Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street closes little changed; banks weigh on Dow

[Reuters] Political jitters lift gold, dent euro and French debt

[Bloomberg] Dollar Policy Confusion Keeping Currency Traders Up at Night

[Bloomberg] Mortgage Ratings Blamed for Subprime Crisis Still Flawed, Ex-Insider Says

[NYT] Worries Grow Over Euro’s Fate as Debts Smolder in Italy and Greece

[WSJ] The Next American Farm Bust Is Upon Us

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Gain With Gold as U.S. Stocks Retreat: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Gold Reaches Three-Month High as Buyers Flock Back to Top ETF

[Bloomberg] China's Raising Rates. Good for the Yuan, Bad for Bonds

[Bloomberg] China's Currency Policy Approaches Breaking Point

[Reuters] China says United States should 'brush up on' South China Sea history

[NYT] How China Lost $1 Trillion

[Reuters] Investors fear "accident" as Greek debt repayment nears

[Politico] Hill Republicans quake at Trump's budget-busting wish list

[Bloomberg] India Signals End to Easing Cycle, Unexpectedly Holds Rates

[Bloomberg] Germany Abandons Push for G-20 Monetary Policy Restraint

[WSJ] IMF Revives Greek Euro-Exit Warning Amid Deadlocked Bailout Talks

[FT] Euro redenomination risk edges on to investors’ radar

[FT] Why is the eurozone back in crisis over Greece?

[FT] How the ECB’s purchases have changed European bond markets

[FT] China credit flood set to persist despite PBoC rate rises

[FT] The dollar: an orderly or disruptive appreciation?

[FT] Central bankers face off over impact of a disorderly Brexit