Recession fears hit Wall Street after grim China, German data  Reuters

(Reuters) - Wall Street was set to open lower on Wednesday, as poor economic data from China and Germany put the focus back on the impact of a bruising ...

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Wall Street main indexes slid 1.5% on Wednesday, as a closely watched U.S. bond market indicator pointed to a renewed risk of recession following poor economic data from Germany and China.Wall Street main indexes slid 1.5% on Wednesday, as a closely watched U.S. bond ...

Wall Street slides as recession fears grow - Reuters

The markets have been in a spin cycle since President Donald Trump announced on Aug. 1 that he would impose 10% tariffs on about $300 billion in Chinese imports.The markets have been in a spin cycle since President Donald Trump announced on Aug. 1 that he would impose 10% tariffs on about $300 billion in Chinese imports.

German recession fears weigh on stock markets amid U.S.-China trade tensions - National | Globalnews.ca

Euro STOXX 600 falls 0.3 per cent; crude oil prices slip after previous day’s big surgeEuro STOXX 600 falls 0.3 per cent; crude oil prices slip after previous day’s big surge

Premarket: Stocks take fright as recession warnings grow - The Globe and Mail

Trump's trade war with China is pushing some major economies towards the brink of recession.Trump's trade war with China is pushing some major economies towards the brink of recession.

Recession Fears Hit Wall Street Following Poor Economic Data From China And Germany | HuffPost

“Though Presidents r routinely blamed are praised for it, they seldom have clear immediate responsibility for the economy. The US is arguably overdue for a recession. But if and when it comes it’ll be impossible not to point to a ruinous, needless trade war as a key cause.”

Josh Marshall on Twitter: "Though Presidents r routinely blamed are praised for it, they seldom have clear immediate responsibility for the economy. The US is arguably overdue for a recession. But if and when it comes it’ll be impossible not to point to a ruinous, needless trade war as a key cause."

“President Trump’s market-moving lurches on trade war with China get harder to sustain as recession and 2020 election draw closer my @CNBC column https://t.co/OWqyxXY5TE”

John Harwood on Twitter: "President Trump’s market-moving lurches on trade war with China get harder to sustain as recession and 2020 election draw closer my @CNBC column https://t.co/OWqyxXY5TE"

“Germany and China Hit Hard by Trade War Germany on the brink of recession #Summer2019 #Italy”

Gianni Riotta on Twitter: "Germany and China Hit Hard by Trade War Germany on the brink of recession #Summer2019 #Italy"

“The trade war with China is grinding on. The yield curve is inverted out to wazoo. You can practically feel the first, cool breezes of a recession coming on. So guys, I think it's time to declare another...infrastructure week.”

Jordan Weissmann on Twitter: "The trade war with China is grinding on. The yield curve is inverted out to wazoo. You can practically feel the first, cool breezes of a recession coming on. So guys, I think it's time to declare another...infrastructure week."

Dow set to drop; bonds flash recession signal; Chinese economic data weakens; China blames the US for Hong Kong protests; mortgage refinances surgeDow set to drop; bonds flash recession signal; Chinese economic data weakens; China blames the US for Hong Kong protests; mortgage refinances surge

Traders are worried about Germany's shrinking economy, China slowing down, and political upheaval across Italy, Hong Kong, and Argentina.Traders are worried about Germany's shrinking economy, China slowing down, and political upheaval across Italy, Hong Kong, and Argentina.

Stocks plunge on German data, Hong Kong, Italy, China, Argentina woes - INSIDER

Here is what you need to know on Wednesday, August 14th: - The mood remains positive amid signs of detente between China and the US. Beijing is reportHere is what you need to know on Wednesday, August 14th: - The mood remains positive amid signs of detente between China and the US. Beijing is report

Forex Today: Trade reprieve provides relief, German recession fears grow, UK inflation eyed

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European stocks fell on Wednesday as Germany's economy went into reverse, reviving fears of global recession and tempering a rally for equities ...European stocks fell on Wednesday as Germany's economy went into reverse, reviving fears of global recession and tempering a rally for equities ...

Stocks wilt as bond markets flash recession warnings - CNA

There are scenarios where a US-China trade deal happens sooner than the market believes, which could lead to a "violent" reaction in a very one-sided market.There are scenarios where a US-China trade deal happens sooner than the market believes, which could lead to a "violent" reaction in a very one-sided market.

Australian Financial Review

Markets have delivered an ominous sign that recession may be on the way while Germany’s economy shrank and Chinese industrial output slumped to a seventeen-year low amid deepening fears about the worldwide fallout from Donald Trump’s trade war. Yield curves inverted on UK and US government debt on Wednesday, signalling deepening pessimism about both countries’ economic futures.Markets have delivered an ominous sign that recession may be on the way while Germany’s economy shrank and Chinese industrial output slumped to a seventeen-year low amid deepening fears about the

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Wall Street slides as recession fears grow | One America News Network

Stocks fell after economic indicators from Germany and China renewed recession fears. And the 10-year bond yield fell below the 2-year.Stocks fell after economic indicators from Germany and China renewed recession fears. And the 10-year bond yield fell below the 2-year.

Dow: Stocks fall as recession fears renewed, yield curve inverts

Macy's will begin a run of earnings reports from major retailers.Macy's will begin a run of earnings reports from major retailers.