[Reuters] Central banks’ dovish cooing keeps world stocks lulled near two-week highs

[Reuters] Oil inches down as inventory data counters trade deal hopes

[AP] Fed could signal a policy shift toward future rate cuts

[Reuters] Trump pressures Fed’s Powell: ‘Let’s see what he does’

[Reuters] China says history shows positive outcome from U.S. talks possible

[CNBC] Weekly mortgage applications fall as rates rise, volume remains much higher than last year

[Reuters] Japan exports slide for 6th month as trade troubles knock demand, weaken outlook

[MarketWatch] Value of debt with negative yields nears $12 trillion

[Reuters] ECB’s Weidmann appears to drop opposition to OMT amid race to succeed Draghi

[AP] Draghi’s “whatever it takes” a tough act to follow

[Reuters] China says some forces seek to undermine stability of Hong Kong

[Bloomberg] China’s Lehman Moment Is Drawing Closer

[Bloomberg] Trump Moves From Trade War Toward Currency War

[Bloomberg] Canadian Inflation Surges As Core Rate Hits Highest Since 2012

[Bloomberg] India’s Exotic Funds Are a $40 Billion Time-Bomb for Investors

[NYT] Fed Faces Tricky Choice Amid Looming Risks and Trump Pressure

[NYT] Trump Accuses Europe of Bolstering Its Economy at America’s Expense

[WSJ] Fed, Facing Pressure on Rate Cut, to Decide on Next Move

[WSJ] Odebrecht Bankruptcy to Hurt Brazilian State-Owned Banks

[FT] US mortgage market should brace for turmoil, says QE architect

[FT] Flood of debt instruments backed by property loans hits market

[FT] It could be time for central banks to ditch 2% inflation target

[FT] How Hong Kong defied Xi Jinping