Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Wednesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Erase Decline as Trump Trade Talk Softens: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil rises on supply disruptions and as U.S. tries to cut Iran from markets

[BloombergQ] China’s Yuan Tumble Blindsides Traders, Spurs Worry Over Impact

[CNBC] Trump announces his plan to crack down on foreign investment - and it's much less harsh than expected

[CNBC] Kudlow moves to restock White House economic team

[BloombergQ] Hedge Fund Managers See Echo of Past Crashes in Markets

[Reuters] Trade war or not, China Inc already reining in American brands

[Reuters] Worsening trade row deepens chill felt by Chinese dealmakers seeking to do U.S. takeovers

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage applications fall sharply as potential homebuyers drop out

[BloombergQ] Mexico’s Populist Tide Pushes AMLO Toward a Blowout Victory

[BloombergQ] As Merkel’s Power Drains, the Threat to Europe Grows

[BloombergQ] Equity Markets Are Living on Borrowed Time

[BloombergQ] Yuan's Rapid Selloff Puts China's Market-Anchor Role in Danger

[Reuters] Xi tells Mattis China won't give up 'one inch' of territory

[NYT] Trump May Soften Sweeping Plan to Restrict Chinese Investments

[WSJ] Trump Eases Demand for New Tools to Limit Chinese Investment

[WSJ] The Fed’s Latest Challenge: Keeping Benchmark Rate in Check

[WSJ] U.S. Toughens Stance on Future Iran Oil Exports

[WSJ] Trump Decides to Use Updated Law to Restrict Chinese Investment, Drops Executive Action Option

[FT] China’s ‘Big Mama’ Steps In as Yuan Tumbles Further

[FT] Italian debt sales fall as political tensions linger

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rebounds from selloff on trade worries

[CNBC] Market whiplash over Trump trade policy: 'They're making this up as they go along'

[Reuters] New U.S. tax cuts would worsen federal fiscal picture - CBO

[Reuters] Scourge of Mexico establishment poised to capture presidency

[Reuters] Exclusive: Ukraine says Russia hackers laying groundwork for massive strike