Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drops After Dovish Fed Comments; Gold Rises: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] It's full-steam ahead on tax reform ... with no details

[CNBC] Jeff Gundlach says 'highest-conviction trade' is a bet against the S&P 500: Report

[Bloomberg] China's Debt Crackdown Gets a Big Shrug From Global Investors

[Bloomberg] Volatility Gauges Tumble to New Lows Amid Complacency Fears

[Bloomberg] Fed Officials Keen to Shrink Balance Sheet Despite Low Inflation

[Bloomberg] U.S. Credit-Card Debt Surpasses Record Set at Brink of Crisis

[Reuters] China's July exports, imports weaker than expected, cloud global outlook

[Bloomberg] China's Trade Surplus Widens for Fifth Month as Imports Moderate

[Bloomberg] Beijing's Mighty Grip May Pull Plug on Property Binge

[Bloomberg] Rand Set to Surge If Zuma Loses Secret No-Confidence Ballot

[Reuters] BOJ should dial back stimulus before inflation hits 2 percent: ex-BOJ deputy governor Iwata

[Bloomberg] Investors Jump Back Into the Euro as Going Short Proves 'Lethal'

[NYT] Despite S.E.C. Warning, Wave of Initial Coin Offerings Grows

[NYT] Public Works Funding Falls as Infrastructure Deteriorates

[WSJ] Who Ultimately Pays for Corporate Taxes? The Answer May Color the Republican Overhaul

[CNBC] After military base attack, Venezuela could be on the brink of a civil war

[Reuters] Diplomacy to defuse India, China border crisis slams into a wall: sources