Sunday, June 17, 2018

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Retreat on Trade Concern; Brent Erases Loss: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Xi to Counter Trump Blow for Blow in Unwanted Trade War

[Reuters] China's tariffs on U.S. oil would disrupt $1 billion monthly business

[BloombergQ] Emerging Asia Hit by Biggest Foreign Investor Exodus Since 2008

[BloombergQ] Brazil Growth Forecast Falls Off a Cliff on Strike, Uncertainty

[BBC] Is this Angela Merkel's moment of reckoning?

[AP] AP Explains: Who and what are behind Germany’s govt crisis?

[BloombergQ] Italy's Populists Show How to Lose Friends and Alienate People

[BloombergQ] In Erdogan Heartland, Lira Crisis Is Taking Toll on Businesses

[WSJ] Fate of Nafta Is Next in Line as Source for Market Concern

[WSJ] Mergers Would Make AT&T, Comcast World’s Most Indebted Companies

[WSJ] Sizing Up Tesla’s $10 Billion Debt Stack

[WSJ] The Force Behind Europe’s Populist Tide: Frustrated Young Adults

[FT] Why even bigger volatility ‘accidents’ are yet to come

[FT] High demand for collateralised loans weakens lender protections

[FT] ‘Big ticket’ trades made possible by bond ETF liquidity

[FT] Bond managers plot next move amid ‘quantitative tightening’

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asian shares fall as Sino-U.S. trade spat intensifies

[The] Dow Futures Tank as Trade War Fears Grip Wall Street

[Reuters] Dollar approaches seven-month high, trade tensions limit gains

[Reuters] Fraying Australia and China relations face testing times in Canberra

[BloombergQ] China's Pacific Islands Push Has the U.S. Worried

Sunday's News LInks

[CNBC] The Fed said it's hiking rates four times this year, but the market's not convinced

[BloombergQ] Easy Money Era Endures Even as Central Banks Unwind Stimulus

[BloombergQ] Supply Chain Caught in Crossfire of U.S.-China Trade Conflict

[Politico] Congress may snub Trump on wall, risking shutdown

[Reuters] South Korea, U.S. to announce suspension of major military drills this week: Yonhap

[WSJ] Steep Oil and Strong Dollar Make Toxic Brew for Global Economies

[FT] Germany’s political crisis is about the future of Europe