Monday, July 30, 2018

Monday Evening Links

[CNBC] Asian shares set to open slightly lower after US tech drops; Bank of Japan ahead

[BloombergQ] Tech Rout Slams Stocks as Oil Gains, Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Euro zone bond yields rise after Italian auction, BOJ moves into focus

[CNBC] Oil prices rise back above $70 a barrel

[Reuters] U.S. pays highest rate on 3-month bills in over a decade

[Reuters] Wary of China's rise, Pompeo announces U.S. initiatives in emerging Asia

[Reuters] Why is Saudi halting oil shipments through the Red Sea?

[WSJ] The Pension Hole for U.S. Cities and States Is the Size of Japan’s Economy

[WSJ] Goldman Partners’ Haul on Crisis-Era Options: $3 Billion

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] `Tired' Nasdaq Leads Stock Slump as Oil Rallies: Markets Wrap

[BloombergQ] Global Bond Yields Climb as Anxious Investors Await BOJ Review

[Reuters] U.S. pending home sales unexpectedly rise in June

[BloombergQ] Powell to Duck Trump Jabs and Let Economy Justify Fed Rate Pause

[BloombergQ] What Economists Still Don’t Get About the 2008 Crisis

[BloombergQ] The BOJ's Stock Market Distortions Are Coming Under New Scrutiny

[Reuters] Japan retail sales pick up in positive sign for spending

[BloombergQ] Emerging Market Dollar-Credit Binge Extends to $3.7 Trillion

[BloombergQ] Fiscal Policy Dials Up as Era of Easy Money Draws to a Close

[WSJ] Employers Eager to Hire Try a New Policy: ‘No Experience Necessary’

[FT] Japan government bond yields climb as BoJ reviews policy

[FT] China plans tighter controls on foreign stakebuilding

[FT] Regional lenders: China’s most dangerous banks

[BloombergSub] Mnuchin to Wield Power Over Yield Curve With Fresh Supply Boost

[BloombergSub] The $500 Billion Market the World Never Thought It Would See