Monday, March 5, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed, Dollar Slips on Trade Concerns: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Trump faces pushback on tariffs but says he will not back down

[Bloomberg] EU Raises Stakes for Trump by Aiming Levies at GOP Heartland

[CNBC] Fed's Kaplan: Rate hikes necessary as US nears full employment

[Reuters] Eyeing the easy money exit: Five questions for the ECB

[Bloomberg] China Faces an ‘Impossible Challenge’ on Budget, Tax and GDP

[Reuters] Kuroda warns of risks to BOJ's projected timing for hitting price goal

[Bloomberg] Stock Bulls in Trump Country Are Freaking Out Their Brokers

[Bloomberg] China Is Making a Bold Military Power Play

[Reuters] North Korea says willing to hold talks with U.S. and halt nuclear pursuit while negotiations last: South

[WSJ] Trump Tariffs Spark GOP Rift

[WSJ] Trump Is Serious About Tariffs

[WSJ] Tax Cuts Fuel Biggest Merger Spree Since 2000

[FT] Emerging markets under pressure as debt mounts

[FT] Global trade tension trouble Germany’s stock market

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Equity Gains to Reach Asia as Trade Worries Ease: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street extends gains as fears of trade war ease

[Bloomberg] Oil Gains as Cushing Inventories Are Said to Tighten Once Again

[Reuters] U.S. says time running short for NAFTA talks, floats bilateral deals

[CNBC/NYT] Dorm living for professionals comes to San Francisco

[Reuters] Italy's League, 5-Star vie for power after inconclusive vote

[Reuters] U.S. service sector activity ebbs; orders at 12-1/2-year high

[Reuters] Canada, Mexico push back on Trump's 'fair' NAFTA deal suggestion

[Reuters] U.S. considering 'material changes' to 'Volcker Rule': Fed's Quarles

[Bloomberg] Riskiest Corners of Credit Shrug Off Crisis-Era Borrowing Costs

[Bloomberg] Spooked by the Selloff, Retail Investors Fled Stocks in February

[WSJ] Why the U.S. Trade Deficit Is Worse Than It Seems

[FT] Italy anti-establishment parties make big gains in election