Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rises, Dow closes above 20,000 milestone

[Bloomberg] On the Eve of Lunar New Year, China’s Bond Investors Are Hurting

[Bloomberg] Expect More Forgeries, Fakes in China Debt Market Amid Bond Rout

[NYT] Will Trump Go After Nafta With Tweezers or a Hammer?

[Washington Post] When Theresa meets Donald: A geopolitical odd couple with big impli

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dow Tops 20,000 as Earnings Feed Rally, Bonds Fall: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Reignited Trump trades boost stocks, Dow 20,000 in sight

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Extend Global Rally on Growth Optimism: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] UK PM May says she will publish 'White Paper' setting out Brexit plan

[Bloomberg] U.K.’s May Faces Brexit Revolt as Lawmakers Challenge Her Power

[Reuters] Surprise China MLF rate rise weighs on bonds; yuan and money rates fall

[Bloomberg] China Policy Signals Perplex Market as Fidelity Says ‘Confused’

[Bloomberg] Trump Is Squeezing Detroit at the Worst Possible Time

[CNBC] The five trades that most people have gotten wrong

[Bloomberg] Americans Are Flipping Houses Like It’s 2006

[Bloomberg] Greece’s Tsipras Insists on ‘Not One Euro More’ of Austerity

[Washington Post] German opposition picks former E.U. lawmaker to challenger Angela Merkel

[FT] Foreign participation in US debt auctions subdued

[NYT] Facing Trump, Mexicans Think the Unthinkable: Leaving Nafta

[WSJ] ECB’s Lautenschl├Ąger ‘Optimistic’ Exit of Bond-Purchase Program Is Near

[WSJ] Trump Readies Plan to Build Border Wall

[FT] ECB hawk reignites debate on ending monetary stimulus