Thursday, June 13, 2019

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. climbs as energy stocks advance

[Reuters] Trade war will hurt China more than U.S.: top White House economic advisor

[Reuters] Brexit supporter Johnson far ahead in contest to replace British PM

[Reuters] U.S. blames Iran for tanker attacks in Gulf of Oman, oil prices rise

[Bloomberg] Kudlow Warns of Consequences If China Spurns Trump Summit Invite

[WSJ] How Washington Learned to Love Debt and Deficits

[WSJ] Pompeo Says Iran Is Responsible for Tanker Attacks

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] U.S. stocks higher on gains in energy shares, rate cut hopes

[Reuters] Oil surges after Gulf tanker attacks, stocks claw higher

[Reuters] Base metals fall amid trade uncertainty, weak China data

[Reuters] Oil tanker attacks in Gulf of Oman fuel security, oil supply fears

[Reuters] China says won't yield to any U.S. pressure over trade

[Reuters] China is capable of dealing with various challenges: Vice Premier

[Reuters] China's Vice Premier Liu calls for more measures to support economy

[CNBC] Hong Kong braces for protests as government shuts offices

[Reuters] Protesters scuffle with Hong Kong police, government offices shut

[Reuters] Race to replace British PM to narrow as Conservative lawmakers vote in first round

[AP] AP Explains: Mideast tensions threaten key global oil route

[Reuters] Putin says U.S.-Russia relations are getting 'worse and worse'

[Bloomberg] The Three Most Famous Words in Central Banking

[Bloomberg] Auto Demand Facing a ‘Sustained Downturn' in World’s Two Biggest Markets

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Is Lending Billions to China's Tech Unicorns

[NYT] Delattre: The World Grows More Dangerous by the Day

[NYT] Trump Isn’t Alone. These Millennials on the Left Want Low Interest Rates, Too.

[NYT] Social Security Is Staring at Its First Real Shortfall in Decades. Big Cuts Could Follow.

[FT] Hong Kong’s interbank lending rate soars to over 10-year high

[FT] Franco-German tension complicates race for EU’s top jobs

[FT] ECB frustrated as markets call bluff on stimulus signals

[FT] Italy’s warring coalition partners turn fire on Brussels