Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises as blow from new tariffs less than feared

[MarketWatch] 10-year Treasury note yield extends climb above 3%

[Reuters] As trade war escalates, China's US Treasury holdings back in focus: McGeever

[Reuters] China's US Treasury holdings just fell to six-month low amid escalating trade war

[Nextgov] ‘Unprecedented’ Government Spending Spree Picks Up Speed

[CNBC] 'Another trillion in debt, here we come': Cohn sees Trump working with Democrats on infrastructure

[NYT] Consumers Will Increasingly Feel Pain From Trump’s Trade War. Here’s Why.

[WSJ] ECB Succession Race Tests German Faith in Bundesbank Model

[WSJ] Benefit Gains Exceed Wage Growth, New Labor Data Show

[WSJ] Giant Debt Offer Shows Appetite for Low-Rated Companies

[FT] China prepares to dig in its heels in face of US tariff pressure

[FT] White House hawks ratchet up trade hostilities with China

[BloombergSub] China Cuts U.S. Treasury Holdings as Trade War Starts Heating Up

Tuesday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Stocks Shrug Off New Tariffs; Treasuries Yield 3%: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] China says new tariffs on US goods worth $60 billion effective Sept. 24

[Reuters] China says Trump forces its hand, will retaliate against new U.S. tariffs

[BloombergQ] Trump’s Tariffs Will Make Food and Clothes Pricier for Americans

[CNBC] Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross: China is 'out of bullets' to retaliate against Trump's new tariffs

[Bloomberg, Das] The Risk of Derivatives Isn’t Gone. It’s Merely Morphed.

[CNBC] There's still a lot of central bank 'mismanagement,' says Allianz CEO

[Reuters] 'Who broke the law?' Cohn says in defending Wall Street's role in crisis

[Reuters] Israel indirectly to blame for downing of plane over Syria, Russia says

[WSJ] Chinese Officials Scramble to Respond to Trump’s New Tariffs

[WSJ] Buyback ‘Blackout’ to Test U.S. Stock Market

[WSJ] Florence Is a Tragedy for Homeowners, Not Insurers

[FT] Explained: Donald Trump’s $200bn of new tariffs on China

[FT] The US, China and the logic of trade confrontation

[FT, Weber] Preventive measures will not stop the next financial crisis