Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[CNBC] Apple jumps 6% to record high after earnings beat estimates

[Reuters] Dow at record on strong earnings; Apple earnings awaited

[Bloomberg] Oil Drops as Market Awaits Confirmation of Steady Supply Decline

[Bloomberg] U.S. auto sales fall in July as carmakers slash rental fleet sales

[Bloomberg] Toyota, Nissan, Honda Beat U.S. Estimates as Local Brands Suffer

[CNBC, Olick] Four major US cities ring housing bubble alarm

[Bloomberg] China Needs to Act on $33 Trillion of Credit, Analyst Chu Says

[CNBC] Investors are more crowded into tech stocks than ever before

[Bloomberg] Paul Tudor Jones Clients Pull 15% From Main Hedge Fund

[WSJ] How Risky Loans Are Kept Afloat in Alphabet Soup

[Reuters] Venezuela seizes opposition leaders Lopez, Ledezma from homes

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Gain as Earnings, Data Boost Confidence: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Americans' Spending Barely Grew in June as Incomes Stagnated

[Bloomberg] U.S. Auto Market Slump Persists

[Reuters] China factory activity accelerates in July on strong export orders: Caixin PMI

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Economy Steams Ahead as ECB Waits for Inflation

[Bloomberg] China Forex Regulator Is Examining Top Dealmakers, Sources Say

[Reuters] Anbang denies regulators told it to sell overseas assets

[Bloomberg] Europe Becomes Hedge-Fund Hotspot as Economic Recovery Takes Off

[Bloomberg] 1MDB Misses $603 Million Payment to Abu Dhabi Sovereign Wealth Fund

[NYT] Debt-Ridden Chinese Giant Now a Shadow of Its Former Size

[WSJ] ETFs Now Have $1 Trillion More Than Hedge Funds

[WSJ] Auto Lender’s Risks Larger Than They Appear

[FT] Investors hedge against sharp stock market correction

[Reuters] President Xi says China loves peace but won't compromise on sovereignty

[WSJ] As Washington Churns, the World Grows More Dangerous