The US trading week begins with a fresh dose of red ink hanging over the major asset classes from last week’s sell-off. With the exception of foreign corporate bonds and investment-grade fixed-income in the US, all flavors of global markets lost ground last week (through Sep. 4), based on a set of proxy ETFs.
Trump says he plans to sharply reduce US-China economic ties: BBG
US states facing deep fiscal crisis: NYT
California wildfires create new electricity blackouts: AP
China’s exports continued to rebound in August: CNBC
Last two Australian reporters in China are flown out of country: BBC
The once-solid Exxon dividend is suddenly in doubt: Reuters
US payrolls continued to recover in Aug but losses still deep for some sectors: FTE