Links: China tariffs, Italy, monetary offset and midterm turnout

I used to do a daily links post that gave you a feel for the kind of news flow I was seeing. But the last time I did a links post was 2014. Over the past several years, I have gradually switched to Twitter for that. But I want to bring the links post back to Credit Writedowns since I am more fully invested in writing here.

I only have four links today. But here goes. In the coming weeks, expect me to beef up these posts. Cheers, Edward.

China holds fire on imposing US soyabeans tariffs - The trade war that Trump has started by imposing tariffs won't necessarily damage trade. It all depends on the retaliatory action. Here, we can see the Chinese have shown restraint. Likely that's because exports are important for Chinese growth.

Financial markets fail to reflect the eurozone time-...


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