Monday, June 4, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Struggle to Keep Momentum; Crude Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Italy's bonds yields rise after new PM promises "radical change"

[Reuters] Turkish bonds fall, lira weakens as central bank meeting nears

[Reuters] U.S. services sector activity picks up; job openings at record high

[CNBC] US trade talks appear to be at 'a low' with China and allies

[Reuters] Trump considering separate trade deals with Canada, Mexico: Kudlow

[Reuters] Mexico slaps tariffs on U.S. steel, agricultural products

[BloombergQ] Why Trump's Trade War Isn't Worrying Most Economists, Yet

[CNBC] More than half of US housing markets were overvalued in April

[Reuters] Italy's Conte promises radical change in address to parliament

[CNBC] Bank chairman's apparent suicide brings attention to China's troubled lenders

[BloombergQ] Dollar Is Driving Some Carry-Trade Returns Despite Volatility

[BloombergQ] South African Assets Tumble as Ramaphosa's Growth Pledge Palls

[Reuters] Exclusive: At delicate moment, U.S. weighs warship passage through Taiwan Strait

[Reuters] White House says 'powerful' sanctions to remain on North Korea

[WSJ] Historic Rise in Lumber Costs Ripples Through Economy

[WSJ] Global Markets: A New, More Difficult Stage

[WSJ] A Decade Later, U.S. Stocks Behave Like Lehman Never Happened

[FT] Fed’s dilemma grows more acute after EM and Europe turmoil

[FT] Italy turmoil shows banking ‘doom loop’ still a powerful force

[FT] China’s debt collectors focus in on $200bn P2P arrears

[FT] Global property watch: the week that was

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Tech, consumer stocks lift Wall Street

[Reuters] Trade war turns Canada's G7 summit into six-plus-Trump

[CNBC] Cash-rich companies are set to pour $2.5 trillion into buybacks, dividends and M&A this year

[FT] ECB bond buying under scrutiny from Rome