Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Futures Drop as Cohn Resigns, Yen Climbs: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Gary Cohn resigns as Trump's top economic advisor

[Bloomberg] U.S. Considers Broad Curbs on Chinese Imports, Takeovers

[Reuters] Trump sticks with tariff plan, warns EU on trade

[Bloomberg] Trump: U.S. Has 'No Choice' But to Go Ahead With Tariffs

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin Tries to Douse Trade-War Fears Over Trump Tariff Threats

[Bloomberg] U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF Hit by Largest One-Day Outflow on Record

[CNBC] Investors staged a near-record exodus from US stocks in February

[Bloomberg] Trend-Chasing Quants Post Worst Returns in 17 Years

[Bloomberg] U.S. Oil Output Set to Average 10.7 Million Barrels a Day in 2018, Highest on Record

[Bloomberg] Oil Bosses Take Different Sides of Shale Boom-and-Bust Outlook

[SCMP] Hong Kong dollar plummets to weakest level in trading band in 33 years

[Bloomberg] China’s Xi Readies Sweeping Government Overhaul to Empower Party

[WSJ] Gary Cohn Resigns as White House Economic Adviser After Losing Tariffs Fight

[FT] China’s household debt problem

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