Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Tip Losses After U.S. Tech Slides: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Tech Rout Punishes U.S. Stocks as Treasuries Surge: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Weighs Use of Emergency Law to Curb Chinese Takeovers

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Finally Give In to Tech Turmoil

[Reuters] Fed's Bostic sympathetic to adopting price-level targeting

[Bloomberg] The How, What and Why of Spiraling Borrowing Costs for Aussie Banks

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stock Rally Fades After Surge in Asia, Europe: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Advances as Easing Trade Tensions Counter Oversupply Fears

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Advance More Than Forecast

[CNBC] Gold is breaking out, and a perfect storm may be brewing for a bigger rally

[MarketWatch] Dow’s 670-point surge belies fact that stock market is on the brink of an absolute breakdown

[Bloomberg] Headspinning Swings for S&P 500 Are Raising Stakes for Traders

[Bloomberg] China's Riskier Borrowers Escape Deleveraging and Sell Abroad

[Bloomberg] China's Big Banks Stage Profit Comeback as Bad Loans Recede

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Chairman Holds Talks With CEO Candidates

[Reuters] Exclusive: Satellite images reveal show of force by Chinese navy in South China Sea

[NYT] The Post-World War II Order Is Under Assault From the Powers That Built It

[NYT] Behind the Rise of China’s HNA: The Chairman’s Brother

[WSJ] Libor’s Rise Accelerates, Squeezing Short-Term Borrowers

[WSJ] 10 Years After The Crisis

[WSJ] Bostic Says Fiscal Policy Is Creating More Uncertainty for the Fed

[WSJ] Wall Street Bankers Get Biggest Raise in Four Years

[FT] Investors cool on ETFs