Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall With Dollar as Treasuries Rise: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] How Financial Vulnerability Helped to Curb Global Productivity

[Bloomberg] U.S. Job Openings Hit Record High in April, Topping 6 Million

[Bloomberg] U.S. CEO Sentiment at Three-Year High Is Good Omen for Economy

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Havens Rally as Risk Events Stack Up; Oil Swings: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar hits seven-month low, stocks, oil retreat as caution reigns

[Reuters] Qatari riyal under pressure as Saudi, UAE banks delay Qatar deals

[Bloomberg] Five Questions About the Fed's $4.5 Trillion Balance Sheet

[Bloomberg] Trump’s America Is Facing a $13 Trillion Consumer Debt Hangover

[Bloomberg] Americans Are Pouring Money Into Their Homes Like It's the 1990s

[CNBC] Fast-rising home prices finally hit a wall

[Bloomberg] China's Banks Are Reshaping the Sovereign Dollar-Bond Market

[Bloomberg] How China’s Biggest Bank Became Wall Street’s Go-To Shadow Lender

[Bloomberg] Is the World Overdoing Low Interest Rates?

[Bloomberg] South Africa Has Second Recession in Eight Years

[Bloomberg] Noble Group's Misery Deepens as Shares Sink to Lowest Since 2000

[CNBC/FT] The $1bn hostage deal that enraged Qatar’s Gulf rivals

[FT] The ECB and tapering: a challenge that will not go away

[WSJ] One Market Gauge Is Signaling Fed Should Continue to Tighten Policy