Monday, October 30, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall, Dollar Slumps as Treasuries Gain: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] House to Consider Five-Year Phase-in for Corporate Tax Cut

[Reuters] Trump likely to pick Fed's Powell to lead central bank: source

[CNBC] There are plenty of things that might be in this tax bill that could give the market indigestion

[CNBC] Savings rate hits lowest since financial crisis as Americans take on more risk

[Bloomberg] Homes Are Getting Snapped Up at the Fastest Pace in 30 Years

[Reuters] U.S. consumer spending grows at fastest pace since 2009, savings drop

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin's Market Cap Surges Past $100 Billion

[Reuters] China warns against attempts to contain Beijing before Trump visit

[NYT] Trump Is Expected to Name Jerome Powell as Next Fed Chairman

[WSJ] Bets on the Next Fed Chair: A History of Speculation Gone Wrong

[WSJ] ECB Decision Reopens Divide Atop Central Bank

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall From Records as Dollar Weakens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Bond Selloff Spreads to Stocks as Deleveraging Risks Mount

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Spending Rises Most Since 2009 on Car Buying

[Politico] State of the Fed

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Big Fed Chair Reveal: This Week in Washington

[Bloomberg] Biggest Stock Collapse in World History Has No End in Sight

[MarketWatch] Why stock-market bulls should be wary of rising tide of earnings shenanigans

[Bloomberg] Analysts See Deleveraging Concerns Behind China's Equity Selloff

[Reuters] China central bank boosting oversight of loans offered on the internet - media

[Reuters] As China's home prices cool, some property companies seek to reduce risks

[CNBC] Carbon dioxide in atmosphere hits highest level in 800,000 years, study says

[NYT] In Choice of Fed Chairman, Trump Downgrades Deregulation

[WSJ] Inflation: The Slumbering Giant Begins to Stir

[WSJ] Italy Faces Challenge of Living Without ECB Alchemy

[FT] Powell leading in Trump’s Fed chair reality-TV spectacle

[FT] Spain faces test of authority in Catalonia under direct rule

[FT] Wall Street banks rake in bumper fees from leveraged loans