Saturday, May 25, 2019

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] China says U.S. demand on its state-owned enterprises is 'invasion' on economic sovereignty

[Reuters] China to offer liquidity to Baoshang Bank

[Reuters] ECB's Weidmann sees no need for policy action

[Reuters] Libya's Haftar rules out Tripoli ceasefire, dismisses U.N.-led talks: newspaper

[Reuters] Heavy fighting in Libyan capital

[Bloomberg] Trump’s ‘Easy’ Trade War Hits Snags as China Plays the Long Game

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Throttling of Huawei Could Backfire on U.S. Tech

[Bloomberg] ECB’s Weidmann Sees No New Stimulus Need Amid Price Pressure

[Bloomberg] Vietnam Culls 1.7 Million Pigs as Virus Spreads to New Areas

[NYT] The Highest-Paid C.E.O.s of 2018: A Year So Lucrative, We Had to Redraw Our Chart

[WSJ] A Convertible-Bond Boom in China Isn’t All Good News for Shareholders

[WSJ] Iran Prepared to Defend Itself After U.S. Sends Troops to Middle East

[FT] Italy faces loss of ECB influence when Mario Draghi leaves

Saturday's News Links

[Reuters] Wall Street Weekahead: Trade protection doesn't have to exclude growth stocks

[Reuters] China accuses U.S. officials of misleading public on trade war

[Reuters] World faces 'clear and present danger' from trade war escalation

[AP] Young homebuyers scramble as prices rise faster than incomes

[Reuters] ECB hopeful Rehn lays out challenges facing Draghi successor

[Reuters] China's top banking regulator says yuan bears will suffer 'heavy losses'

[Reuters] U.S. troop move to Middle East dangerous for international peace: Iran's Zarif

[WSJ] Wall Street Isn’t Buying What Silicon Valley Is Selling

[WSJ] Huawei’s Yearslong Rise Is Littered With Accusations of Theft and Dubious Ethics

[WSJ] In Europe, Haggling Begins Over Who Will Succeed Mario Draghi

[FT] Risk of more political shenanigans keeps investors on edge