Thursday, November 9, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Dollar Fall on Senate Tax Plan Concerns: Markets Wrap

[Politico] Senate tax bill expected to delay corporate rate cut until 2019

[Bloomberg] Here's what's in the Senate Republican tax plan

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Rally Unravels, One Bad Earnings Report at a Time

[Bloomberg] Major Stock Selloffs Just Aren't What They Used to Be

[Bloomberg] Crude Approaches 28-Month High as Saudi Crackdown Intensifies

[BBC] Saudi Arabia tells citizens to leave Lebanon at once

[Reuters] Exclusive: Lebanon believes Saudi holds Hariri, demands return

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Drop as Miners Decline; Dollar Fluctuates: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] What Analysts Say About Nikkei's Mid-Afternoon Drop: Roundup

[Bloomberg] In 2017, Investors Can Either Buy Bubbles or Be Left Far Behind

[Reuters] Tax-cut debate in U.S. Congress swings to Senate bill

[Politico] House leaders race to round up tax votes

[Bloomberg] Fed Chair Nominee Powell Is No Ph.D., But No Pushover Either

[Bloomberg] China Factory Prices Surge Again as Pollution Drive Curbs Output

[Bloomberg] Here's Another Way China's Bond Market Is Walled Off From World

[Bloomberg] Italian Debt Load Up This Year, Above 130% in 2018, EU Says

[CNBC] Trump: 'I give China great credit' for taking advantage of the US — but that must change

[FT] Trump warns Xi over ‘out of kilter’ US-China trade tries

[WSJ] In China, Trump Cajoles Xi With Tough Talk, Flattery

[WSJ] Democrats, GOP Spar Over Who Is to Blame for Rising Health-Insurance Premiums

[Reuters] Trump tells China's Xi he believes North Korea solution can be found

[Reuters] Deep in Yemen war, Saudi fight against Iran falters

[FT] Middle East tensions rise as Iran and Saudi Arabia jostle for power