Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Gain to Weigh on Japan Stocks, U.S. Shares Dip: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. 10-year yields highest since March on China bond holdings fears

[Bloomberg] Crude Advances to Highest Since 2014 as World's Surplus Shrivels

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin's Treasury Is Tested by China's Bond Policy Signals

[Bloomberg] Canada Raises Alarm on Trump Leaving Nafta

[CNBC] Market optimism reaches 'potential danger' sign not seen since 1986

[CNBC] The Fed, worrying about the next recession, considers changes

[FT] US government bond sell-off triggers warnings

[WSJ] For New Fed Chief, Stock Boom May Bring Bubble Déjà Vu

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries, Stocks Slump on China as Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Slide as China Said to View Them as `Less Attractive'

[Reuters] Bond yields hit multi-month highs on report China may slow U.S. bond purchases

[Reuters] Oil prices hit fresh highs, but worries grow of overheated market

[Bloomberg] China Weighs Slowing or Halting Purchases of U.S. Treasuries

[Bloomberg] ECB Hawks Take the Lead on QE Debate as Doves Stay Quiet

[Bloomberg] Softer Factory Inflation Leaves PBOC Focus on Debt, Not Prices

[Bloomberg] China's Central Bank Is Rethinking Relations With Markets

[Bloomberg] Asian Central Banks Push Back, Sending Dollar Bears a Warning Sign

[CNBC] Three rate hikes by the Fed in 2018 would be problematic for markets, expert says

[Bloomberg] Is the VIX Being Gamed? A Sudden Swoon Has Traders Talking Again

[Bloomberg] Man Group Says Emerging-Market Bond Values Don't Make Sense

[FT] US government bond sell-off gathers pace

[FT] Last of the market bears wait in hope of a crisis

[WSJ] ‘Fiduciary Rule’ Poised for Second Life Under Trump Administration

[FT] Trump and North Korea: the perils of a pre-emptive strike