Thursday, June 8, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Pound Drops as U.K. Exit Poll Unnerves Investors: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] May's grip on power in doubt as UK election heads for stalemate

[Reuters] Stunning blow for May as UK exit poll points to no clear winner

[FT] Exit polls show disaster for Theresa May as voters punish Tories

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks at Records Amid Comey as Euro Weakens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China's Banks Brace for June Cash Squeeze as Funding Costs Jump

[Bloomberg] U.S. Households Just Added $2.35 Trillion in Wealth in the First Quarter

[Bloomberg] Kuroda Says Japan Still a ‘Long Way’ From Meeting Inflation Goal

[Reuters] FBI ex-head accuses White House of lies, does not say Trump obstructed justice

[Bloomberg] No One Has Ever Made a Corruption Machine Like This One

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] ECB Saps Euro Strength as Vote Unnerves U.K.: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ECB Drops Guidance on Rate Cuts in Step Toward Stimulus Exit

[Reuters] ECB keeps money taps open but drops reference to rate cuts

[Reuters] Britons vote in election seen strengthening May's Brexit hand

[Bloomberg] Jobless Claims in U.S. Resume Decline Amid Tight Labor Market

[Bloomberg] BOJ Is Said to Mull How to Communicate Eventual Stimulus Exit

[Bloomberg] German Industrial Production Rises in Sign of Strong Recovery

[Reuters] ECB to keep taps open as economic outlook uncertain

[Bloomberg] Is China in Lock-Step With the Fed? Keep Watch Next Week

[Reuters] Italy ruling party says deal on new electoral law 'dead', markets rally

[Bloomberg] Elliott's Singer Warns System May Be More Leveraged Than 2008

[Bloomberg] China’s Exports Rise in May as Global Trade Outlook Brightens

[Bloomberg] India's Rising Temperatures Are Deadly: Study

[WSJ] House Set to Pass Bill Rolling Back Wall Street Rules

[FT] ECB rules out rate cut but confirms QE until year end

[FT] $16tn US retirement sector faces radical overhaul