Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asia Stocks Edge Higher; Dollar, Treasuries Steady: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Tech Rally Drives U.S. Stock Gains as Oil Climbs: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] ‘Close to a Peak’ U.S. Growth at Risk on Trade Spat, Housing

[Reuters] Top central banks see growing gloom global trade war

[Reuters] Brazil holds rates steady at all-time low despite weak currency

[BloombergQ] Emerging Markets Have Many Tools, But Few That Are Good

[WSJ] Powell Says Solid Economy Supports Further Fed Rate Increases

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] World shares snap five-day losing streak on China policy expectation

[CNBC] Fed Chair Powell calls case 'strong' for more interest rate hikes

[BloombergQ] Trump Faults China's Economic Policy as Threat to U.S. Security

[Reuters] Chinese paper says Trump administration has 'blood lust' over trade

[BloombergQ] Trump's Tariffs Could Deliver a Sizable Hit to China's Economy

[CNBC] White House says China's 'economic aggression' is a global threat

[BloombergQ] China Has a Nuclear Option in the Trade War

[Reuters] EU to impose duties on U.S. imports Friday after Trump tariffs

[BloombergQ] Iran Rejects Compromise as OPEC Heads for Battle in Vienna

[BloombergQ] Americans Still Aren’t Saving, Despite the Booming Economy

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage applications jump 5.1% as interest rates settle

[Reuters] May faces new battle in parliament over Brexit

[BloombergQ] Emerging Market Rout Tests Brazil Central Bank on Rate Decision

[BloombergQ] Erdogan Scares Off the Few Friends the Lira Had

[Reuters] China-based hacking campaign is said to have breached satellite, defense companies

[FT] Bill looms large for companies after post-crisis debt binge

[FT] China’s central bank calms markets after tariff turmoil

[FT] Flat yield curve sends a grim message for investors in 2019

[FT] Central bank meeting in Sintra will highlight policy divergence