We've got 99 problems and Trump is only 69 of them (nice!).
I hate to start a short week off this way but, "lest we forget" – here's SOME of the top issues (just the ones still making news this weekend):
- Global Economy Stuck With Downside Risks in the Near Term.
- ECB Eyes Data as Slowdown Proves ‘Significant,’ Villeroy Says.
- EU says it will react swiftly if US hits it with car tariffs
- EU to Trump: Put tariffs on cars, and we’ll cut soybean, liquefied gas imports
- Negative Yields Mount Along With Europe’s Problems.
- Brexit Rift Deepens as U.K. Labour Lawmakers Quit Party.'
- John Oliver’s Brexit Segment Answers Key Questions Ahead Of A Looming UK Exit Deadline
- Rabobank: China's Borrowing Was Insane: In January It Borrowed 5% Of GDP In One Month.
- China Car Sales Plunge Most In 7 Years Amid Global Auto Industry Meltdown.
- Huawei founder: US cannot crush technology firm
- India Weighs Military Strikes In Kashmir After Deadliest Terror Attack In 30 Years.
- RBA On Alert as Falling Property, Weak Incomes Threaten Spending.
- Oil Trades Near Three-Month High on Supply Curbs and Trade Talks.
- Discounts on SUVs Are Getting Bigger as Dealer Inventories Rise.
- Rouhani: US sanctions are ‘economic war’ on Iran
- Trump to Ramp Up Pressure on Maduro to Leave Venezuela
- Trump rips Sessions, accuses McCabe, Rosenstein of 'treasonous' plot.
- McCabe on ’60 Minutes’: FBI had good reason to open counterintelligence investigation into Trump
That is just this morning's round-up and I'm not trying to bring you down but, as noted by Jeff Gundlach, when asked how he consistently has one of the top-performing funds in the World, "I look at the News Wires more than anyting else,… I think what's important is to look at the news flow and watch for those times when the news doesn't change, but the interpretation does – or the news does change, and the interpretation doesn't.”