Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Havens Slip in Tussle of Politics Versus Inflation: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Asia stocks up as Trump's dollar comment boosts exporters; sterling shines

[Bloomberg] Consumer Prices in U.S. Rise for Fifth Month on Shelter, Fuel

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Options for Weakening Dollar Extend Far Beyond Tweeting

[Reuters] Business euphoria over Trump gives way to caution, confusion

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Earnings Climb as Trading Outpaces Expectations

[Bloomberg] China's Central Bank Pumps Out a Record $60 Billion Before Holidays

[Reuters] China 2016 home prices surge most in 5 years, but moderating, easing bubble fears

[Bloomberg] China Home Prices Rose in Fewest Cities in 11 Months Amid Curbs

[Reuters] Capital curbs push Chinese firms to risky, costly dollar bonds

[NYT] Run-Up Since Election Slows as Investors Consider Risks

[Washington Post] No longer welcome? American companies fear China’s turning its back on them.

[FT] ECB bond buying slide raises taper questions

[Reuters] China urges U.S. to bar Taiwan delegation from Trump inauguration

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Japan to Join Global Stock Selloff as Yen Jumps: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Banks Lead U.S. Stock Declines as Dollar Weakens, VIX Jumps

[CNBC] Bank stocks post worst day in half a year as Trump uncertainties grow

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drops on Trump Comments as May Boosts Pound: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Spawns New Debt Market to Ease Burden on Local Governments

[CNBC] Trump just signaled the death of Clinton-era strong dollar policy

[Reuters] Deutsche Bank signs $7.2 billion deal with U.S. over risky mortgages

[CNBC] Social Security has a looming $11 trillion shortfall

[Bloomberg] These Are the Biggest Global Risks for 2017

[FT] Trump team questions the almighty dollar

[WSJ] Behind China’s Bond Selloff, a Risky Twist on the Repo Trade