Brexit Still Elusive, U.S. Mulls Car Duties, Fed Hikes: Eco Day

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

  • Some see the outlines of a Brexit deal, but it hasn’t been nailed down just yet; here’s the latest on those negotiations
  • Trade battles. The White House is mulling tariffs on car imports with a claim that it’s a national security issue
  • Fed moves. San Francisco Federal Reserve chief Mary Daly sees a potential December interest-rate hike and two in 2019
  • Weathering slowdown. There’s room for China to leverage up in order to stem weakening in the economy, according to a Bloomberg survey
  • Pile-on. Argentina’s credit score just slid deeper into junk by S&P as the economy remains in crisis
  • Unfavorable benchmark. The Bank of Japan’s trove of assets is now larger than the Japanese economy
  • Lunchtime read. Costa Rica has long been an oasis in an embattled region, but a debt crisis is eroding enthusiasm for the Central American haven

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