Thursday, September 28, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Round Out Strong Quarter With Caution: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed as Bonds, Dollar Slump on Tax Plan: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Fed's Fischer says important that QE reversed

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Bondholders Face Bigger Loss as Hurricane Toll Grows

[CNBC] Toronto, London and these other major housing markets are in a risky bubble, UBS says

[Bloomberg] Cohn Says Trump Is Committed to Ending Carried Interest ‘Loophole’

[Bloomberg] Carney's BOE Celebration Reopens Crisis Wounds Among Key Figures

[Reuters] Iran will drop nuclear deal if U.S. withdraws, foreign minister tells al Jazeera

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bond Rout Persists on Tax Plan, Rates; Euro Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Second-Quarter Growth Revised Upward to 3.1% Annual Pace

[CNBC] Trump advisor Gary Cohn says we can pay for the entire tax cut through economic growth

[AP] $5 trillion question for Trump tax plan: How to pay for it?

[CNBC] 'Frothy' markets remind me of 2007, and rising rates could kill the rally, Stephen Roach warns

[Bloomberg] Japan PM Abe Dissolves Lower House, Calls Snap Election

[Bloomberg] Fed's Rosengren Says `Regular and Gradual' Tightening Warranted

[Bloomberg] What Catalan’s Secession Vote Means to Investors

[Bloomberg] Here’s Where the Most Millionaires Are Being Minted

[Reuters] China will boost imports to make trade structure more balanced: commerce ministry

[Reuters] South Korea expects more North Korea provocations mid-October

[Bloomberg] Bannon’s Back and Targeting China

[NYT] Wealth Grew Broadly Over 3 Years, but Inequality Widened

[WSJ] Winners and Losers Under the Trump Tax Plan

[WSJ] What Awaits Wall Street in Trump Tax Plan

[WSJ] Abe Foes Unite, Threatening His Rule in Japan

[WSJ] Chinese Yuan Continues Its Drop Against the Dollar

[FT] Value of private equity dealmaking at highest level since 2007