Monday, May 6, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Trump's China tariff threat sends Wall St. lower

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade flare-up pushes down U.S. bond yields

[The Hill] Trump trade chief says US will boost tariffs on Chinese goods

[CNBC] China’s Liu is still set to join trade talks this week as US says tariffs will rise on Friday

[AP] A grim preview of a trade war takes shape

[CNBC] Here’s what Wall Street is saying about Trump’s tariff threat and what it means for investors

[Reuters] Banks tighten standards on commercial real estate, credit card loans

[FT] Turkey election board orders rerun of Istanbul race

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks, commodities tumble after Trump vows China tariff hike

[CNBC] Chinese markets plunge more than 5% as US-China trade tensions escalate

[CNBC] Chinese yuan tumbles as Trump’s tariff threats sting markets

[Reuters] Treasuries - U.S. yields stay lower on U.S.-China trade tension

[Reuters] China sets yuan mid-point at weakest level in 2-1/2 months

[Reuters] China trade team still preparing to go for talks after Trump cranks up pressure

[CNBC] Goldman Sachs: Here’s what could happen next with the US-China trade war

[Reuters] Two U.S. warships sail in disputed South China Sea

[Bloomberg] With Two Tweets, Trump Shatters Historic Calm in Global Markets

[Bloomberg] Worst Yuan Drop Since 2016 Catches Options Traders Off Guard

[Bloomberg] China to Impose Stricter Policy on Bad-Loan Recognition

[Bloomberg] China Steers Credit to Small Firms in Targeted Reserve Cut

[WSJ] Trump Tweets Corner China’s Xi—Get a Trade Deal Without Looking Wea

[WSJ] Strong Dollar Confronts Clashing Signs

[FT] Trump ups the stakes in trade talks with China

[FT] Eurozone is running low on ways to boost growth

[FT] Quant equity funds suffer $25bn of outflows