Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Shares Mixed, Korea Advances as Calm Returns: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Dip Slightly as Korea Threat Recedes: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Americans' debt level notches a new record high

[CNBC] As housing affordability weakens, more buyers are left out in the cold

[Bloomberg] ‘Deep’ Subprime Car Loans Hit Crisis-Era Milestone

[Bloomberg] Homebuilder Sentiment in U.S. Reaches Three-Month High in August

[Bloomberg] ‘Ominous’ Sign for Stocks Seen by Bank of America in Fund Survey

[Bloomberg] Canadian Home Prices Tumble the Most Since 2008 Recession

[Reuters] Iran could quit nuclear deal in 'hours' if new U.S. sanctions imposed: Rouhani

[FT] Central banks holding a fifth of their governments’ debt

[FT] IMF warns China over ‘dangerous’ levels of debt

[FT] German judges refer case on ECB’s QE stimulus to European court

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Extends Gain After Retail Data; Bonds Drop: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Broad-Based Advance in U.S. Retail Sales Shows Solid Spending

[Reuters] U.S. import prices rebound after two straight monthly declines

[Bloomberg] ECB's QE Questioned by German Judges Asking for EU Review

[Reuters] Schaeuble: ECB to quit ultra-loose monetary policy in foreseeable future

[Reuters] China says it will defend interests if U.S. harms trade ties

[Reuters] North Korea's Kim holds off on Guam missile plan; Seoul says will prevent war by all means

[Bloomberg] As China's Shadow Banking Takes a Hit, the Cash Flows Elsewhere

[CNBC] Domestic demand keeps Germany driving euro zone economy in Q2

[Bloomberg] Australia's Central Bank Renews Alert on Mounting Household Debt

[WSJ] The ‘Fire and Fury’ Crisis: Trump Risks a Backfire Over China and North Korea