Monday, July 31, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Point Lower as Yen, Euro Extend Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Limp to the Finish of a Healthy July: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Chicago Pension Bills Soar as City Pays Up to Keep Funds Solvent

[CNBC] History says there's a 99% chance stock market returns will be subpar from here

[Bloomberg] Potential U.S. Oil Sanctions Boost Risk of Venezuela Default

[Bloomberg] Greenspan Sees Return of Stagflation Unseen Since 1970s

[FT] Trump tax reform plan heads into quagmire

[FT] Multinationals in China brace for online crackdown

[WSJ] Pentagon Offers Plan to Arm Ukraine

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed, Dollar Gains as Treasuries Slip: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Republicans Face Tough Choice: Repeal Obamacare or Cut Taxes

[Bloomberg] Inflation Hits Low Bar Draghi Set as Stimulus Debate Gets Closer

[Reuters] China central bank to ensure smooth, orderly deleveraging, assistant governor says

[Bloomberg] China Factory PMI Suggests Economic Momentum Dialed Back in July

[Reuters] Exclusive: MSCI warns Chinese companies about suspending trading of shares

[Bloomberg] China Asks Waldorf Owner Anbang to Sell Assets Abroad, Sources Say

[Reuters] China hits back at Trump criticism over North Korea

[CNBC] Mysterious craters blowing out of Russia could mean trouble for the whole planet

[WSJ] Late Credit-Card Payments Stoke Fears for Banks

[WSJ] Donald Trump Deepens GOP Divide

[FT] You are too complacent, central bankers warn markets

[FT] Trump’s rift widens with Republicans

[FT] One of China’s biggest P2P lenders quits ahead of clampdown