Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Japan Stocks Point Higher as Kiwi Soars on Jobs: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Confidence Just Hit Its Highest Level in Almost 17 Years

[Bloomberg] U.S. Manufacturing Is Powering Up, Regional Report Cards Show

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Surges After World's Biggest Exchange Announces Plans for Futures

[WSJ] House Tax Plan to Delay Estate-Tax Repeal, Set Corporate Rate at 20%

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Extend Gains; Euro Drops as Inflation Slows: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Home-Price Gains in 20 U.S. Cities Showed Acceleration in August

[Bloomberg] U.S. Employment Costs Pick Up on Faster Wage Gains at Factories

[Politico] Trump’s unusual chance to stack the Fed

[Bloomberg] BOJ Keeps Stimulus Unchanged as It Trims Inflation Outlook

[Bloomberg] China Factory PMI Falls From Five-Year High on Pollution Cleanup

[Bloomberg] China Takes Action After Bond Market Sell-off With One-Two Punch

[Bloomberg] Another China Company Defaults on Bond Payment as Borrowing Costs Jump

[Bloomberg] You Wanna See Something Really Scary? Try These Market Charts

[Reuters] Beijing seen poised for fresh South China Sea assertiveness

[NYT] Thanks to Wall St., There May Be Too Many Restaurants

[FT] IMF warns volatility products loom as next big market shock

[WSJ] China’s Dangerous Return to One-Man Reign