Monday, June 10, 2019

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises on Mexico relief, M&A cheer

[Reuters] Trump ready to slap new tariffs on China after G20 meeting

[Reuters] Fed won't cut rates this year, Goldman analyst says

[Reuters] Mexico says other Latam countries could share burden of fighting migration to U.S

[Reuters] Chinese financial news site closed for 'rectification'

[Reuters] Iran has accelerated enrichment of uranium, IAEA says

[Bloomberg] Trump Laments his Lack of China-Style Control of Fed Policy

[Bloomberg] For China's Yuan, the Path Toward 7 Per Dollar Is Now Wide Open

[Bloomberg] How China Overpowered the U.S. to Win the Battle for Rare Earths

[Bloomberg] Bond Buyers Are So Wary Even One-Year Debt Isn't Short Enough

[WSJ] ‘Not My People’—Trump Hectoring of Fed Chairman Complicates Rate Calls

[FT] US corporate cash pile shrinks as spending climbs post-tax cuts

Monday's News Links

[Reuters] Stocks climb on trade, rate cut optimism; yuan falters

[Reuters] Oil rises as Saudi sees OPEC, Russia restricting supplies for longer

[CNBC] President Trump to CNBC: China is going to make a deal because ‘they’re going to have to’

[CNBC] Trump: The Fed made a ‘big mistake’ raising rates in December and is ‘very disruptive’

[Reuters] China stays silent on G20 Xi-Trump meeting, but says door open for talks

[CNBC] China says its May trade surplus was $41.65 billion, significantly more than expected

[CNBC] ‘We have all these tools’: Mnuchin defends using punishing tariffs to solve security problems

[Reuters] Chinese paper says 'foreign forces' using Hong Kong havoc to hurt China

[Bloomberg] China Central Banker Says No Specific Yuan Level Important

[Bloomberg] China Faces Showdown in Hong Kong as Mass Protests Roar Back

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Says BOJ Has Enough Ammunition, Wary of Side Effects

[Bloomberg] South Africa Record Outflows Spell Trouble for the Rand

[WSJ] China’s Growth, Currency Outlooks Darken Again

[WSJ] Tariff Dispute Complicates U.S. Ties With Mexico

[WSJ] Bets on Falling Interest Rates Unleash Gold Rally

[WSJ] The South’s Economy Is Falling Behind: ‘All of a Sudden the Money Stops Flowing’

[FT] China gold reserves climb for sixth month in May