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Bloomberg: Stock Drop Eases, U.S. Futures Rise as Yuan Gains: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia pared losses and U.S. futures rebounded as China took steps to stabilize the yuan after the Trump administration tagged it a currency manipulator. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Stocks Plunge Most in 2019 on Trade Tension: Markets Wrap
Financial markets buckled after China escalated the trade war with the U.S., sending American stocks to the biggest drop this year and sparking a rally in global bonds. Gold surged with the yen. [more...]
Bloomberg: China Retaliation Is ‘11’ on Scale of 1 to 10, Wall Street Warns
Analysts continued to warn about the dangers of an escalating trade war on Monday, as China moved to strike back at the U.S., hitting U.S. stocks and boosting Treasuries. [more...]
Bloomberg: Yield Curve Blares Loudest U.S. Recession Warning Since 2007
The latest eruption in the U.S.-China trade dispute pushed a widely watched Treasury-market recession indicator to the highest alert since 2007. Rates on 10-year notes sank to 1.714% on Monday, completely erasing the surge that followed President Donald Trump’s 2016 election. [more...]
Bloomberg: China Takes On Trump by Weakening Yuan, Halting Crop Imports
China responded to President Donald Trump’s tariff threat with another escalation of the trade war on Monday, letting the yuan tumble to the weakest level in more than a decade and asking state-owned companies to suspend imports of U.S. agricultural products. [more...]
Bloomberg: Trade War Threatens Hard-Won Stability of Southeast Asia's Giant
Even the most promising national economies can get big stuff within their control basically right and still be blindsided by events utterly beyond their control. Like, ahem, the trade conflict and market tumult. [more...]
Bloomberg: Reluctant Fed Likely to Cut Rates Again as Trade War Intensifies
The Federal Reserve will be leaning closer to reducing interest rates again next month after President Donald Trump ratcheted up his trade war with China and the central bank may even have to cut more steeply than it did last week. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Labels China a Currency Manipulator, Escalating Trade War
The Trump administration formally labeled China a currency manipulator, further escalating its trade war with Beijing after the country’s central bank allowed the yuan to fall in retaliation for new U.S. tariffs. [more...]
Reuters: China media says U.S. 'destroying international order', after currency-manipulator branding
China’s official Communist Party newspaper said on Tuesday that the United States was “deliberately destroying international order”, a day after Washington branded Beijing a currency manipulator in a rapidly escalating trade dispute. [more...]
Reuters: Stocks rout deepens as U.S. sets crosshairs on yuan
Global stocks extended already substantial losses on Tuesday, after Washington tagged China a currency manipulator, shaking fragile investor sentiment in a rapid escalation of the U.S.-China trade war. [more...]
CNBC: Yale economist Stephen Roach: US declaring China a currency manipulator is an 'empty threat'
The U.S. labeling China a currency manipulator is nothing but an “empty threat,” said Stephen Roach, a senior fellow at Yale University on Tuesday. [more...]
CNBC: Stock futures pare earlier losses, Dow set to open more than 50 points lower on Tuesday
Futures pared earlier losses, but continued to point to a lower open for Wall Street on Tuesday after stocks stateside saw their worst day of 2019 in the previous session amid intensifying trade-war fears. [more...]
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