Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip From Records, Treasuries Advance: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed's Brainard Says Soft Inflation May Warrant Rate Rethink

[Bloomberg] Another Warning Sign Flashes for Subprime Auto Loans

[Bloomberg] Investors Go All-In on Tech Giants

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip From Records as Commodities Slump: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Spending Signals Second-Quarter Rebound On Track

[CNBC] US home prices climb 5.8 percent in March: S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller

[Bloomberg] Rise in Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Reflects Lean Inventory

[Bloomberg] Italy Hatching Snap Elections Drives Traders to Seek Cover

[Reuters] Exclusive: ECB to discuss closing door to extra stimulus next week - sources

[Bloomberg] Trump Blasts Germany Again as Merkel Talks Up Indian Relations

[Bloomberg] History Says Emerging-Market Carry Trade Could End in Tears

[WSJ] Fed Officials Likely to Raise Rates in June, Finalize Plans to Reduce Portfolio

[WSJ] GOP’s Proposed Tax Changes Are No Match for Status Quo

[FT] China’s shadow banking crackdown shakes markets

[FT] Talk of early Italian election hits Milan equities

[FT] Debt pile-up in US car market sparks subprime fear

[FT] Global debt woes are building up to a tidal wave

[WSJ] Rural America is the New 'Inner City"

[FT] US banks pull back from $1.2tn car loans market

[WSJ] China Huishan Faces Corporate-Governance Meltdown