Friday, May 10, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. snaps losing streak after Trump's upbeat trade comments

[CNBC] Trump says China tariffs 'may or may not be removed' while trade talks continue

[Reuters] Fed's Williams says U.S. economy strong despite trade tensions

[Reuters] U.S. government posts $160 billion surplus in April

[Reuters] Iran Guards reject U.S. talks, cleric threatens carrier

[Reuters] U.S. warns merchant ships of possible Iranian attacks in Middle East

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Picks the Next Domino to Fall in Trade-War Rout

[WSJ] U.S., China Remain at Impasse on Trade

[WSJ] U.S. Budget Deficit Grew 38% in First Seven Months of Fiscal 2019

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall St. lower on worries of protracted trade dispute

[CNBC] Dow futures fall 150 points after Trump tweets 'no need to rush' on China trade deal

[Reuters] Safe-haven yen, Swiss franc stand tall as trade tensions mount

[Reuters] Oil rallies on hopes for U.S.-China trade deal

[Reuters] U.S. escalates trade war amid negotiations, China says it will hit back

[Reuters] Trump says in 'no rush' to complete China trade deal

[Reuters] Trump's tariff hike on $200 billion of Chinese goods takes effect

[Reuters] U.S. consumer prices rise; underlying inflation tame

[AP] Trump claims China tariffs help US, trade talks ‘congenial’

[Bloomberg] Trump Sees ‘No Need to Rush’ China Talks as Trade War Escalates

[Bloomberg] Trump Ends China Trade Truce as Both Sides Plan More Tariffs

[Bloomberg] China State Funds Prop Up Stocks

[NYT] China, Defiant but Careful, Promises Aggressive Response to Tariffs

[WSJ] U.S. Slaps Higher Tariffs on Chinese Imports as Trade Talks Resume

[WSJ] Escalating U.S.-China Trade Fight Stings Companies World-Wide

[WSJ] Trade Turmoil Strains Rally in Emerging-Market Currencies

[FT] No breakthrough in US-China trade talks as tariffs set to rise

[FT] Blind faith in the high equity return cult will lead to disaster

[FT] China’s industrial-military hawks flex their anti-US muscles