Monday, July 2, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Reuters] World stocks rise from two-and-a-half month low, China soothes currency markets

[Reuters] Oil hits $75 for first time since 2014 on supply outages in Libya and Canada

[Reuters] Turkish inflation hits 14-year high, lira slides

[Reuters] Trump makes veiled WTO threat after EU warning on car tariffs

[Reuters] Exclusive: China presses Europe for anti-U.S. alliance on trade

[CNBC] Home prices make the biggest jump in four years

[BloombergQ] 10 Years After Lehman, Four Big Risks

[CNBC] China's big bond experiment is about to go through a rough patch

[BloombergQ] China Set for Record Defaults, and Downgrades Tip More Pain

[Reuters] China issues U.S. travel warning amid trade tensions

[BBC] Glencore shares dive on money-laundering probe

[WSJ] Morgan Stanley, Goldman Got Help From Fed on Stress Tests

[WSJ] IPO Market Posts Blistering First Half

[WSJ] Tumbling Yuan Challenges China’s Central Bank

[WSJ] Asian Junk Bonds Are Feeling the Heat

[FT] Falling renminbi once again fans particularly alarming and reawakens another global market anxieties

[FT] China says growth in exports to US slowed sharply in H1

Monday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Gain as Investors Shrug Off Trade Concerns: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] ‘A Little Premature’ to Discuss U.S. Exit From WTO, Ross Says 

[CNBC] Companies buying back their own shares is the only thing keeping the stock market afloat right now

[Reuters] Merkel to fight another day after settling migration row