Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Face Mixed February Start After Fed: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Signals Cautious Optimism and Support for Higher Rates

[Bloomberg] Janet Yellen’s Fed Era Ends With Unanimous Vote of No Rate Hike

[Bloomberg] BofA Sees Bond Yields Rising More as Investors Catch Up to Fed

[Bloomberg] Former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan Sees Bubbles in Stocks and Bonds

[NYT] Worries Grow That the Price of Bitcoin Is Being Propped Up

[WSJ] Yellen Hands Off Go-Slow Approach to Rate Rises as She Departs Fed

[WSJ] New Fiscal Worry: Too Much Short-Term Borrowing as Deficit Climbs

[FT] Shale powers US oil output to heights of 1970

[FT] Inflationary pressures on the rise across markets

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Snap Two-Day Losing Streak; Dollar Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Trump urges Congress to help stimulate $1.5 trillion in infrastructure spending

[Bloomberg] Inflation Debate Grips Fed as Yellen Exits: Decision-Day Guide

[Bloomberg] U.S. Raises Long-Term Debt Sales as Budget Deficit Worsens

[Bloomberg] Employment Costs in U.S. Match Fastest 12-Month Gain Since 2008

[Bloomberg] Companies in U.S. Add More Jobs Than Forecast, ADP Data Show

[Reuters] Trump vows to protect U.S. intellectual property, without directly blaming China

[Bloomberg] Is the Long Bull Market Run Nearly Over?

[Bloomberg] China Factory Gauge Weakened Amid Pollution, Leverage Campaigns

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Inflation Slowdown Highlights ECB's Uphill Battle

[Bloomberg] HNA Unit Sells Dorian Stake at Loss as Debt Pressure Intensifies

[Bloomberg] HNA Targets $16 Billion in Asset Sales in First Half

[Bloomberg] Warnings on Correction in Asia, Hong Kong Stocks Grow Louder

[Bloomberg] Bank of Japan Offers to Buy More Bonds for First Time Since July

[Reuters] BOJ hoses down market speculation of early stimulus exit

[Bloomberg] Ford's Credit Rating Threatened by Negative Moody's Outlook

[WSJ] Yellen to Hand Off Go-Slow Approach to Rate Rises as She Departs Fed

[WSJ] Bond Selloff Sends Ripples Through Corporate Debt Market

[WSJ] Watch Out: The ‘China Price’ Is Weakening Again