Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Japanese Stocks Lead Asian Equity Gains, Oil Rises: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall St. pares some gains as oil prices drop

[Bloomberg] China’s Credit Engine Is Running Out of Gas

[Bloomberg] New Year’s Money Curbs May Prompt More Use of China Outflow Pipe

[Bloomberg] Fed Tightening Eases Stimulus Pressure Globally, Rajan Says

[Bloomberg] These Eight Charts Explain What's Happening in Markets Right Now

[Bloomberg] That Bubbling Sound Coming From U.S. Factories May Be Inflation

[Bloomberg] ETF Investors, Hedge Funds Bail on Gold as Dollar, Equities Gain

[Bloomberg] Asia’s Richest Families Are Abandoning ‘Complacent’ Hedge Funds

[WSJ] China Inc.’s Large Dollar Debts Fuel Beijing’s Efforts to Curb Yuan Plunge

[FT] Cities offer a glimpse of China’s economic future

[WSJ] China Has Too Many Shopping Malls

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Climb on Economy Optimism as Oil Advances: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Climbs to 18-Month High as Kuwait and Oman Fulfill OPEC Cuts

[Reuters] Asia stocks edge up in positive start to 2017, dollar resumes climb

[Bloomberg] Manufacturing in U.S. Expands at Fastest Pace in Two Years

[Bloomberg] China’s Factories and Services Cap Year of Gains as Prices Surge

[Bloomberg] China Gets Strict on Forex Transactions to Stop Money Exiting Abroad

[Reuters] China's yuan may see more volatility vs. dollar after basket change

[Bloomberg] Biggest Economies Face $7.7 Trillion Bond Tab as Bull Run Fades

[Bloomberg] It’s the ‘Most Volatile’ Year for Political Risk Since WWII, Eurasia Group Says

[Reuters] China's economy could grow 6.5 percent in 2017; devaluation could stabilize yuan: think tank

[Bloomberg] Trump Taps China Critic Lighthizer for U.S. Trade Representative

[Bloomberg] Australian House Prices Rise Most in Seven Years on Low Rates

[NYT] With Trump, an Economic Feast With Surprises on the Menu

[FT] A daunting new year dawns in global markets

[WSJ] The Champions of the 401(k) Lament the Revolution They Started

[WSJ] Businesses Ramp Up Investment Despite Rising Rates

[FT] Equity bulls enter 2017 ignoring expensive valuations