Friday, July 7, 2017

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street climbs after jobs data as tech, financials rise

[Bloomberg] Cross-Asset Quants Are Facing Their Worst Losses in a Decade

[Bloomberg] Oil Posts Weekly Decline as U.S. Drillers Resume Expansion

[CNBC] Money is rushing into ‘the most dangerous trade in the world’

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Rise as Jobs Data Top Estimate: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Hiring Accelerates While Wage Growth Stays Flat

[Reuters] Bank of Japan offers to buy unlimited amount of bonds to calm markets

[Bloomberg] ECB Is Said to Wonder If ABS Program Worthwhile as QE Talks Loom

[Bloomberg] China Blasts G-20 Over Trade as Trump and Putin Shake Hands

[Bloomberg] Bond Rout Sounds Warning for Equities That Higher Rates Can Hurt

[Bloomberg] China Rewrites Rulebook on Capital Flows After Crisis Lessons

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets May Have Squandered the Rock-Bottom Rates Era

[CNBC] Ray Dalio, manager of world's biggest hedge fund, says 'keep dancing' but party ending soon

[Bloomberg] In America’s Richest State, the Capital Flirts With Bankruptcy

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Braces for Higher Rates as Currency Losses Quicken

[WSJ] Mester Says Fed Should Start Portfolio Runoff ‘Sooner Rather Than Later’

[Reuters] U.S. bombers challenge China in South China Sea flyover

[NYT] Hackers are Targeting Nuclear Facilities, Homeland Security Dept. and F.B.I. Say