Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Major averages close at record highs on dovish Fed hopes

[Reuters] Global stock markets, bonds rally in expectation of rate cuts

[AP] Trump says US should start manipulating the dollar

[Reuters] Trump repeats call for U.S. to play 'currency manipulation game'

[Reuters] Trump officials say U.S.-China trade talks to resume next week

[Reuters] Lagarde Has Investors Betting on Easy Money for Europe

[Bloomberg] Be ‘Prepared for Anything’ as Trump Slams Europe, China on FX

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] S&P 500 at record high on rising rate cut hopes

[Reuters] Dollar struggles as U.S. yields fall, dovish BoE weighs on pound

[AP] US trade deficit rises to 5-month high of $55.5B in May

[Reuters] U.S. factory orders fall for second straight month

[Reuters] U.S. private sector adds 102,000 jobs in June: ADP

[Reuters] U.S. government staff told to treat Huawei as blacklisted

[Reuters] UK PM candidate Johnson says he backs Hong Kong people 'every inch of the way'

[Reuters] China's top paper warns 'turbulence' could hurt Hong Kong's economy

[Bloomberg] The Politicians Take Charge at the ECB

[Bloomberg] U.S. Yields Hit Lowest Since 2016 as Stocks Rise

[Bloomberg] U.S. Slaps Import Duties of More Than 400% on Vietnam Steel

[Bloomberg] Traders Have a Challenge Spotting India's Hidden, Growing Debt

[NYT] Trump Taps Two Fed Nominees, One Conventional, the Other Not

[WSJ] Lagarde Has Investors Betting on Easy Money for Europe

[WSJ] China Knows What It Wants—the U.S. Still Doesn’t

[FT] Huawei: still fighting for survival despite Trump truce

[FT] India’s shadow banking crisis sparks credit crunch