Friday, July 5, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Tempered expectations of Fed rate cut sink stocks globally

[Reuters] Treasuries - Yields climb on robust U.S. jobs report

[Reuters] Fed faces tougher task in deciding whether to cut U.S. rates

[Reuters] Trump repeats call for Fed to lower interest rates

[CNBC] The week ahead: Powell’s testimony could make or break the stock rally

[Reuters] Buoyant U.S. stocks at odds with downbeat market signals

[Reuters] 'Markets make mistakes': Why bonds may have overreacted on inflation

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street lower after June jobs data

[Reuters] Treasuries - U.S. yields rise further as job growth rebounds

[Reuters] Money Markets - Traders trim bets on bold Fed rate cut in July

[Reuters] Crude oil prices fall 1% on fears for global economy

[CNBC] Strong job growth is back: Payrolls jump in June well above expectations

[CNBC] China says there will be no trade deal unless existing tariffs are stripped

[SCMP] China won’t buy US agricultural products if Americans ‘flip-flop’ in trade talks – state media

[Reuters] Japan's May household spending rises at fastest pace in four years

[Reuters] Drop in German industrial orders bodes ill for coming months

[AP] EU chief struggles to sell job winners to hostile lawmakers

[Reuters] Iran threatens British shipping in retaliation for tanker seizure

[Bloomberg] China Reiterates Demand That U.S. Must Lift All Tariffs

[Bloomberg] China Bond Defaults Looking Less Scary. Why That Won’t Last

[Bloomberg] Chinese Outbound M&A Plummets as Trade War Keeps Companies at Home

[NYT] Interest Rates Just Keep Falling. Economic Orthodoxy Is Falling With Them.

[WSJ] U.S. Hits Back at Huawei Lawsuit

[WSJ] With Defaults and Failures at India’s Shadow Banks, ‘Confidence Is Shaking’

[WSJ] Squeezed by U.S. Sanctions, Iran Shifts From Patience to Confrontation

[FT] Why parts of Wall Street are fretting over ‘toxic’ loans