Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise, Dollar Slips in Mixed Session: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump Speaks and a $3.8 Trillion Market Hears an Existential Threat

[Bloomberg] In the World’s Most Livable Cities, Hardly Anyone Can Afford a Home

[CNBC] Puerto Rico bondholders on Wall Street are 'suicidal,' fear government will wipe them out - broker

[CNBC] For many Puerto Rico residents, it’s time to leave the island

[Reuters] Khamenei says Iran, Turkey must act against Kurdish secession: TV

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed, Dollar Falls as Treasuries Rise: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Spanish Bonds, Stocks Fall Ahead of Statement by Catalan Leader

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Bonds Plunge After Trump Suggests Debt May Need to Be Wiped Out

[Reuters] Catalonia to move to declare independence from Spain on Monday

[Bloomberg] Trump Aides Deliver Shortlist of Fed Candidates

[Bloomberg] Fed Chair Candidate Kevin Warsh Draws Opposition From Left and Right

[Bloomberg] Companies Add Fewest U.S. Workers in Nearly a Year, ADP Says

[CNBC] Trump says Puerto Rico's debt will have to be wiped out

[Bloomberg] Trump's Gambit on Puerto Rico Debt Is Classic Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] Southeast Asia Faces More Currency Risk Than Rest of Region, World Bank Says

[WSJ] Trump and the Fed

[The Hill] Swing-seat Republicans squirm over GOP tax plan

[WSJ] Apartment Slowdown Spreads to Less Expensive Cities

[WSJ] Why Emerging Markets Are Popping Again Despite the Risks

[FT] JPMorgan: Central bank normalisation may spark next financial crisis

[FT] Communist party asserts control over China Inc

[FT] Private credit booms as new hedge funds pile in