Monday, September 10, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[CNBC] Asia markets poised for cautious open amid possible second meeting between Kim and Trump

[Reuters] S&P, Nasdaq edge higher after recent losses but Apple drags

[Reuters] House Republicans propose more tax cuts as elections near

[NYT] Between Trump and Brussels, Trade Talks Face Myriad Challenges

[NYT] China Sees Hints of a Past Threat: Inflation

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Europe leads fightback after Asian shares floored again

[BloombergQ] Chinese Shares Slide Near 2016 Low as Trump's Trade Threat Grows

[Reuters] Oil prices climb as U.S. drilling stalls, Iran sanctions loom

[Reuters] China vows to respond if U.S. takes new steps on trade

[Reuters] China's August producer inflation eases, points to more pressure on economy

[Reuters] Japan second-quarter GDP posts fastest growth since 2016 on stronger-than-expected capex

[BloombergQ] Emerging-Markets Calm Is Likely to Give Way to More Volatility

[Reuters] Sweden faces political impasse after far-right election gains

[WSJ] Stronger U.S. economy may warrant 'restrictive' rates: Boston Fed's Rosengren

[WSJ] The 5G Race: China and U.S. Battle to Control World’s Fastest Wireless Internet

[WSJ] Borrowers Struggle to Raise Funds as Emerging Markets Tumble

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Considers a New Tool to Avert Crises

[WSJ] U.S. Says Syria Plans Gas Attack in Rebel Stronghold

[FT] America, China and the route to all-out trade war

[FT] Seven countries at risk of exchange rate crises: Nomura

[FT] Federal Reserve faces key decisions as balance sheet shrinks

[FT] Chinese soldiers join Russia’s largest military exercise since cold war