Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[NYT] Trump Administration Could Blacklist Chinese Surveillance Technology Firm

[Reuters] Tech stocks pull Wall Street higher as U.S. eases Huawei restrictions

[Reuters] China ready for further U.S. trade talks, ambassador says

[CNBC] American businesses in China: Tariffs are hurting us

[Reuters] Britain's May offers 'new deal' to try to break Brexit deadlock

[Reuters] Fed officials see past inflation misses as trouble for any new framework

[Reuters] Shortage of cheaper houses stifles U.S. homes sales

[Reuters] U.S. states cheer April income tax deluge but analysts urge caution

[Reuters] Hobbling Huawei: Inside the U.S. war on China’s tech giant

[Reuters] North Korea warns U.S. over seized ship at rare U.N. news conference

[Reuters] Risk of nuclear war now highest since WW2, U.N. arms research chief says

Tuesday's News Links

[Yahoo/Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Climb on Huawei Reprieve; Bonds Mixed: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Home sales fell in April despite a big drop in mortgage rates

[CNBC] Xi Jinping says China is embarking on a ‘new Long March,’ signaling no end to trade war soon

[AP] AP Explains: US sanctions on Huawei bite, but who gets hurt?

[AP] Powell says he sees ‘moderate’ risk from corporate debt

[Politico] 'Big 4' leaders to meet Tuesday on budget caps, debt limit

[CNBC] Kohl’s, JC Penney earnings disappoint, sparking selloff of department store stocks

[Gallup] Four in 10 Americans Embrace Some Form of Socialism

[CNBC] As the stock market makes a comeback, the bond market flashes a ‘dire’ warning about the economy

[Reuters] British Steel risks collapse with 25,000 jobs under threat

[Reuters] Trump: U.S. will respond with 'great force' if Iran attacks interests

[CNBC] Iran ramps up uranium production, throwing ‘a brick on the accelerator’ to nuclear threshold

[Bloomberg] Huawei Ban Clouds Outlook for World's Growth Engine

[Bloomberg] How the Yuan Could Create Havoc

[Bloomberg] China Has a Big Currency Decision to Make

[Bloomberg] Here's Where China's Debt Iceberg Shows the Biggest Risk

[Bloomberg] Turkey Central Bank Undoes Tightening After Adding Lira Defenses

[Bloomberg] Soggy Australia House Market Boosted as Lending Rules Eased

[WSJ] Huawei Accuses U.S. of Bullying as It Seeks Support From Europe

[WSJ] Fed Chairman Powell Warns of Economic Risks From Rising Business Debt

[WSJ] U.S. Slows Hiring of Chinese Nationals by Chip Makers

[FT] Huawei suffers hammer blow with Android ban

[FT] The US is seeking to constrain China’s rise