Monday, September 25, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Havens Climb on North Korea as Stocks Point Lower: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Sen. Susan Collins says she will vote 'no' on Obamacare repeal bill, likely dooming it

[CNBC] Economists at the Fed are worried about its ability to respond to future crises

[Bloomberg] China's Curbs, Debt Woes Bring Developers Crashing Back to Earth

[Bloomberg] Global Markets on Edge After Politics Back in Spotlight

[Reuters] Fed policymakers clash on outlook for inflation

[Bloomberg] Dudley Says Fed to Maintain Gradual Tightening; Evans Is Wary

[Reuters] Turnout high as Iraqi Kurds defy threats to hold independence vote

[Bloomberg] Turkey Warns Iraq Kurds It Can ‘Close the Valves’ on Oil Exports

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Sink as North Korea Escalates War Talk: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] North Korea's Foreign Minister Says Trump Comments Amount to Declaration of War

[Bloomberg] Fed's Dudley Says He Sees Inflation Restraints Proving Temporary

[Bloomberg] GOP Revises Obamacare Repeal Bill Likely Headed for Defeat

[Bloomberg] Merkel’s Bloc Regroups After ‘Nightmare Victory’ in Germany

[Bloomberg] China Developers Plunge as Government Expands Tightening

[Reuters] ECB becoming more confident about inflation rebound: Draghi

[Reuters] Merkel hangs on to power but bleeds support to surging far right

[Bloomberg] Abe’s Future Hinges on Margin of Victory in Snap Election

[Bloomberg] Crypto-Mania Grips Hong Kong as City Looks for Life Beyond Banks

[Reuters] Turkey's Erdogan threatens to cut off oil flow from Iraq's Kurdish area over referendum

[NYT] As China Piles on Debt, Consumers Seek a Piece of the Action

[WSJ] Ignore the Fed’s Yield Sign at Your Peril

[WSJ] German Results Reflect European Unease Over Identity, Economy

[FT] Merkel faces complex coalition talks as grip on power weakens

[WSJ] World’s Largest Money-Market Fund Will Lower Its Returns, Shed Risk