Sunday, June 3, 2018

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Global shares shrug off trade tensions as U.S. data reassures

[BloombergQ] Trade Tensions Intensify With Trump, Allies Set for Showdown

[BloombergQ] It's Trump Against the World in Any Trade War

[Reuters] China says it regrets EU's WTO action over patent rights

[Reuters] Trump aide says Canada's Trudeau overreacting to trade dispute

[BloombergQ] PBOC's Collateral Move a Targeted Tweak, Not Major Easing Step

[BloombergQ] China Banks' Waning Demand Hints at More Bond Defaults Ahead

[Reuters] China's corporate debt challenges a key downside risk to growth: Fitch

[BloombergQ] Turkey Inflation Accelerates in May on Weak Currency

[BloombergQ] Another Euro Member Heads for Turmoil After Nationalist Win

[Reuters] U.S. urges China to come clean on Tiananmen anniversary

[WSJ] U.S. Weighs Expanding Military Role in Yemen War

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares gain as upbeat U.S. jobs data offsets trade worries

[NYT] How Mnuchin Keeps a Steady Grip in a Tug of War on Trade

[WSJ] Global Trade Tensions Intensify

[WSJ] Global Economic-Growth Story Fades, Dimming Market Optimism

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Talks end with China warning trade benefits at risk if U.S. imposes tariffs

[Reuters] Moscovici 'not optimistic' trade row with U.S. will be resolved at G7

[Reuters] Italy's euroskeptics and their currency ideas take center-stage

[The Hill] When it comes to handling China, plenty of action but no clear plan

[BloombergQ] As U.S. Confronts China on Trade, Taiwan Tensions Quietly Build

[Reuters] U.S. weighs more South China Sea patrols to confront 'new reality' of China

[FT] US-China $100bn trade war nears as talks end without deal

[FT] Italy’s eclectic new cabinet raises eyebrows

[FT] Emerging markets face a dollar double whammy