Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Japan to Join Global Stock Selloff as Yen Jumps: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Banks Lead U.S. Stock Declines as Dollar Weakens, VIX Jumps

[CNBC] Bank stocks post worst day in half a year as Trump uncertainties grow

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drops on Trump Comments as May Boosts Pound: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Spawns New Debt Market to Ease Burden on Local Governments

[CNBC] Trump just signaled the death of Clinton-era strong dollar policy

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank signs $7.2 billion deal with U.S. over risky mortgages

[CNBC] Social Security has a looming $11 trillion shortfall

[Bloomberg] These Are the Biggest Global Risks for 2017

[FT] Trump team questions the almighty dollar

[WSJ] Behind China’s Bond Selloff, a Risky Twist on the Repo Trade

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drops on Trump Comments as May Boosts Pound: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Decline in Longest Losing Streak for Three Years

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Drop on Concerns Over ‘Hard’ Brexit, U.S. Policies

[Reuters] Britain will leave EU single market, May says

[BBC] Brexit at-a-glance: What we learned from Theresa May

[Reuters] Trump adviser warns of risks from strong dollar

[Bloomberg] May Ready to Announce Britain Will Leave EU Single Market

[Bloomberg] China Said to Intervene in Stock Market as Xi Attends Davos

[Bloomberg] Be Skeptical of the Fed's Rate Signals

[WSJ] Central Banks Drop Their Bazookas

[WSJ] Donald Trump Warns on House Republican Tax Plan

[WSJ] Amped Up Politics and the Future of Central Banking

[NYT] As Trump Era Arrives, a Sense of Uncertainty Grips the World

[FT] Trump flexes muscle against pillars of postwar order