Monday, October 2, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P, Dow at record highs as financials, healthcare climb

[Reuters] Oil falls more than 2 percent on signs of higher output

[CNBC] Companies to pay in 10 percent 'range' on foreign profits, White House says

[Reuters] Hurricanes Harvey, Irma lift U.S. factory activity index to 13-year high

[Reuters] Atlanta Fed raises U.S. third quarter GDP growth view to 2.7 percent

[CNBC] Stressed retail industry plunging deeper into junk territory, S&P says

[Bloomberg] Manhattan Condos Are Barely Yielding More Than Government Treasuries

[WSJ] The Most Important—And Least Understood—Thing in the Market: Taxes

[FT] Puerto Rico seeks ‘tens of billions of dollars’ in US aid

[FT] Treasury bulls face test after September sell-off

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Advance as Spain Woes Hit Euro: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Eyes Rates as Asset-Price Tool in Break With Hands-Off Past

[Bloomberg] Cohn Says Repatriation Tax Rate Will Be in '10-Percent Range'

[CNBC] Favorite to be next Fed chair believes central bank is a 'slave' to the stock market

[BBC] Catalan referendum: Who will move next in Spain's crisis?

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Manufacturing Confidence Touches a Decade High

[Bloomberg] Abe’s Support Falls in Two Polls Ahead of Snap Election

[Bloomberg] Automakers Plan Electric Car Blitz as Tesla Burns Billions

[WSJ] Trump Tells Tillerson Talking to North Korea Is A Waste of Time

[FT] Rajoy faces huge task after Catalonia independence referendum

[WSJ] China Throws Its Sinking Private Sector a Life Vest