Thursday, January 12, 2017

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise, Treasuries Fall on Economic Data: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Asian shares slip, dollar on track for losing week

[Bloomberg] Wholesale Prices in U.S. Rise for Third Time in Four Months

[Bloomberg] U.S. Retail Sales Picked Up in December on Motor Vehicle Demand

[CNBC] Millennials are falling behind their boomer parents

[Bloomberg] PBOC Said to Boost Yuan Curbs as Banks Told to Balance Flow

[Bloomberg] China’s Exports Remain Tepid as Trump Trade Challenge Looms

[AFP] Germany calls on ECB to wind down economic stimulus

[Bloomberg] Schaeuble Sees New Greek Bailout Risk as German Polls Loom

[Bloomberg] What’s Causing Those Capital Outflows From China: QuickTake Q&A

[Bloomberg] China Commodities Juggernaut Rolls Into 2017 as Records Tumble

[Reuters] Chinese tabloid says U.S. needs to 'wage war' to block off South China Sea islands

[Reuters] China, Russia agree on more 'countermeasures' against U.S. anti-missile system: Xinhua

[NYT] Trump’s Pick on Trade Could Put China in a Difficult Spot

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Shows Greater Unity on Path for Interest Rates

[WSJ] U.S. Budget Deficit Widening Again Amid Talk of Possible Tax Cuts

[FT] Japan leads surge in equity inflows at start of the year

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip With Dollar as Commodities Rally: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Inside the Fed's Head: The 2011 Transcripts

[Reuters] Yellen had 'super risky' proposal for Fed's 2011 low-rate vow: transcripts

[Bloomberg] Stocks Are No Longer the Most Actively Traded Securities in Stock Markets

[Bloomberg] Extreme Bets on Higher Yields Inflict a New Kind of Pain Trade

[Bloomberg] Collapsing Asset Correlations Have Active Managers Celebrating Trump Disruption

[Reuters] U.S. government posts $28 billion deficit in December

[Reuters] Trump's Pentagon choice says U.S. needs to be ready to confront Russia