Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Most Asian Stocks Climb After Fed; Dollar Drops: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Treasuries, Stocks Jump as Fed Sees Gradual Pace: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Raises Benchmark Rate as Inflation Approaches 2% Target

[Bloomberg] Yellen Calms Fears Fed's Policy Trigger Finger Is Getting Itchy

[Reuters] BOJ seen holding fire as protectionism overshadows signs of recovery

[CNBC] Bill Gross: This could cause 'hell' to break loose in the global bond market

[CNBC] CFOs worldwide are concerned Trump’s policies will lead to a trade war with China

[Reuters] Exit poll gives Dutch PM Rutte big lead over far-right Wilders

[NYT] Yellen’s Message: My Work Here Is (Mostly) Done

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Oil Rise as Dollar Slips Before Fed: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Prices Show Biggest Annual Increase Since 2012

[Bloomberg] Fed Poised to Revisit Inflation Forecast as Prices Pick Up

[Reuters] Fed expected to raise rates as U.S. economy flexes muscle

[Bloomberg] U.S. Retail Sales in February Post Smallest Gain in Six Months

[Bloomberg] U.S. Homebuilder Confidence Rises to Highest Since June 2005

[Reuters] Dutch vote in test of anti-immigrant sentiment in Europe

[Bloomberg] Where Are the Battlegrounds in the Dutch Election?

[Reuters] Trump budget would slice domestic programs, foreign aid

[Washington Post] China to Trump: We don’t want a trade war — but if there is one, you’d lose

[Bloomberg] Here’s One Chart That Captures the Debate Over Quantitative Easing

[Bloomberg] A Mountain of Bad Debt Looms Over Modi

[Bloomberg] How to Lose $4 Billion: Bill Ackman's Long Ride Down on Valeant

[WSJ] Fed Expected to Raise Rates, Hint at Future Increases

[NYT] Why Is the Fed Raising Rates? Better to Ask, Why Not?

[WSJ] Enter the Bear Market in Bonds?

[Reuters] Exclusive: Taiwan says Chinese military threat grows, U.S. regional strategy unclear