Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries On Worst Run Since '12 as Dollar Jumps: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ADP Says Companies in U.S. Hired the Most in Almost Three Years

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin’s Treasury Staff Picks Stall as White House Scrutinizes Tweets

[Bloomberg] Doctor, Hospital Groups Line Up Against GOP Health Proposal

[Bloomberg] China's Imports Surge in February, While Exports Miss Estimates

[Reuters] China tries cure by committee for corporate debt hangover

[CNBC] Brazil tumbles deeper into its worst ever depression

[Bloomberg] French Insurgents Thrust Establishment Aside in Crucial Vote

[NYT] WikiLeaks Reignites Tensions Between Silicon Valley and Spy Agencies

[WSJ] Stocks Have Tripled Since Crisis, but Low Rates Are Still Squeezing Savers

[WSJ] Republicans Disagree on How—and Whether—to Pay for Tax Cuts

[WSJ] Central Banks Ratchet Up Reserves

[WSJ] Going Dutch: What Elections in the Netherlands Could Mean for Markets

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street pares losses as techs offset pharma decline

[Reuters] U.S. trade deficit jumps to five-year high on imports

[Bloomberg] Conservatives Savage GOP Obamacare Plan Despite Trump Praise

[Reuters] Fed to make sequential hikes until 'something breaks,' Gundlach says

[Reuters] Confronted by market doubts, Federal Reserve drove March rate rise expectations

[Bloomberg] Fed Takes Fear Out of Markets as Volatility Plunges in Bonds, FX

[Bloomberg] Cash Dwindles to Two-Decade Low in Global Investor Portfolio

[Bloomberg] Rising European Bank Deposits Wind Up at ECB as Lending Sputters

[Bloomberg] Trouble Brewing in High-Yield Debt, Commodity Investor Warns

[NYT] The Huge January Trade Deficit Shows Trump’s Hard Job Ahead

[WSJ] Brazil, Widening the Hunt for Corruption, Finds It Under Every Rock