombergQ] Rupee Woes Set to Deepen as India Braces for External Headwinds

[WSJ] U.S., Canada Face Tough Issues as They Resume Nafta Talks

[FT] Emerging market sell-off spreads beyond Turkey and Argentina

[FT] A house, the subprime crisis and the rise of private equity

[FT] China’s policy choices crucial for global financial stability