Monday, September 2, 2019

Monday Evening Links

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

[Reuters] Argentine peso, bonds whiplashed after capital controls imposed

[Reuters] Argentines wait at banks to withdraw cash as currency controls kick in

[CNBC] Growing sense of nationalism in China could embolden Xi Jinping, says ex-US ambassador

[Reuters] Positive yields ahoy! Investors hoover up European junk bond issues

[Reuters] Special Report: Hong Kong leader says she would 'quit' if she could, fears her ability to resolve crisis now 'very limited'

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