Thursday, May 11, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop as Treasuries Rise, Crude Rallies: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Four Charts That Show China's Equity Selloff Is Getting Ugly

[Bloomberg] Loonie, Bank Bonds Drop as Moody's Downgrades Canada Lenders

[Bloomberg] Fed Plan for Gradual Rate Hikes Is Starting to Look Complacent

[Bloomberg] Goldman Expects the Fed to Do More as Financial Conditions Prove Resilient

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Are Facing a U.S. Criminal Probe Over Bond Valuations

[FT, Tett] Crazy times and calm markets make odd bedfellows

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall as Oil Leads Commodities Rebound: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Rebound in U.S. Wholesale Prices Signals Inflation Pressures

[Bloomberg] Jobless-Benefit Rolls at 28-Year Low Show U.S. Labor Tightness

[Bloomberg] Dudley Says Fed May Begin Paring Balance Sheet This Year or Next

[Bloomberg] Domestic Retail Buyers Are Propping Up the U.S. Credit Market

[Reuters] China April vehicle sales notch steepest fall in 20-months on tax hike

[Bloomberg] Elusive Inflation Amid Faster Growth Makes ECB Task More Complex

[Reuters] ECB's Constancio Says Loose Policy for Longer Is Safer Bet

[WSJ] Money From Chinese State Giants Helped Fund Aluminum Stockpile

[FT] Peak emerging markets heave into view

[FT] Mario Draghi riled by Dutch MPs in public grilling

[WSJ] Trump Administration, Senators Put Fannie, Freddie Overhaul Back in Play

[NYT] How ‘Brexit’ Could Alter London, the World’s Banker