Friday, November 17, 2017

Friday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street slips on doubts about tax plan's progress

[CNBC] Senate advances tax bill — but some Republicans have problems with it

[CNBC] Investors are fleeing junk bonds in near record numbers, a troubling signal for the stock market

[Bloomberg] Erdogan Ends Rates Truce, Decrying Central Bank's `Wrong Path'

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Decline With Dollar as Treasuries Rise: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Climbs as Saudi Arabia Seeks to Dispel Doubts Over Russia

[Bloomberg] U.S. Home Starts Reach Highest Level in a Year, Permits Rise

[Bloomberg] Junk Bond Funds Post Third Biggest Outflow Ever Amid Risk Rout

[Bloomberg] The Business Tax Problem Causing Trouble for the GOP

[Bloomberg] The Chinese Government Just Triggered a Selloff in the Country's Shares

[Reuters] China overhauls $2.69 trillion public-private projects as debt fears rise

[Reuters] Images suggest North Korea 'aggressive' work on ballistic missile submarine: institute

[Reuters] North Korea rules out negotiations on nuclear weapons

[WSJ] House Passes GOP Bill to Overhaul Tax System

[WSJ] Strains Emerge in Asia’s Bond Market as Debt Issuers Cancel Sales

[WSJ] The Fed is Poisoning the Market. Here’s the Antidote.

[FT] Junk bond funds suffer biggest outflows since 2014

[FT] Emerging market jitters cast shadow over investment horizons