Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Set to Drop, Dollar Slips on Tax News: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Stocks Slide, Dollar Gains as Taxes Take Focus: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Republicans' tax plans gain speed; Fitch warns on deficit

[CNBC] More housing markets are overvalued, and consumers feel the pain

[Bloomberg] Credit Markets Ripe for Correction, $40 Billion Bond Chief Says

[Reuters] Lebanon's Hariri visits UAE as home crisis escalates

[WSJ] Saudi Crackdown Targets Up to $800 Billion in Assets

[WSJ] Millennial Home Buyers Send a Chill Through Rental Markets

[WSJ] Credit Trades Du Jour: Exotic, ‘Nonlinear’ and Private

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise as Trump Talks Asia Trade; Bonds Gain: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Arab Stocks Sink Most in World as Rising Political Tension Bites

[Bloomberg] Here’s Where the GOP Tax Bill Stands Right Now

[Bloomberg] Multinationals Scurry to Defuse House Tax Bill’s ‘Atomic Bomb’

[Bloomberg] Saudi Crackdown Widens as More Bank Accounts Said Frozen

[Bloomberg] Key ECB Policy Makers Are Said to Have Challenged QE Pledge

[Bloomberg] The World's Biggest Bond Market Is More Calm Than Ever

[Bloomberg] China Firms Have Found a Way to Cut Debt, at Least on Paper

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Are Having Their Best Year Since 2013

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Hedge Funds Having to Turn New Clients Away

[Reuters] Trump lands in South Korea, frontlines of North Korean nuclear standoff

[BBC] Saudis accuse Iran of 'direct aggression' over Yemen missile

[NYT] Saudi Money Fuels the Tech Industry. It’s Time to Ask Why.

[WSJ] Tax Overhaul Faces Major Hurdles