Sunday, September 1, 2019

Monday's News Links

[MarketWatch] U.S. stock futures weaken as tariffs go into effect

[Reuters] Global stocks slip on tariffs, Argentina hit by capital controls

[Reuters] Oil falls as U.S., China add more tariffs in trade war

[Reuters] Argentina returns to currency controls as debt crisis spirals

[CNBC] China takes cautious steps with new tariffs, leaving most to December

[Reuters] China Aug factory activity unexpectedly expands; but export orders worsen - Caixin PMI

[Reuters] Japan manufacturing activity shrinks for fourth month in August: PMI

[Reuters] Almost half of top quality euro corp bonds have sub-zero yields - Tradeweb

[Reuters] Hong Kong on edge after weekend of clashes, airport disruption

[Bloomberg] China Says Risks Controllable, Vows to Keep Liquidity Ample

[Bloomberg] Taiwan Denies Stoking Hong Kong Unrest, Blames Communist Party

[WSJ] The Market Forces That Propelled a Massive Rally in Long Bonds

[FT] Argentina: how IMF’s biggest ever bailout crumbled under Macri

[FT] China’s Bank of Jinzhou to suspend payouts on preference shares

[FT] India manufacturing growth drops to its lowest level in 15 months

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. stock futures fall as new tariffs darken global outlook

[Reuters] Yen rises, yuan falls offshore as Sino-U.S. tariffs kick in

[AP] In escalating trade war, US consumers may see higher prices

[Reuters] IMF pledges support for Argentina after return to currency controls amid debt crisis

[Reuters] Australian home prices rise at fastest pace since 2017 in Aug

[Reuters] Merkel allies weather far-right surge in German regional elections

[Bloomberg] China’s Manufacturing Sector Keeps Getting Whacked by Trump

[Bloomberg] Major Disruption at Hong Kong Airport After Violent Weekend Protests

[Bloomberg] Australia’s House Prices Jump the Most in Almost Two and Half Years

[NYT] As Trump Escalates Trade War, U.S. and China Move Further Apart With No End in Sight

Sunday's News Links

[CNBC] Trump’s 15% tariffs on $112 billion in Chinese goods take effect

[Reuters] China, U.S. to collect additional tariffs on each other's goods

[Reuters] China starts to impose additional tariffs on some U.S. goods

[Reuters] China plans more support for economy

[Reuters] Factbox: Next rounds of Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods to hit consumers

[Reuters] Italy's Salvini issues new migrant ban as seeks to derail new coalition

[Reuters] Hong Kong protesters plan to disrupt airport after night of chaos

[Reuters] Argentina prepares next steps to tackle debt crisis

[FT] US and China are weaponising global trade networks