1. Asian stocks bounce in relief as Trump delays China tariffs  Investing.com
  2. Recession fears hit Wall Street after grim China, German data  Reuters
  3. Stocks are plunging as traders brace for a German recession and global turmoil as US-China trade war continues  INSIDER
  4. Dow, stocks drop in early trading as recession worries intensify, bond market raises red flag  USA TODAY
  5. Forex Today: Trade reprieve provides relief, German recession fears grow, UK inflation eyed  FXStreet
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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

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At midday: Wall Street tumbles on rising fears of recession - The Globe and Mail

LONDON — Stock markets slumped on Wednesday as Germany’s economy went into reverse, fueling fears of global recession and slamming the brakes on a rally for equities after Washington delayed tariffs on some Chinese imports.Europe’s biggest economy shrank 0.LONDON — Stock markets slumped on Wednesday as Germany’s economy went into reverse, fueling fears of global recession and slamming the brakes on a rally for equities after Washington delayed tariffs on some Chinese imports.

Stocks wilt as bond markets flash recession warnings | Financial Post

Wall Street tumbles on rising fears of recession | Canada.com

The divergent performances between industrial companies and those providing services have investors nervous that another shoe will soon drop.The divergent performances between industrial companies and those providing services have investors nervous that another shoe will soon drop.

The stock market won’t be brought down by a manufacturing recession, analysts say - MarketWatch

Bank of America now thinks Deere Stock is a buy, but there is no clear consensus on the farm-equipment maker’s shares on Wall Street.Bank of America now thinks Deere Stock is a buy, but there is no clear consensus on the farm-equipment maker’s shares on Wall Street.

Buy Deere Stock Because There Will Be No Global Recession - Barron's

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FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Like a sleek Mercedes crunched between two freight trucks, Europe’s economy is being knocked off course by the conflict between th

Trade war puts hurt on Europe | News, Sports, Jobs - Fairmont Sentinel

(MENAFN - ING) The German economy appears to be stuck between solid domestic fundamentals and external risks. The industrial slowdown is begin

German recession fears, should we blame the Chinese car market? | MENAFN.COM

The Dax is trading sharply lower across the morning session as fears over the health of the global economy returned to haunt traders. The relief rallyThe Dax is trading sharply lower across the morning session as fears over the health of the global economy returned to haunt traders. The relief rally

DAX to 11540 as global recession fears return?

By MarketsFarm WINNIPEG, Aug. 14 (MarketsFarm News) - The following is a glance at the news moving markets in Canada and globally. - Recent economic data from numerous countries has stoked fears of a global recession. China and Germany have reported data that points to a cooling economy for both countries, and the yield curve for United States treasury bonds has inverted. That means two-year Treasury yields have risen above 10-year yields, which is a historical predictor of economic recession. - A report from the U.S. Department of Labor released on Wednesday indicated that inflation could remain moderate, despite a substantial increase in prices for consumer goods in July. The Federal Reserve may cut interest rates again in order to limit damage to the U.S. economy from the trade war with China. - The Argentine peso was weaker on Wednesday morning due to President Mauricio Macri’s announcement that he would cut income taxes for workers…By MarketsFarm WINNIPEG, Aug. 14 (MarketsFarm News) – The following is a glance at the news moving markets in Canada and globally. – Recent economic data from numerous countries has sto…

Global Markets: Concerns of global recession abound | Grainews

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(MENAFN - AFP) European stock markets retreated Wednesday as data cemented fears of a global slowdown led by Germany and China. Asian indices

European stocks resume drop on slowdown fears | MENAFN.COM

Euro STOXX 600 falls 0.3%rse, reviv - ZAWYA MENA EditionEuro STOXX 600 falls 0.3%rse, reviv

Stocks take fright as recession warnings grow | ZAWYA MENA Edition

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The German economy shrank in the second quarter of this year, fuelling fears of a European-wide recession as growth across the EU slows.

Slow growth in Germany sparks EU-wide recession fears | Public Finance

Like a sleek Mercedes crunched between two freight trucks, Europe’s economy is being knocked off course by the conflict between the US and China over trade. The bill for damages from the US-China collision could be painfully high, starting this week if new growth figures on Wednesday show that Europe’s economic motor, Germany, is stalled […]

US-China trade war leaves Europe as collateral damage - Daily Times

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 Sino-U.S. trade war which is pushing some major economies towards the brink of recession.Wall Street was set to open lower on Wednesday, as poor economic data from China...

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

The Japanese yen jumped to a session high against the dollar on Wednesday after the U.S. Treasury bond yield curve inverted for the first time since 2007 and investors, gripped by fear of a looming global recession, fled to the safety of perceived safe-haven assets.The Japanese yen jumped to a session high against the dollar on Wednesday after the U.S. Treasury bond yield curve inverted for the first time since 2007 and investors, gripped by fear of a looming global recession, fled to the safety of perceived safe-haven assets.

(For a live blog on the U.S. stock market, click ortype LIVE/ in a news window.)* U.S. Treasury bond curve inverts for 1st time since 2007*(For a live blog on the U.S. stock market, click ortype LIVE/ in a news window.)* U.S. Treasury bond curve inverts for 1st time since 2007*

US STOCKS-Wall Street tumbles on rising fears of recession | Article [AMP] | Reuters