Monday, January 30, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Trump Sets Tone as Dollar Weakens, Stocks Retreat: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Greek Bond Yields Surge Amid Stalled Bailout Review, IMF Quarrel

[Bloomberg] Asian shares rattled by Trump policy worries, dollar soft

[Bloomberg] Merkel Pushes Back at Trump Team’s Accusations on German Trade

[Reuters] Trump trade adviser Navarro says Germany using "grossly undervalued" euro -FT

[Reuters] Dollar heads for worst January in a decade

[Reuters] Fed likely to keep rates steady as it awaits Trump economic plan

[Reuters] Potent euro zone growth, inflation pressures reluctant ECB

[Bloomberg] That ECB Taper Might Just Sneak Up on Us

[Bloomberg] Kuroda on Cruise Control Belies Risks Trump Poses for BOJ

[Bloomberg] BOJ Holds Stimulus With Little Change in Inflation Outlook

[Reuters] U.S. home prices increase faster than expected in November

[Bloomberg] Brazil’s Jobless Rate Reaches All-Time High in December

[Bloomberg] U.S. College Endowments Lose 1.9% in Worst Showing Since 2009

[NYT] Republicans’ Paths to Unraveling the Dodd-Frank Act

[Bloomberg] Le Pen Already Taking Le Sword to French Stocks and Bonds: Chart

[FT] Frexit: Le Pen to seek euro exit in six-month negotiation plan

[WSJ] Trump Vows Regulatory Rollback

[Reuters] Kiev and Kremlin trade blame over surge in east Ukraine fighting

Monday EveningLinks

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks to Drop on Trump Ban After Yen’s Gain: Market Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump Rally Hits Speed Bump on Immigration Concern: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] There's a Huge Gap Between American Economic Hopes and Reality

[Bloomberg] European Debt Crisis Memories Rattle Markets, Defy Confidence

[Reuters] U.S. inflation getting Trump lift: Wall Street strategist

[NYT] Trump’s Trade War May Have Already Begun

[NYT] Court Orders Justice Dept. to Release Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Documents

[WSJ] Fear Picks Up as VIX Rises Most Since November

Monday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] U.S. stocks slump as Trump's travel ban triggers uncertainty

[Reuters] New euro zone loans to Greece hinge on IMF participation in bailout: ESM

[Reuters] Bond markets set for a taste of the 60s as inflation picks up

[Bloomberg] German Pride Shifts to Angst in Role as Europe’s Reflator