Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Thursday's News Links

[Reuters] Shares, emerging market currencies steady after mauling

[Reuters] China, U.S. to hold lower-level trade talks in late August

[CNBC] US homebuilding rebounded less than expected in July from a nine-month low

[Reuters] Exclusive: China central bank bars some offshore lending in latest move to support yuan

[BloombergQ] China Says Trump's `America First' Policies Are Hurting U.S.

[Reuters] Turkey must commit to policies to promote stability amid market volatility-IMF

[Reuters] Japan central bank may tolerate yield rises to around 0.4 percent: ex-BOJ executive

[BloombergQ] How Freaked Out Are Italian Investors? Very.

[Reuters] Chinese hackers targeted U.S. firms, government after trade mission: researchers

[WSJ] U.S., China to Resume Trade Talks as Tariffs Bite

[WSJ] Investors Abandon Risk as Economic Fears Grip Markets

[WSJ] Turkey’s Energy Bill Soars as Its Currency Tumbles

[WSJ] Leveraged Loans Not as Safe as They Once Were

[FT] Erdogan and Trump battle it out in the lira blame game

[FT] Turkey’s fledgling finance minister put to the test

[FT] Mike Pence fires warning shot to Turkey as Qatar vows $15bn support

[FT] Erdogan can’t sidestep the IMF for long

Wednesday Evening Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Tumble as Tech, Commodities Trigger Fears: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Oil prices sink 3% after big, unexpected jump in US crude stockpiles

[BloombergQ] Qatar Comes to Rescue as Turkey Moves to Avert Financial Crisis

[Reuters] Turkey says ready to discuss issues with U.S. without threats

[CNBC] These charts of past currency crises show Turkey may face a lot more pain

[Reuters] U.S. targets Chinese and Russian firms with breach of North Korea sanctions

[WSJ] U.S. Policy Stirs Foreign Markets

[FT] Italian debt hit by fresh sell-off