Monday, April 17, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street rallies in low volume led by banks, tech

[Reuters] Mnuchin warns of tax reform delay following healthcare setback: FT

[Reuters] Macron urges French to get rid of old generation as race tightens

[BBC] North Korea 'will test missiles weekly', senior official tells BBC

[CNBC] A seismic shift is happening, and billions are pouring into these index funds and ETFs

[FT] US admits Trump tax reforms will be hit by healthcare setback

[FT] Mélenchon barges way into tight French race in final straight

[WSJ] Investors Pile Into Risky Chinese Debt

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise, Dollar Falls as Weekend Risks Fade : Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Global Financial-Market Stress Jumps to This Year's High

[Bloomberg[ Trump to Nominate Quarles for Fed's Top Regulatory Post, Source Says

[Reuters] Undaunted by oil bust, financiers pour billions into U.S. shale

[Reuters] The long, rough ride ahead for 'Made in America'

[Bloomberg] China Roars Back to Lift Global Outlook as U.S. Consumer Weakens

[Bloomberg] China’s Economy Accelerates as Retail, Investment Pick Up

[Bloomberg] China Home Sales Surged 18% in March Ahead of Stepped-Up Curbs

[Reuters] China's first-quarter property investment accelerates, defying curbs

[Wall Street Journal] This Is a Dangerous Time to Own Emerging Markets

[Washington Post] Pence warns NKorea ‘era of strategic patience is over’

[Washington Post] Against all odds, a communist soars in French election polls