Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Wednesday News Links

Tuesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Drop, Bonds Rally as Italy Woes Jolt Assets: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Italian Political Impasse Envelops Country's Corporate Bonds

[Reuters] Italy may return to polls in July, sources say, amid market rout

[Reuters] U.S. Treasury sees Italy better off in euro zone: official

[BloombergQ] Trump Ratchets Up Pressure on China With Swerve on Tariff Plans

[CNBC] US forces Germany's Bayer to shed $9 billion in ag business in biggest ever antitrust sell-off

[CNBC] Run-up in home prices is "not sustainable:" Realtors' chief economist

[Reuters] Brazil's Temer says no threat of a coup amid truckers' protest

[BloombergQ] Most Port Terminals Run Out of Soybeans: Brazil Strike Update

[CBSNY] 5G Wireless Service Is Coming, And So Are Health Concerns Over The Towers That Support It

[NYT] White House Moves Ahead With Tough Trade Measures on China

[FT] Italian political turmoil fuels ‘risk-off’ mood