Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Losses Deepen for Global Stocks, Commodities Drop: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Throws Lifeline to Developers Hitting Record Wall of Debt

[Bloomberg] White House Is Considering El-Erian as Fed Vice Chair: DJ

[CNBC] There's something weird going on that's worrying the markets

[Bloomberg] ‘Irrational Exuberance’ May Rule the Roost in Stock Markets

[Bloomberg] Subprime Auto Delinquency Is Near Crisis Levels at Non-Bank Lenders

[Reuters] World has racked up 7,000 protectionist measures since crisis: study

[CNBC] Richest 1% now own half the world's wealth

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Greenback Decline as Euro Advances: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Wholesale Prices in U.S. Rose More Than Forecast in October

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

[Reuters] Risks ahead for U.S. tax push as disputes linger, Trump returns

[Bloomberg] China’s Economy Moderates as Retail, Factories, Investment Slow

[Bloomberg] More Pain Ahead for China Bonds After 10-Year Yield Breaches 4%

[Bloomberg] China Home Sales Fall by Most in Almost Three Years on Curbs

[Bloomberg] Venezuela’s Bondholder Meeting Is a Bust as S&P Declares Default

[Bloomberg] German Economy Beats Forecasts, Heads for Best Year Since 2011

[Reuters] Top central bankers vow to talk investors out of easy money

[CNBC] Investors thirsty for deals pump most money into quirky 'blank check' companies in a decade

[Bloomberg] Citigroup, UBS Are Among the Banks Most Exposed to Wealthy Saudi

[Reuters] Fed may need 'extreme' policy to deal with future shocks: Evans

[FT] ‘Irrational exuberance’: fund managers gorging on risky bets, says BAML