Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Boosted by Oil Rally as Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed's Rosengren Favors Three More 2017 Hikes to Foil Overheating

[Reuters] Delay seen, again, on Trump growth agenda after Comey sacking

[Bloomberg] China's $246 Billion Foreign Buying Spree Is Unraveling

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Volatility Plunges to Lowest Since August '14: Chart

[WSJ] What Happens When Central Banks Stop Buying Bonds?

[NYT] Buying Into the Turmoil: Investors Embrace the Risks

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Unperturbed by Comey, Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Comey Ouster Threatens to Backfire on Troubled White House

[Bloomberg] China Bond Yield Jumps by Most in Three Months as Rout Deepens

[Bloomberg] China’s Factory Prices Ease as Commodity Market Surge Abates

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says Too Early to Declare ECB Success as Growth Firms

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda: Not thinking now about how to change BOJ's policy mix

[Reuters] As China's banks swap corporates for retail borrowers, risks rise

[CNBC] Mortgage applications rise 2% as more buyers hit the spring market

[Reuters] It's not just the VIX - low volatility is everywhere

[Bloomberg] Auto Loan Fraud Is Soaring in a Parallel to the Housing Bubble

[Reuters] China opening up its bond markets, but currency seen as major barrier

[FT] ETF industry vaults past $4 trillion in assets mark

[FT] Appetite returns for riskier US corporate debt

[FT] Investors line up for spate of junk bond sales

[WSJ] The Surprising Losers From the VIX’s Decline

[WSJ] Rich, Young Chinese Are Buying Overseas Properties on Their Smartphones

[Reuters] U.S. decision to arm Syrian Kurds threatens Turkey: foreign minister