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Global Economic News from the Financial Times

  1. China warns of strong response to US tariffs
    Fears of downward spiral of retaliation as pair square up for trade war
  2. Trade war risk dominates investors’ radar screens
    Sentiment for global equities is febrile given concerns over economic growth
  3. Wall St sell-off resumes as trade worries dominate
    Yen and Swiss franc gain ground and gold price jumps
  4. The market is speaking and Trump should listen
    A wild political week has global markets spooked, with good reason
  5. EU will not yield to blackmail on steel tariff, Macron warns US
    Brussels willing to discuss Trump’s trade concerns but not ‘with a gun pointed at our head’
  6. Lex opinion - Trump's trade brawl with China
    US hogs are piggies in the middle
  7. BoE official signals support for interest rate rise in May
    MPC member Gertjan Vlieghe makes case for further tightening of monetary policy
  8. Is there political method in Donald Trump’s trade madness?
    Targeting of China delivers on campaign promises, and attracts unlikely allies in Congress
  9. Wall Street futures turn positive
    Trade war worries set nervous tone, but US equities could find support
  10. The interest rate dog that didn’t bark
    With fiscal stimulus on the way, why does the Fed stay the course?

Financial Market News from the Financial Times

  1. Trade war risk dominates investors’ radar screens
    Sentiment for global equities is febrile given concerns over economic growth
  2. US stocks suffer worst week in more than two years
    All major benchmarks post biggest declines since week of January 8 on political upheaval
  3. Week ahead: US personal consumption, UK consumer confidence
  4. Wall Street skids to worst week since January 2016
    Dow Jones closes in correction territory as investor fears over trade war grow
  5. Oil clocks best week in nearly 8 months on ‘Bolton premium’
  6. Metro Bank chief cashes in £2.5m
    Challenger bank’s share price near an all-time high
  7. The London Report: Indivior sinks on US court setback
  8. Wall Street grinds lower on trade, government shutdown concerns
  9. Gold at its highest in over a month on haven buying
  10. Dropbox pops in trading debut