Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Banks lift stocks, U.S. yields climb after data

[Bloomberg] No More Waiting: Inflation May Have Already Hit Fed's Target

[Bloomberg] March Fed Hike in Play for Traders After Inflation Surge: Chart

[Bloomberg] Markets Learn to Live With a More Hawkish Yellen

[Bloomberg] Americans Just Broke the Psychologists’ Stress Record

Wednesday News Links

[Reuters] World stocks head towards record high on Yellen, U.S. outlook

[Reuters] Treasuries -Yields jump after data shows surging consumer prices

[Bloomberg] Consumer Prices in U.S. Increase by Most Since February 2013

[Bloomberg] Retail Sales in U.S. Climb More Than Forecast in Broad Advance

[Bloomberg] Yellen Sets High Hurdle for Reducing Fed's Massive Bond Holdings

[Reuters] China's yuan slips, money rates surge as drains funds

[Bloomberg] Goldman Warns of China Economy Risks During Year of the Rooster

[Reuters] BOJ must raise yield target, slow bond buying: former policymaker

[Reuters] Japan's Abe: Trump shares view that monetary policy not forex manipulation

[Bloomberg] A $30 Million Golden Parachute Courtesy of Junk-Bond Market

[WSJ] It’s Boom Time Again for America’s Largest Banks

[WSJ] Fed’s Payments to Treasury Seen Falling as Interest Rates Rise

[FT] Federal Reserve vacancies hand Trump leverage

[Reuters] China warns U.S. against fresh naval patrols in South China Sea