Thursday, September 6, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] U.S. Technology Shares Drop, Treasuries Gain: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] House GOP's second phase of tax reform aims to make individual cuts permanent, boost retirement savings

[Reuters] U.S.-Canada trade talks restart, tackle 'final' issues

[FT, Tett] Five surprising outcomes of the 2008 financial crisis

[FT] Turkey’s currency crisis triggers a sense of déjà vu

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Tech weakness, trade jitters hit S&P, Nasdaq

[Reuters] Oil prices fall on emerging market woes, looming tariff deadline

[Reuters] Trump says not ready to make trade deal with China

[Reuters] China warns of retaliation if U.S. slaps new tariffs

[Reuters] As next round of U.S. tariffs on China looms, both sides dig in

[Reuters] U.S. jobless claims fall to near 49-year low

[BloombergQ] Lagarde Says World Finance Not Safe Enough 10 Years After Lehman

[BloombergQ] Powell Must Answer the Question Greenspan Raised 20 Years Ago

[BloombergQ] Things Are Not Going to Plan in Trump's U.S. Trade Deficit Wars

[Reuters] Spending on fixed costs rise for largest U.S. cities: S&P

[Reuters] Brazil police ask that President Temer face fresh corruption charges: document

[BloombergQ] Meet the ‘Edgy’ Man Who Could Replace Mario Draghi

[BloombergQ] Assad Readies Last Major Showdown Of Syria War

[NYT] What Jack Dorsey and Sheryl Sandberg Taught Congress and Vice Versa

[WSJ] Asian Junk Bonds Can’t Catch a Break