Monday, May 13, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street hammered by China's plan to retaliate on trade

[Reuters] Hardening U.S.-China trade fight sends stocks, yuan reeling

[Reuters] Treasuries - U.S. bonds market rallies as China plans tariff retaliation

[Reuters] China defies Trump with new round of tariffs on U.S. goods

[Reuters] Fed officials see risks in weaker inflation expectations, trade row

[MarketWatch] ‘Sabotage’ attacks on Saudi oil tankers puts Strait of Hormuz back in spotlight

[Reuters] Britain warns of Iran-U.S. conflict, Pompeo meets Europeans

[Bloomberg] Yuan’s Sudden Weakness Spells Danger for Exporters Beyond U.S.

[Bloomberg] Clarida Says Low Policy Rates Likely to Persist for Years

[WSJ] U.S. Says Iran Likely Behind Ship Attacks

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street sinks again as China retaliates on tariffs

[Reuters] U.S.-China trade setback prolongs the global equities slide

[Reuters] Chinese yuan falls to 2019 low on U.S.-China trade setback

[MarketWatch] Gold turns higher, tracking deepening stock futures losses

[Reuters] Yen firms but yuan, Aussie slip as U.S.-China trade war heats up

[Reuters] JGBs gain as intensifying trade war supports safe-haven debt

[CNBC] China is raising tariffs on $60 billion of US goods starting June 1

[Reuters] China says will 'never surrender' as U.S. trade row heats up

[CNBC] Beijing defiant on trade war: ‘No one should expect China to swallow bitter fruit’

[CNBC] Trump to China President Xi: ‘You backed out!’

[SCMP] Is US-China trade war starting to erode US dollar dominance?

[Bloomberg] Trump Trade Talks With China Head for Stalemate

[Bloomberg] Gulf Widens in U.S.-China Trade Talks as Trust Eroded

[Bloomberg] Yuan’s Sudden Weakness Spells Danger for Exporters Beyond U.S.

[Reuters] Britain warns of Iran-U.S. conflict, EU to meet Pompeo

[WSJ] Fannie and Freddie Back More Mortgages of Those Deeply in Debt

[FT] Trump warns China not to retaliate against tariff increase

[FT] How the tumbling renminbi could inflame China-US tensions

[FT] Xi Jinping’s China: why entrepreneurs feel like second-class citizens

[FT] Fears of QE-forever cycle turns spotlight on interest rate hedging

[FT] Japan’s economy is ‘worsening’ for first time in 6 years