[Reuters] World stocks hit by trade strain, Brexit talk supports sterling

[BloombergQ] China’s Stocks Near 2016 Low Have Asia Markets on Knife Edge

[Reuters] China seeks WTO backing for sanctions on U.S. over dumping duties

[CNBC] Small business optimism surges to highest level ever, topping previous record under Reagan

[Reuters] Ten years after Lehman, spotting the next crisis: McGeever

[CNBC] ‘The game’s changed’: Central banks are no longer driving markets, strategist says

[BloombergQ, Das] How the Emerging-Markets Contagion Loop May Play

[BBC] Mark Carney to stay on at Bank of England until 2020

[CNBC] Watch Ray Dalio’s full interview on the 2008 financial crisis

[BloombergQ] Florence Could Cost Insurers Up to $20 Billion in Early Forecast

[NYT] From Trump to Trade, the Financial Crisis Still Resonates 10 Years Later

[WSJ] Economic Confidence Is Really High. Perhaps It’s Time to Sell.

[WSJ] Steel Workers Demand Higher Pay Raises as Tariffs Lift Profits

[WSJ] Dreams Turn Sour as Turkey’s Building Boom Sags

[WSJ] U.S. Holds Talks With U.K., France on Possible Syria Strikes

[FT] Trade wars: China fears an emerging united front

[FT] After the crisis, the banks are safer but debt is a danger

[FT] Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin vow to fight protectionism

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