Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Extend Global Rally on Earnings, Bonds Fall: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Trump says Yellen and Cohn possible Fed chair picks: WSJ

[Bloomberg] It's Five Years Since Draghi's 'Whatever It Takes'

[Reuters] Final decision on steel trade policy may have to wait, Trump tells WSJ

[Bloomberg] Fund Managers and Strategists Think the Bull Market Is Ending Next Year

[Bloomberg] U.S. Signals Clampdown on Red-Hot Digital Coin Offerings

[Reuters] Jobs lift U.S. consumer confidence to near 16-year high

[WSJ] Cohn and Yellen Are Among Trump’s Contenders to Lead Fed

Tuesday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rally as Bonds Slip, Industrial Metals Gain: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Advance to $47 as Saudis Pledge Deep Export Cuts

[Bloomberg] Steady Home-Price Gains in 20 U.S. Cities Show Tight Inventory

[Bloomberg] Government Shutdown Odds Grow With GOP Border Wall Funding Bill

[Reuters] 'Euphoric' exporters lift German business morale to new high

[Bloomberg] BOJ newcomers back 2 percent price goal, say too early to debate stimulus exit

[Bloomberg] Economists Raise China GDP Forecast After Growth Beats Estimates

[Businessweek] Record-Low ECB Rates Are a €1 Trillion Government Windfall

[NYT] China’s HNA Discloses Shift of Ownership Stake to Foundation

[SCMP] China will protect border with India ‘at all costs’

[WSJ] Venezuela Bonds Slide Following Sanctions Threat

[FT] Credit default swaps: a $10tn market that leaves few happy

[FT] Zombie companies keep ECB policymakers awake at night

[Bloomberg] Abe Overtaken by Rival as Top Choice for Japan Premier in Poll

[Reuters] China urges halt to oil drilling in disputed South China Sea

[NYT] For China’s Global Ambitions, ‘Iran Is at the Center of Everything’