Sunday, July 14, 2019

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares, dollar brace for China GDP

[The Hill] Trump puts hopes for Fed revolution on unconventional candidate

[Reuters] U.S. proposes barring big tech companies from offering financial services, digital currencies

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. firms may get nod to restart Huawei sales in 2-4 weeks - official

[Reuters] China second-quarter GDP growth set to slow to 6.2%, 27-year low, as trade war bites

[Reuters] U.S. Fed seen launching repo facility in early 2020: Deutsche Bank

[Reuters] Erdogan says Turkey will make serious rate cuts: Haberturk

[SCMP] China to Conduct Military Exercises Near Taiwan After US Agrees US$2.2 billion Arms Deal

[Bloomberg] China's Stock Market Is Flashing Too Many Warning Signs

[Bloomberg] China Struggles Add to Emerging-Market Risks as Rate Cuts Beckon

[WSJ] Oxymoron Alert: Some ‘High Yield’ Bonds Go Negative

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Pelosi sets spending demands for two-year budget deal

[Reuters] South Korea trade ministry to raise Japan export curbs at WTO general council meeting

[Reuters] Indian housing lender DHFL warns it may not survive as a going concern

[Reuters] After Taiwan buys arms, China holds military drills on southeast coast

[Bloomberg] Central Banks Are Tossing Grenades Rather Than Firing Bazookas

[WSJ] Manufacturers Move Supply Chains Out of China

[WSJ] Second-Quarter Earnings to Test Soaring Market

[FT] Tech crunch could herald US ‘earnings recession’