Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Close at Records, Dollar Slips as Fed Looms: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Anbang Says Chairman Can't Perform Job for Personal Reasons

[Bloomberg] Jeff Gundlach sees trouble, says traders should raise cash 'literally today'

[Bloomberg] Here Are the Theories for Why Mega-Cap Tech Stocks Took a Bath

[Bloomberg] A Record Number of Investors Say Stocks Are Overvalued

[Bloomberg] Sinking Hong Kong Dollar Has Money Managers Unworried -- for Now

[WSJ] U.S. Companies Look Abroad to Sell Their Debt

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rebound, Dollar Weakens as Fed Looms: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. Treasury unveils financial reforms, critics attack

[Reuters] Fed set to raise interest rates, give more detail on balance sheet winddown

[Reuters] U.S. producer prices unchanged as energy costs drop

[Bloomberg] Charting the Lift in U.S. Job Market as Trump Seeks Elevation

[Bloomberg] Qatar Banks to Boost Deposit Rates to Attract Dollars

[Bloomberg] Schaeuble Calls for End to ‘Ultra Loose’ Monetary Policy

[Bloomberg] ECB Said to Be Unlikely to Include Greece in QE in Coming Months

[Reuters] Slowdown in BOJ's bond buying a result of stable yields - official

[Bloomberg] Bill Gross Warns All Financial Markets ‘Increasingly at Risk’

[CNBC] Trump reportedly told Yellen he considers her a 'low-interest-rate' person like himself

[NYT] Markets Unfazed as Federal Reserve Nears Plan to Shed Bonds

[WSJ] The Snowballing Power of the VIX, Wall Street’s Fear Index

[WSJ] Beneath the Uneasy Peace Between Donald Trump and Janet Yellen

[WSJ] Does Anyone Remember How to Make a Subprime Mortgage?

[FT] Why China no longer fears the Fed

[Reuters] Cyber firms warn of malware that could cause power outages

[Reuters] North Korea 'most urgent' threat to security: Mattis

[Reuters] Iran's Khamenei blames U.S. for regional instability, creation of Islamic State