Monday, April 24, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set to Extend Global Rally; Yen Steady: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Equity markets, euro rally in wake of French election

[WSJ] Trump Wants Tax Plan to Cut Corporate Rate to 15%

[Reuters] Trump pushes Democrats on border wall as government shutdown looms

[CNBC, Olick] Spring housing: 'Strongest seller's market ever'

[Bloomberg] Retailers Are Going Bankrupt at a Record Pace

[Bloomberg] Fed Model Says `Neutral' Interest Rate Dips Back to Zero: Chart

[Bloomberg] Banks Are Backing Out of $1.7 Trillion in Chinese Investments

[Bloomberg] China's Hidden Debt Stirs Investor Angst as Local Defaults Rise

[Bloomberg] Canadian Housing Optimism Hits Record Amid Curbs on Toronto

[WSJ] Will Emmanuel Macron Be Able to Run France If He Wins the Presidency?

[Reuters] Trump: Time to remove 'blindfolds'; U.N. must ready new North Korea sanctions

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Risk Back On as French Vote Ripples Across Markets: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] French election relief sends Europe soaring

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Sink Most in Four Months Amid Leverage Crackdown

[Bloomberg] China Cools Growth in Wealth Products Worth Trillions of Dollars

[Bloomberg] China Risks Spoiling Global Markets Party as Stocks Tumble Again

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Slide Across Curve as French Vote Damps Safety Demand

[NBC] Congress aims to avoid shutdown, while Trump presses for 100-day wins

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Wall Demands May Decide Whether 100th Day Is a Shutdown

[CNBC] Trump suddenly finds himself needing the Fed he once loathed

[Bloomberg] German Business Confidence Climbs to Highest Since July 2011

[Bloomberg] Investors Pull Out of High-Yield Funds as Growth Favors Stocks

[Bloomberg] Quants Find Secret to Divining Dollar's Path in VIX, Iron Ore

[Bloomberg] The Electric Car Revolution Now Faces Its Biggest Test

[Bloomberg] Goldman Said to Get Burned by These Debts in Rare Trading Miss

[FT] Macron poll success buoys markets but Assembly vote also crucial

[WSJ] French Presidential Runoff Heralds New Political Era

[WSJ] Cheaper Mortgages Could Spur Housing Market

[Reuters] U.S. carrier group heads for Korean waters, China calls for restraint