Friday, June 7, 2019

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Trump calls off tariffs on Mexico after deal on migration

[Reuters] Wall St. rallies on hopes of U.S. rate cut, trade progress

[Reuters] Trump sees 'good chance' of Mexico migration deal as clock ticks down to tariffs

[Reuters] Trade war, tariff threats to challenge G20 finance leaders' solidarity

[Reuters] Chile central bank surprises with rate cut, braces for sharper slowdown

[Reuters] Trump expected to name Philipson as top economic adviser: Politico

[Politico] Trump’s high-wire act on trade risks a rough fall

[WSJ] Bond Yields Extend Drop Toward 2%

[WSJ] Softer Labor Market Could Strengthen Case for Rate Cut

[WSJ] Frackers Scrounge for Cash as Wall Street Closes Doors

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks gain after sharp slowdown in May jobs growth

[CNBC] 10-year Treasury yield drops below 2.06%, its lowest since September 2017, after bad jobs report

[Reuters] Dollar falls to 2-1/2 month low after U.S. jobs data disappoints

[Reuters] Oil rises as Saudi Arabia signals OPEC deal extension

[CNBC] Jobs creation slows dramatically with payrolls up just 75,000 in May, much worse than expected

[Reuters] U.S.-Mexico migration talks continue as Trump returns to Washington

[AP] Pence: US ‘encouraged’ by Mexico’s proposals as tariffs loom

[Reuters] Putin says U.S. push for dominance is a recipe for trade and real wars

[Reuters] U.S. and Russia blame each other for near collision in East China Sea

[SCMP] Russia Ready to Fill China's Food Gap Left by US in Trade War Fallout

[Bloomberg] China Has Lots of Policy Room if Trade War Worsens, Central Bank Governor Says

[Bloomberg] Yuan Slides as China's Yi Gang Hints No Red Line, Open to Easing

[Bloomberg] Here's What to Watch at the G-20 Finance Meetings This Weekend

[Bloomberg] Investors Signal Draghi Is Running Out of Time and Ammunition

[WSJ] ECB’s Big Bazooka Is Losing Ammunition as Economy Teeters

[FT] ‘Carnage’ in loan market can only get worse if the Fed cuts

[FT] Markets should beware the clock ticking back to the 1970s

[FT] Global bond market has biggest inflows in over four years

[FT] No end in sight for China’s swine fever outbreak