Monday, February 6, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Jumps, Gold Falls as Demand for Havens Ebbs: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Greek Two-Year Yields Approach 10% Amid IMF Standoff With EU

[Reuters] Euro, European bonds unnerved by French politics

[Bloomberg] Smaller December U.S. Trade Deficit Caps Worst Year in Four

[Bloomberg] China Reserves Edge Below $3 Trillion as Yuan Pressure Increases

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Dodd-Frank Do-Over Diverted to Slow Lane With Obamacare

[CNBC] By this measure, stocks are massively overvalued

[Bloomberg] As China’s Doors Open, Foreign Investors Worry About Exits

[Bloomberg] The PBOC’s Tools to Manage Monetary Policy: QuickTake Scorecard

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Fall After Yen Climbs on Haven Demand: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Rise, U.S. Stocks Slip on Cautious Tone: Market Wrap

[Bloomberg] Philadelphia Fed’s Harker Says March Is on the Table for a Hike

[Reuters] Credit conditions for most business lending unchanged in fourth quarter : Fed

[Reuters] Goldman economists see more risks for U.S. economy

[Bloomberg] Goldman Sachs Economists Are Starting to Worry About President Trump

[Bloomberg] Draghi Rebuts Trump Lines on Currency Wars, Bank Rules

[WSJ] Investors Pile Into Treasurys, Bunds, Gilts as French Bonds Sell Off

[WSJ] SEC Faces Obstacles to Rolling Back Dodd-Frank Rules

[FT] Is Italy’s financial future resting on UniCredit?

[FT] Mario Draghi pushes back at Trump shake-up

[WSJ] For Donald Trump’s Team, Iran Moves Atop Confrontation List