1. Asia shares jolted by Hong Kong unrest, Argentine peso crash  Investing.com
  2. Asia shares slip as Hong Kong unrest, Argentine peso crash rattle investors  The Edge Markets MY
  3. Yen up as markets dismiss Trump's trade concession, Chinese data disappoints  CNBC
  4. Stock markets buckle under weight of global worries  Deccan Herald
  5. Shares, dollar rebound on thaw in U.S.-China trade war  Reuters
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The yen rose on Wednesday as weaker-than-expected Chinese economic data reinforced the view that resolving the trade war was a long way off even if U.S. President Donald Trump had delayed some additional tariffs.The yen rose on Wednesday as weaker-than-expected Chinese economic data reinforced the view that resolving the trade war was a long way off even if U.S. President Donald Trump had delayed some additional tariffs.

U.S. and European stocks jumped, the dollar strengthened and Treasury yields rose on Tuesday after the United States said it would delay tariffs on some Chinese products, easing concerns that a protracted trade war would harm global growth.U.S. and European stocks jumped, the dollar strengthened and Treasury yields ros...

Shares, dollar rebound on thaw in U.S.-China trade war - Reuters

Stock markets retreated Tuesday as tensions in Hong Kong, economic crisis in Argentina, uncertainty over US-China trade talks and fears of a global slowdown combined into a menacing cocktail of worry.Stock markets retreated Tuesday as tensions in Hong Kong, economic crisis in Argentina, uncertainty over US-China trade talks and fears of a global slowdown combined into a menacing cocktail of worry.

Stock markets buckle under weight of global worries | Deccan Herald

“Hmmm. Swiss luxury watch makers see roughly 20 percent crash in Hong Kong market, going back to the start of the trade war, not the protests.”

Michael Brendan Dougherty on Twitter: "Hmmm. Swiss luxury watch makers see roughly 20 percent crash in Hong Kong market, going back to the start of the trade war, not the protests."

“Our #MadeInWI ginseng farmers need expanded export markets, not trade wars. Trump’s trade war with China is devastating to our ginseng farmers. https://t.co/gQf943yyLv”

Sen. Tammy Baldwin on Twitter: "Our #MadeInWI ginseng farmers need expanded export markets, not trade wars. Trump’s trade war with China is devastating to our ginseng farmers. https://t.co/gQf943yyLv"

“Michigan farmers fear losses from spring rains that wiped out planting season, trade wars wiping out export markets https://t.co/61UefXA82r via @detroitnews”

Jonathan Oosting on Twitter: "Michigan farmers fear losses from spring rains that wiped out planting season, trade wars wiping out export markets https://t.co/61UefXA82r via @detroitnews"

“So, Trump turning the left blinker on to feed the hope of a trade war u-turn seems to benefit US markets relative to the rest of the globe. The $SPX-VEU ratio hit a new record high today:”

John Kicklighter on Twitter: "So, Trump turning the left blinker on to feed the hope of a trade war u-turn seems to benefit US markets relative to the rest of the globe. The $SPX-VEU ratio hit a new record high today:… https://t.co/6LOCSROW2J"

The conflict could create two distinct, rival global systems and power structures.The conflict could create two distinct, rival global systems and power structures.

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The US dollar has gone back and forth during the trading session on Tuesday, reaching down towards the ¥105 level. Overall though, it looks as if the market is trying to test this area to see if we can unwind even further.

A resurgent yen threatens to sap profits and complicate the economic outlook in Japan.A resurgent yen threatens to sap profits and complicate the economic outlook in Japan.

Australian Financial Review

Global stock markets rallied on Tuesday and oil prices surged in a wave of relief after US President Donald Trump delayed tariffs on key consumer items from China, giving investors hope for some detente in the US-China trade war. The announcement caused a dramatic turnaround in equity markets, whichGlobal stock markets rallied on Tuesday and oil prices surged in a wave of relief after US President Donald Trump delayed tariffs on key consumer items from China, giving investors hope for some detente in the US-China trade war. The announcement caused a dramatic turnaround in equity markets, which

Global stocks rally as US delays key China tariffs

Hong Kong protests unsettle marketsHong Kong protests unsettle markets

Asian stocks tumble as Hong Kong unrest, Argentine peso crash unnerve investors - The Hindu BusinessLine

Last week, the Chinese yuan depreciated further and broke through the very closely watched level of seven yuan per dollar. This depreciation sent global equity markets into a tailspin, with the Dow...Last week, the Chinese yuan depreciated further and broke through the very closely watched level of seven yuan per dollar. This depreciation sent global equity markets into a tailspin, with the Dow...

Is China About to Cause the Next Asian Economic Crisis? | RealClearPolitics

The Wall Street titan also warned the standoff could hit US growth, while Treasury yields plunged in a sign of growing concerns for the country's economic health.The Wall Street titan also warned the standoff could hit US growth, while Treasury yields plunged in a sign of growing concerns for the country's economic health.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.26% while Japan's Nikkei tumbled 1.28%.MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.26% while Japan's Nikkei tumbled 1.28%.

Asia shares slip as Hong Kong unrest, Argentine peso crash rattle investors - Moneycontrol.com

U.S. and European stocks jumped, the dollar strengthened and Treasury yields rose on Tuesday after the United States said it would delay tariffs on some Chinese products, easing concerns that a protracted trade war would harm global growth. President Donald Trump backed off his plan to impose 10% tariffsU.S. and European stocks jumped, the dollar strengthened and Treasury yields rose on Tuesday after the United States said it would delay tariffs on some Chinese products, easing concerns that a protracted trade war would harm global growth. President Donald Trump backed off his plan to impose 10% tariffs

Global Markets: Shares, dollar rebound on thaw in U.S.-China trade war

Markets retreated in Asia on Tuesday as uncertainty over the China-US trade talks was compounded by increasing tensions in Hong Kong and an economic crisis in Argentina.Markets retreated in Asia on Tuesday as uncertainty over the China-US trade talks was compounded by increasing tensions in Hong Kong and an economic crisis in Argentina.

Asian markets down as perfect storm rattles investors | Philstar.com