Thursday, October 5, 2017

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street extends record run on tax overhaul optimism, solid data

[Reuters] Oil rises 2 percent, boosted by potential OPEC deal

[Reuters] Spanish court suspends Catalan parliament session, throwing independence call in doubt

[Bloomberg] Oil at $50 Has Energy Companies Selling Debt Like It's 2014

[Bloomberg] The One Fed Choice That Would Really Spook The Bond Market

[Bloomberg] Jim Grant Is 'Bearish' on Bridgewater, Saying Dalio Isn't Focused on Investing

[Reuters] Trump expected to decertify Iran nuclear deal, official says

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Advance as Treasuries Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Factbox: Who will Trump pick to lead the Federal Reserve?

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Short List for Fed Chair Features These Hawks and Doves

[Reuters] U.S. budget deficit could obstruct Trump's tax cut plan

[Bloomberg] Tax Cuts Will Only Get Harder From Here

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico Is Running Out of Money

[Bloomberg] ECB Officials Opened QE Debate as Stronger Euro Sparked Concern

[Reuters] Catalan leader says not afraid of arrest over independence: report

[Bloomberg] May Faces Calls to Quit After Speech That Went Wrong

[WSJ] Donald Trump’s Fed Choice: Continuity or Disruption

[FT] Fed has no reliable theory of inflation, says Tarullo

[FT] Catalan crisis sparks sell-off for bonds and equities

[FT] ECB policymakers signal support for winding down QE next year, meeting minutes show