Thursday, July 20, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Gain Slightly as Trump Probe Said to Widen: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Ryan says top U.S. officials nearing consensus on tax reform

[Bloomberg] China's Deleveraging Campaign Takes On Toughest Target Yet

[Bloomberg] BOJ's Refusal to Budge Sparks a Revival of Japanese Flow Abroad

[CNBC] Bitcoin bubble dwarfs tulip mania from 400 years ago, Elliott Wave analyst says

[Bloomberg, El-Erian] Why the ECB Decided to Stand Pat on Stimulus

[NYT] Central Bankers Play Waiting Game on Inflation

[WSJ] ECB’s Inaction Echoes Global Caution Over Weak Inflation

[Reuters] U.S. general says allies worry Russian war game may be 'Trojan horse'

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Euro Climbs as Draghi Talks Up Growth; Gold Slips: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Mueller Expands Probe to Trump Business Transactions

[Bloomberg] ECB Leaves Guidance Unchanged as Anticipation for Autumn Builds

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says Officials ‘Aren't There Yet’ as ECB Keeps Stimulus

[Bloomberg] BOJ Keeps Rates Unchanged, Postpones 2% Inflation Deadline

[CNBC] US homes are now more valuable than ever

[Bloomberg] Trump's Honeymoon With China Ends as Dialogue Turns Frosty

[Reuters] U.S., China fail to agree on trade issues, casting doubt on other issues

[Bloomberg] S&P 500’s Biggest Pension Plans Face $382 Billion Funding Gap

[Bloomberg] When Will the ECB Pull Its Trillions From the Markets?

[Reuters] Japan's June export growth points to sustained economy recovery

[Bloomberg] Australia Has Largest Back-to-Back Full-Time Job Gain Since 1988

[FT] Weaker US dollar boosts appetite for carry trades in currencies

[FT] ECB meeting: can Draghi avoid a taper tantrum?

[WSJ] Defaults Remain Rare in China’s Bond Market