Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Poised to Stem Losses; Dollar Gains: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Trump: Government shutdown 'could happen' Saturday

[Reuters] S&P says U.S. fiscal loosening could spell ratings action

[Bloomberg] Bond Traders Home In on Inflation Mystery as the Key to Winning 2018

[Reuters] Bitcoin zooms above $13,000 to record high on relentless demand

[NYT] China Says It’s Open for Business. Foreign Firms Find It’s Not That Simple.

[WSJ] Wall Street Tells Frackers to Stop Counting Barrels, Start Making Profits

[WSJ] Socialism, Capitalism Seen in New Light by Younger Americans

[FT] Just how much money did the ECB lose on its Steinhoff investment?

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Avoid Worst of Selloff as Bonds Climb: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] House tax positions begin to emerge ahead of talks with Senate

[CNBC] Here's what the Senate's tax bill means for your wallet

[Bloomberg] This Little-Known Tax Proposal Takes Aim at Your Trading Account

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Has No Idea What's Going to Happen to Credit Markets in 2018

[Bloomberg] The 2018 Outlook for Major Central Banks

[Bloomberg] Da Vinci and 702 Rate Cuts Make BofA Bearish on Markets in 2018

[Bloomberg] Copper Is Flashing Red as Stockpiles and Spreads Point Bearish

[CNBC] Chinese private fund assets hit a staggering $1.63 trillion

[Reuters] B-1B bomber joins U.S.-South Korea drills as tensions escalate

[WSJ] California Republicans Push to Preserve Income-Tax Deduction

[FT] US yield curve flattens at fastest pace since financial crisis

[FT] End of an era for irrational complacency in markets

[FT] Hunt for yield spurs return of esoteric crisis-era debt instrument