Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Surges Past $59 as Apple Drags on Tech Stocks: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. IPOs Bounce Back: Five Key Measures of 2017's Listings

[Bloomberg] Five Years of Abenomics: The Good, the Bad and the Sluggish

[Washington Post] America's trade wars are heating up as U.S. firms sue for relief from foreign competitors

[FT] Driver shortage sends truck haulage rates higher

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Apple Drags Down Tech Shares as Gold, Oil Advance: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil at Three-Week High Amid Reports of Libya Oil Pipe Explosion

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Increase by Most Since 2014

[Bloomberg] U.S. IPOs Bounce Back: Five Key Measures of 2017's Listings

[Bloomberg] iPhone X Shipment Forecasts Cut by Analysts Citing Tepid Demand

[CNBC] Amazon celebrates 'biggest holiday' as Prime members surge

[Reuters] BOJ Kuroda: Must watch for excessive risk-taking in markets

[Bloomberg] Japan Inflation Picks Up in November But Still Below Target

[Reuters] Japan's household spending jumps but BOJ seen keeping stimulus

[CNBC] Billionaire David Einhorn says the key to investing success is ‘critical thinking’

[CNBC] 2017 — a year of disaster

[NYT] China’s New Lenders Collect Invasive Data and Offer Billions. Beijing Is Worried.

[WSJ] Are Central Bankers About to Lose Control?

[WSJ] Retailers Feel Shoppers’ Christmas Cheer