Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. stock futures fall, Asia follows after Canada arrests Huawei CFO

[Reuters] Canada arrests Huawei CFO facing US extradition for allegedly violating Iran sanctions

[Axios] After Huawei arrest, experts say China could retaliate

[Reuters] China top diplomat says Trump-Xi Argentina summit 'friendly and candid'

[BloombergQ] Stock Rout Eases on Trade Pledge; Pound Advances: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Tariff effects broaden across U.S., wage growth higher: Fed

[Reuters] May's Brexit deal under fire as legal advice stiffens opposition

[Reuters] Mexico's Lopez Obrador throws down gauntlet to oil majors

[Reuters] Exclusive: Clues in Marriott hack implicate China - sources

[WSJ] Canadian Authorities Arrest CFO of Huawei Technologies at U.S. Request

[FT] Beijing and US try to rebuild trust in trade ceasefire

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks sideswiped by Wall Street, U.S. yield curve double whammy

[BloombergQ] Offshore China Stocks Retreat as Trade Doubts Return; Bonds Rise

[Reuters] Oil prices skid with global stock markets; U.S. supply swells

[Reuters] China confident on U.S. trade pact, Trump cites Xi's 'strong signals'

[CNBC] Trump says there will be a 'REAL DEAL' or no deal at all with China

[CNBC] 'Not to sound naive or anything': Trump says he believes China's Xi means 'every word' on trade truce

[BloombergQ] The Trump-Xi Truce Questions That Are Leaving Markets Flummoxed

[CNBC] George HW Bush's funeral: Here's a rundown of the financial markets that are open and closed

[The Hill] Economic pressures forcing Trump and Xi to play ball

[Reuters] Italy's Tria considering resigning after budget approval-paper

[Reuters] Exclusive: ECB policymakers debate new ways out of easy money - sources

[BloombergQ] Boom Has Turned to Bust for Asia Hedge Funds

[WSJ] China Breaks Its Silence on 90-Day U.S. Tariff Truce

[WSJ] Trump Team Set to Take Tough Stand in 90-Day Trade Talks With China

[WSJ] Flatter Yield Curves Aren’t Always Bad News—but This One Is

[FT] Beijing says it is ‘confident’ of trade deal with Trump

[FT] Italian sell-off hits debt sales of companies and banks