[Reuters] Wall Street opens lower after U.S. jobs data

[Reuters] U.S. job growth rebounds; unemployment rate falls to 3.9 percent

[CNBC] US reportedly lays down a list of trade demands to China

[Reuters] China, U.S. reach some deals in trade row but Beijing says differences still relatively big

[Reuters] Treasury Secretary says having good trade talks in China

[Reuters] China service sector growth picks up in April as new business expands: Caixin PMI

[Reuters] U.S. says will be consequences for China’s South China Sea militarization

[NYT] As U.S. and Chinese Teams Meet on Trade, One Side Has an Edge in Expertise

[WSJ] U.S. Wants $200 Billion Cut in China Trade Imbalance by End of 2020

[WSJ] Yuan Weakness Revives Old Question: What Is China Doing With Its Currency?

[FT] Argentina stuns markets as it pushes interest rates to 40%

[FT] Bond investors pull money from emerging markets

[FT] Falling Mexican peso reflects prospect of Amlo winning election