Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street falls as trade hopes wane

[Reuters] Proper U.S.-China trade deal more important than timing: Wilbur Ross

[Reuters] Very, very nasty': Trump clashes with Macron before NATO summit

[Reuters] U.S. has not ruled out imposing tariffs on imported autos: Commerce chief Ross

[Bloomberg] China’s $17 Billion Default Wave Is About to Break a Record

[Bloomberg] U.S. House Ramps Up China Tensions with Uighur Human Rights Bill

[Bloomberg] Euro to Rival Dollar as Top Funding Currency, Deutsche Bank Says

[FT] US allies must prepare for further trade shocks

Tuesday's News Links

[AP] Stocks fall as Trump downplays chances of China trade deal

[Reuters] Yuan hit after Trump says trade deal could come after 2020 election

[Reuters] Oil falls as Trump says China trade deal could be delayed

[CNBC] Trump says it might be better to wait until after 2020 election for a China trade deal

[Reuters] France and EU say primed to retaliate over U.S. tariff threat

[CNBC] Trump slams Macron for ‘insulting’ and ‘disrespectful’ NATO comments

[Reuters] Trump criticizes European allies before NATO anniversary meet

[Reuters] Exclusive: White House considered kicking Huawei out of U.S. banking system - sources

[Reuters] Trump's tariff ambush risks pushing Brazil closer to China

[Yahoo Finance] Jeffrey Gundlach: The US stock market ‘will get crushed’ in the next recession

[Bloomberg] Trump Wields Tariffs Again in a Reminder How Much He Likes Them

[Bloomberg] Two China Firms Miss $526 Million Bond Payments as Woes Grow

[Bloomberg] China Hints U.S. Blacklist Imminent in Threat to Trade Talks

[Bloomberg] ECB Set to Gain Another German QE Skeptic on Executive Board

[WSJ] Trump Says Trade War Could Drag On, Stokes France Spat

[WSJ] New York Fed Adds Liquidity Amid Heavy Demand for Year-End Funding

[WSJ] Chicago Property Prices Stagnate, Trail Even Crisis-Stricken Hong Kong

[WSJ] How Credit Unions Outgrew Their Down-Home Reputation

[FT] China in 2050: will it be a global player or split the world economy?