Monday, January 23, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Dollar, stocks slide on Trump's protectionist stance

[Reuters] Dollar tumbles to seven-week low on Trump uncertainty

[Reuters] Trump signs order withdrawing U.S. from Trans-Pacific trade deal

[Reuters] Trump Treasury nominee wants to loosen limits under Volcker rule -document

[Reuters] Trump tells manufacturers he will cut regulations, taxes

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Questions If Trump Can Turn His Promises Into Policy

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Extend Post-Inaugural Gains as Yield Curve Steepens

[Reuters] Fed's Lacker favors faster rate hike path to curb inflation

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Risk Treasuries Wipeout After Bearish Bets Soar

[Bloomberg] Le Pen Risk Flashes in Tightest Yield Spread to Spain Since 2010

[Bloomberg] A Rising Tide of Used Cars Threatens Ford’s Profits

[CNBC] Hedge fund assets top $3 trillion for the first time after boost from the Trump post-election rally

[WSJ] President Trump Focuses on Trade With Promise of ‘Very Major’ Border Tax

[CNBC] China: We can lead world beyond 'crisis' of Western democracy and capitalism

[Reuters] U.S. says will prevent China taking over territory in international waters

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Fluctuate With Bonds as Trump Targets Trade: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drops as Trump’s ‘America First’ Speech Unnerves Traders

[Bloomberg] Trump Set for ‘Antagonistic’ China Relations, Citigroup Says

[Bloomberg] China Gives ‘Hedge Fund Brother No.1’ 5 1/2 Years in Prison

[Bloomberg] China Stock Trading Most Muted Since 1992 as State Tightens Grip

[Reuters] First days of Trump era signal America's deepening political divide

[NYT] Rocky First Weekend for Trump Troubles Even His Top Aides

[WSJ] President Trump Focuses on Trade With Promise of ‘Very Major’ Border Tax

[WSJ] Donald Trump Embarks on His First Week With a Heavy Slate

[WSJ] Central Banks Embrace Risk in Era of Low Rates

[WSJ] Some Republicans Wary of Repealing ACA Without Replacement Plan