Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Nasdaq Composite Tops 6,000, Tariff Sinks Loonie: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. New-Home Sales Unexpectedly Rise to Highest Since July

[Bloomberg] There's a Huge Disagreement Between Bonds and Stocks

[Bloomberg] Einhorn's Greenlight Warns of Bubble With Tax Reform Prospects Fading

[Reuters] North Korea stages large-scale artillery drill as U.S. submarine docks in South

[Reuters] U.S. military begins moving THAAD missile defense to South Korea site: media

[FT] Wall Street’s ‘fear gauge’ headed for lowest close in three years

[WSJ] China Markets Stress Reaches Bonds

[WSJ] Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer to Make $186 Million From Verizon Deal

[FT] Trump’s tax cut plan ruffles feathers of US deficit hawks

[NYT] Debt Crisis Shakes Chinese Town, Pointing to Wider Problems

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Earnings Lift U.S. Stocks, Trade Jolts Currencies: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump’s 15% Corporate Tax Push Sets Stage for Clash With Ryan

[Bloomberg] Trump Slaps Duty on Canada Lumber, Intensifying Trade Fight

[Bloomberg] The Trump Trade Is at a Moment of Truth as the President’s Tax Proposal Looms

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Accelerate for a Fifth Month

[Bloomberg] World’s Biggest Stock Markets Haven’t Been This Split Since 2008

[Reuters] China reviews changes to securities law to fight illegal activity: Xinhua

[WSJ] Trump Willing to Hold Off on Border-Wall Funding

[WSJ] The U.S. Makes It Easy for Parents to Get College Loans—Repaying Them Is Another Story

[Bloomberg] ECB Meeting Comes at a Precarious Time for Markets

[FT] It is time for the ECB to work out an elegant exit from QE

[FT] How Marine Le Pen can steer a narrow path to victory in France

[Reuters] U.S. submarine makes South Korea port call, North remains defiant

[Bloomberg] U.S., North Korea Flex Military Muscles as Tensions Simmer