Thursday, June 15, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall St. lower as tech slide resumes

[Bloomberg] BOJ Decision Guide: Kuroda Faces Pressure to Talk About Exit

[Bloomberg] The Nasdaq-100's Most Impressive Bull Run in Over 20 Years Is in Trouble

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Tumbles Most in More Than Two Years After Record Run

[CNBC] The Fed wants to go on 'autopilot': Look out for storm clouds ahead

[Bloomberg] Canada Home Sales Drop Most in Almost 5 Years on Toronto Decline

[Reuters] Kyle Bass still short yuan, says China credit bubble 'metastasizing'

[Bloomberg] China Builds Its Global Role, One Infrastructure Loan at a Time

[WSJ] Flush With Cash, Top Quant Funds Stumble

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slide on Tech, Dollar Gains After Fed: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil hits six-week low as OPEC fails to curb oversupply

[Bloomberg] BOE Policy Split Deepens as Three Officials Seek Rate Hike

[Reuters] China stands pat on rates after Fed lifts benchmark

[Reuters] Merkel ally renews German push for ECB to wind down bond purchases

[Bloomberg] Anbang Rout Turns China's Stock Giants From Heroes to Zeroes

[Bloomberg] Australian Unemployment Drops to Four-Year Low, Currency Surges

[Bloomberg] Dollar Bonds Coming Too Fast in Asia for Investors to Keep Up

[Bloomberg] Who Will Be the Next Fed Chair?

[NYT] Why Did China Detain Anbang’s Chairman? He Tested a Lot of Limits

[WSJ] Fed Raises Rates, Sets Out Plan to Shrink Asset Holdings Beginning This Year

[WSJ] A Requiem for Bond Buying: A Look Back at How the Fed Supersized Its Balance Sheet

[WSJ] Investors Play the Risky Role of Lender