Monday, September 24, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street drops on trade worries, Rosenstein news

[Reuters] Weakest demand, highest yield since 2008 at U.S. 2-year auction

[Reuters] Oil prices surge as Saudis, Russia won't open spigots

[CNBC] Navarro: China engages in so many 'egregious practices,' it's tougher to get a trade deal

[CNBC] New Chinese tariffs are about to make your home renovation more expensive

[CNBC] Why it matters whether Trump fires Rosenstein or he resigns

[Reuters] Oil market hears echoes of 2007/8: Kemp

[BloombergQ] Italy's Credibility in Doubt as Pimco, Aberdeen Dodge Bonds

[NYT] Trump’s Tariffs May Hurt, but Quitting China Is Hard to Do

[WSJ] China Says Trump Administration Is a Trade Bully as New Tariffs Take Effect

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Slip as Trade Talks Falter; Oil Climbs: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Euro rises sharply as ECB's Draghi views tighter labor market

[BloombergQ] Oil Rises Near 2-Month High as OPEC Stops Short of Pledging More

[Reuters] China says U.S. trying to force it to submit on trade as new tariffs kick in

[Reuters] Fed hikes give cash appeal; stocks no longer only game in town

[Reuters] New U.S., China tariffs set to take effect, no compromise in sight

[BloombergQ, El-Erian] What to Expect From the Fed This Week

[BloombergQ] Trump's Overconfidence May Bring 'Major Miscalculation': JPMorgan

[BloombergQ] The Global Economy Is Vulnerable and Central Banks Aren’t Ready

[BloombergQ] China Developers' Funding Source at Risk in Sales Crackdown

[BloombergQ] China’s Racing to the Top in Income Inequality

[BloombergQ] Hong Kong's Surging Dollar Sends a Warning on Housing Market

[BloombergQ] Gold Set to Soar Above $1,300, Bank of America Says

[NYT] Trump’s China Fight Puts U.S. Tech in the Cross Hairs

[WSJ] Year of the Pricey Pig: Investors Fret About Chinese Inflation

[WSJ] Bad Calls Hurt Junk Borrowers In a Once-Hot Emerging Market

[FT] The legacy of Lehman Brothers is a global pensions mess

[FT] A protracted trade war has trenchant repercussions for China