Sunday, August 25, 2019

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] Asia shares shaken, yen jumps on China-U.S. trade jitters

[Reuters] U.S. equity futures reopen lower, U.S.-China trade relations at new low ebb

[Reuters] Yen surges, offshore yuan tumbles as trade war intensifies

[CNBC] Trump wants US companies to leave China. Here’s what it could mean for Chinese businesses

[Reuters] Trump, Abe say U.S. and Japan have agreed in principle on trade deal

[Bloomberg] China’s Companies Have Unseen Foreign Debt That's Maturing Fast

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin Says Don’t Take Trump’s ‘Enemy’ Barb at Powell Literally

[Bloomberg] Corporate America Sounds Alarm on Trump’s Threats Over China

[WSJ] Tension Between Trump, World Leaders Takes Spotlight at G-7 Summit

[FT] China’s clampdown on asset management lending sparks corporate defaults

[FT] Central bankers rethink everything at Jackson Hole

Sunday's News Links

[CNBC] White House says Trump regrets not raising tariffs on China higher

[CNBC] Trump on US-China trade war: ‘I could declare a national emergency’

[Reuters] Beneath show of bonhomie, rifts emerge between Trump and Western allies at G7 summit

[Reuters] UK PM Johnson says £39 billion divorce bill not due in no-deal Brexit

[Reuters] Central bankers face political shocks, and hope to avoid the worst

[Reuters] Hong Kong police turn water cannon on protesters, fire tear gas

[Reuters] Israel says air strike in Syria sent 'no immunity' message to Iran

[Bloomberg] China Preparing for Worsening U.S. Ties, Global Times’ Hu Says

[Bloomberg] S&P 500’s Floor Is Creaking as Trump Tweets Stocks Into Danger

[Bloomberg] Central Banks Can’t Save the World Economy: Jackson Hole Update

[Bloomberg] Investors to Hunker Down as Trade War Enters ‘Bewildering’ Phase

[WSJ] Trump Gambles That China Trade War Will Pay Off in 2020