Turkey Trudges On, Thailand Plays Cool, Japan Trade Gap: Eco Day

(Bloomberg) -- Welcome to Thursday, Europe. Here’s the latest news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help get your day started:

  • Turkey remains in the spotlight, with the emerging world bracing for a bear market, the U.S. refusing to blink on Turkey tariffs, Qatar lending a hand and Germany trying to bring some calm to the situation
  • Carrying on. Thailand is one emerging market that has room to play it cool amid Turkey and trade risks
  • Turkey homework. Help get a grip on the overload of Turkey talk here, with a collection of Bloomberg Economics analysis on the contagion risk
  • Collateral damage. The Aussie dollar is losing the trade war
  • Mind the gap. Japan can’t blame the trade war for its trade deficit, Bloomberg Economics concludes
  • In the way. There are five sticking points preventing a Trump-Xi deal, and Trump’s car tariffs are putting a Korea pact in jeopardy
  • Dining-out bonanza. Americans are getting crazy about their restaurant spending -- perhaps too crazy

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