Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Oil drops to 10-month low; biggest first-half slide in 20 years

[Reuters] Nasdaq boosted by biotechs; energy, banks weigh on Dow, S&P

[Bloomberg] U.S. Enjoying Easiest Financial Conditions in Three Years: Chart

[Reuters] U.S. existing home sales unexpectedly rise in May

[CNBC] Divide widens between housing haves and have-nots

[Bloomberg] High-Yield Carnage Stays Contained for Now

[Bloomberg] Toronto Home Sales Cool Amid Signs Prices May Be Next to Fall

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Decline as Crude Struggles; Pound Advances: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Drop Into Bear Market as Supply Remains Plentiful

[Bloomberg] BOE’s Haldane Sees Case for Raising Interest Rates This Year

[Reuters] After weeks of secrecy, U.S. Senate to unveil healthcare bill

[CNBC] Mortgage applications hold steady as rates remain low

[Bloomberg] ECB Sees Trump Administration as Key Risk to Global Economy

[Bloomberg] Saudi King Removes Crown Prince, Appoints Mohammed Bin Salman as Replacement

[Reuters] Brazilian police deliver graft investigation against Temer

[Bloomberg] Balance of Power: How to Read the Saudi Shakeup

[Bloomberg] Take a Look at the States Sending the Most Carbon Into the Air

[WSJ] U.S. Oil Falls Into Bear Market Amid Worries Over Supply Glut

[WSJ] Forget Trump-Generated Volatility. The World Is Awash in Calm

[FT] Assets of $1.5tn wash up in British Virgin Islands

[FT] Battle for eastern Syria risks US, Russia and Iran confrontation