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Monday Morning’s Top Stories Before The Opening Bell – Mike Swanson (06/18/2018)

China announces retaliatory tariffs on $34 billion worth of US goods, including agriculture products – CNBC

Next Move Is Trump’s After China Hits Back in Trade-War Opener – Bloomberg

Trump tariffs a rounding error for U.S. economy so far, that may change – Reuters

Schumer praises Trump for China tariffs – TheHill

If Trump wants to blow up the world order, who will stop him? – Yanis Varoufakis

Turkey: Presidential candidate makes TV speech from prison – Chicago Star Tribune

Russia dumps half of its US Treasury bonds – RT

A million Indian users are testing out WhatsApp’s payments feature – Quartz

The Fed said it’s hiking rates four times this year, but the market’s not convinced – CNBC

Why many Americans aren’t benefiting from robust U.S. economy – Salt Lake Tribune

Patriots QB Tom Brady sees retirement coming – ESPN

Billionaire group won’t back GOP nom in Virginia Senate race – AP

Homeland Security chief slams ‘irresponsible’ reports of separating migrant families – ABC News

Melania Trump makes FIRST EVER political statement – and she attacks her husband’s policy – Express UK

Arab aircraft hammer Houthis around airport of major Yemen port Hodeidah – Reuters

Elon Musk shows off new Tesla production line — and it’s in a tent – Market Watch

Mary McCormack shares video of husband’s flaming Tesla in LA-area traffic – Fox News

William Shatner backs bitcoin mining farm in southern Illinois – WGN

Man suspected of defrauding more than 1000 Walmart stores – WTHR TV

What are 10 things Police officers wish they could tell you but can’t? – Quora

Two Million Baseball Fans Are Missing – Fangraphs

The mysterious trader known as ’50 Cent’ appears to be back betting on more stock market chaos – Business Insider

Some Of The ‘Most Systemically Important Banks’ In The World Are Tumbling – Zero Hedge

Treasuries Curve Reaches Flattest Since 2007 On Steeper Fed Path – Bloomberg