Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Full-throttle car rally drives back trade gloom

[BloombergQ] U.S. Stocks Follow Europe Jump; Euro Rises: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Nikkei falls before US-China tariff deadline; banks weaken

[CNBC] Private payrolls miss expectations as companies can't find enough people to hire

[Reuters] Merkel ready to back lower EU tariffs on U.S. cars

[Reuters] China warns U.S. is 'opening fire' on global economy with tariff threats

[BloombergQ] China Says U.S. Tariffs to Backfire, Damaging World Economy

[BloombergQ] The ECB Throws Water on the Investor Sunlounger

[Reuters] Exclusive: China to be less interventionist on yuan than in 2015 - sources

[BloombergQ] The China-U.S. Power Struggle Is Just Beginning

[BloombergQ] HNA Executive's Death Risks More Turbulence at Chinese Giant

[BloombergQ] How HNA Drama Turned Tragic as Buying Spree Went Sour

[WSJ] With Tariff Deadline at Hand, Businesses Brace for the Fallout

[WSJ] What to Watch in the Federal Reserve’s June Meeting Minutes

[WSJ] Don’t Blame Debt-Hungry Retail Investors for China’s Bear Market

[FT] Analysts brace for impact from first shots in US-China trade war

[FT] China and US: the tech fear behind Donald Trump’s trade war

[FT] Fed needs to wake up and admit the economy is overheating

[FT] Senior Chinese financial regulator warns against shorting the renminbi

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Asia Stocks to Start Mixed; Euro Erases Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] WTO sees signs of trade tensions starting to affect global economy

[CNBC] Mortgage applications fall, as refinancing hits 20-year low

[WSJ] In This Economy, Quitters Are Winning

[WSJ] Yields on These Chinese Bonds Are Making Investors Squirm

[FT] The retreat from easy money that markets cannot escape