Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Retreat, Bonds Gain as Trump Trade Wobbles: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Tightens Its Noose Around Currency Market as Rout Deepens

[Reuters] Markets fret as Trump agenda shows signs of cracks

[Reuters] Hot U.S. real estate a potential red flag: Fed's Rosengren

[Reuters] Fannie, Freddie revamp plan unlikely this year, dividends in focus

[Reuters] Sears warns of 'going concern' doubts

[Bloomberg] China Shadow Banks Hit by Record Premium for One-Week Cash

[Bloomberg] China's New Bond Rules Seen Threatening Losses for Yield Hunters

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Takes a Battering as Bear Market Engulfs China Futures

[Bloomberg] PBOC Said to Inject Funds After Missed Interbank Payments

[Bloomberg] Japanese Exports Jump Most in Two Years, Led by Sales to China

[WSJ] For China’s Central Bank, an Increasingly Difficult Balancing Act

[WSJ] ETF Trading Glitch Fuels Worries Over Modern Markets

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set to Follow U.S. Selloff; Bonds Gain: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop Most in 2017, Treasuries Advance: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar loses more ground; yen up on safe-haven demand

[Bloomberg] Pillar of Trump Rally Fractures as Banks Sink Most Since Brexit

[Reuters] Markets fret as Trump agenda shows signs of cracks

[Bloomberg] Fed's Mester Favors Starting to Shrink Balance Sheet This Year

[Reuters] U.S. bank stocks fall as investor hope wanes for policy boosts

[Bloomberg] Failure to Repeal Obamacare Would Endanger Tax-Cut Goals, Some in GOP Warn

[Bloomberg] Dollar Bulls Are Throwing in the Towel as Trump Wagers Evaporate

[NY Post, Crudele] $20 trillion debt deserves as much attention as Dow hitting 20,000

[Bloomberg] Retailers Stare Into the Darkness, But It Keeps Getting Darker

[Bloomberg] Record Number of Fund Managers Say U.S. Equities Are Overvalued

[FT] Italy is falling out of love with Europe