Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop as Dollar Climbs With Treasuries: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] House GOP leaders slam a last-minute business tax addition to the Senate tax bill

[Reuters] British PM May faces pressure to soften Brexit divorce after EU exit deal crumbles

[CNBC] Stock market ETFs are attracting a record-setting level of investor cash

[Bloomberg] It Looks Like Another Rough Year for the Dollar in 2018

[WSJ] Aetna’s Outgoing CEO Set to Reap About $500 Million if CVS Deal Closes

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Tech Shares Rebound as Metals Fall With Pound: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Trade Deficit Is Widest Since January

[Bloomberg] Growth in U.S. Service Industries Cools From a 12-Year High

[Bloomberg] State Street Says Short-Volatility Trades Are Storing Up Trouble

[Bloomberg] Senate Bill ‘Bombshell’ Could Raise Taxes on Tech

[BusinessWeek] China’s Infrastructure Binge Is Set for a Major Slowdown

[Bloomberg] Anglo-Saxon Capitalism Gets the Blame for Financial Crises

[CNBC] Stock market's crazy Monday could be a warning

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin is a 'dangerous speculative bubble,' Yale expert says

[Bloomberg] HNA's Units Are on a Borrowing Spree, Swallowing High Rates

[CNBC] North Korea's nuclear ambitions at 'dangerous point,' and could threaten China's market rally, Stephen Roach warns

[FT] The Trump bear market for bonds is fast arriving

[WSJ] Companies Push to Repeal AMT After Senate’s Last-Minute Move to Keep It Alive