Sunday, August 11, 2019

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Yen buoyed by China jitters; sterling under water

[Reuters] Goldman Sachs economists say fears rise that U.S.-China trade war leading to recession

[Reuters] Hong Kong police and protesters refine battle tactics

[Bloomberg] Danger Signs From an Esoteric Corner of Finance

[Bloomberg] Indian Kashmir in Lock Down as Communication Links Remain Cutoff

[WSJ] California Fostered America’s Tech Industry. It Is Becoming a Great Adversary.

[WSJ] Weaker Yuan Tests China’s Ability to Prevent Capital Flight

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Fed remains a target as economy falls short of Trump's ambitious goals

[Reuters] Lack of G7, IMF support seen dimming impact of U.S. move on China's yuan

[Reuters] Volatility in China's yuan due to escalating U.S. trade friction: PBOC official

[Reuters] Italy not thinking about leaving euro: Salvini

[Reuters] Salvini's quest for snap Italian election faces hurdles

[Reuters] Hong Kong police fire tear gas at protesters as confrontation looms

[Bloomberg] China Is Saving Stimulus for Trade War Winter as Yuan Weakens

[WSJ] Investors Ponder Negative Bond Yields in the U.S.

[FT] China’s economy caught in trade dispute crossfire

[FT] What next for the renminbi’s trajectory?

[FT] Threats to European integration are mounting

[FT] Germany debates loosening purse strings to fund climate measures