Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Pare Gains, Dollar Falls on CEO Rebuke: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump Ends Business Councils as CEOs Turn Against President

[Reuters] Fed policymakers grow more worried about weak inflation: minutes

[CNBC, Cox] Fed minutes: Central bank split over path of rate hikes

[Reuters] Fed's Mester says U.S. rate hikes should continue despite weak inflation

[Bloomberg] Chinese Demand Pushes the Market for Asia's Dollar Bonds Toward $1 Trillion

[FT] Fed divided on start to balance sheet unwinding

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise as Investors Await Fed Minutes: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Minutes May Show Battle Lines Hardening Over Soft Inflation

[CNBC] This is what the markets are looking for from the Fed Wednesday

[Reuters] ECB's Draghi will not deliver fresh policy steer at Jackson Hole: sources

[Bloomberg] U.S. Housing Starts Fell in July on Apartment Building Slowdown

[Reuters] As NAFTA talks begin, Trump's 'America First' agenda looms large

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Risks Keeling Over as Slowing China Drives Reversal

[Reuters] India, China soldiers involved in border altercation: Indian sources

[Politico] The Real Reason North Korea Is Threatening Guam

[WSJ] Trump’s Loyal Sidekick on North Korea: Japan’s Shinzo Abe

[FT] Fed’s Fischer attacks moves to unwind regulations

[FT] Emerging-market assets ‘increasingly influenced’ by ETF investors – Citi