Thursday, January 26, 2017

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate on GDP as Dollar, Gold Fall: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Greek Bonds Drop as Euro-Area Meeting Deadlock Continues: Chart

[Bloomberg] U.S. Economic Growth Cools on Biggest Trade Drag Since 2010

[Bloomberg] As Bond Bear Market Beckons, Veterans Tell Tales of the Unknown

[Bloomberg] Republicans Are Making Little Progress on Their Obamacare Repeal Strategy

[Bloomberg] Why China's 'Creative' Way to Fight Capital Outflows Won't Be Sustainable

[Bloomberg] Draghi Reticence on ECB Tapering Can’t Stop Inflation Chatter

[Politico] Trump's first wall to overcome: Congress

[NYT] How to Interpret the Trump Administration’s Latest Signals on Mexico

[WSJ] U.S.-Mexico Rift Deepens Over Trade Threat, Canceled Meeting

[WSJ] A Default in China Spreads Anxiety Among Investors

[WSJ] Greece and Creditors Fail to Make Progress on Bailout Deal

[FT] China spells out curbs on capital outflows

[FT] People are worried about Chinese property bond market liquidity

[Time] Mexicans Launch Boycotts of U.S. Companies in Fury at Donald Trump

[The Hill] 5 things to watch in Trump's meeting with British prime minister 

[Washington Post] Trump: Strong military matters more than balanced federal budget

[CNBC] ‘Looks as if the world is preparing for war,' says former Soviet president Gorbachev

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed, Peso Falls as Wall Tension Rises: Market Wrap

[Reuters] Trump seeks 20 percent tax on Mexico goods to pay for wall, crisis deepens

[Bloomberg] Trump Floats 20 Percent Border Tax as Feud with Mexico Deepens

[Reuters] Mexico president cancels U.S. visit after Trump wall comments

[Reuters] ECB could withdraw stimulus if inflation rise sustained - Germany's Weidmann

[Bloomberg] World’s Biggest Real Estate Buyers Are Suddenly Short on Cash

[Bloomberg] Trump Threatens to Undo Nafta’s Auto Alley

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Can’t Quit the Mexican Peso

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin Faces Senate Questions on China View, Volcker Rule, Debt

[Bloomberg] U.S. Wage Disparity Took Another Turn for the Worse Last Year

[Bloomberg] Guess Which Way the Doomsday Clock Just Ticked

[NYT] Trump Strategist Steve Bannon Says Media Should ‘Keep Its Mouth Shut’

[WSJ] Canceled Meeting Deepens U.S.-Mexico Rift

[FT] Jens Weidmann fuels debate on ending ECB monetary stimulus

[WSJ] Europe’s Economy Takes Over From Trump in Driving Local Bond Yields