Monday, March 27, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate With Dollar as Selloff Eases: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Rise at Fastest Pace Since 2014

[CNBC] Risk of correction ‘quite high’ but won’t kill bull market, says Goldman Sachs strategist

[Bloomberg] After GOP Health Failure, Next Battle Could Shut Down Government

[AP] Tax Overhaul Effort Lacks Advantages Reagan Enjoyed in 1986

[Bloomberg] Unreachable Huishan Executive Exposes China Debt, Bank Risks

[Reuters] South Africa's Gordhan returns, says 'let's wait and see' on sacking

[Bloomberg] Rand Sinks After Zuma Considers Firing Finance Chief

[Reuters] German rate setters call for preparing end of ECB's easy policy

[Reuters] ECB board members lay out diverging policy views

[WSJ] Congress Gears Up for Fight Over Spending After Failure of Health-Care Bill

[WSJ] If Stocks Wobble, Will Bonds Be There To Absorb the Blow?

[WSJ] Time to Redo the Math on Tax Reform Prospects

[WSJ] After GOP Bill’s Failure, Health-Law Lawsuit Takes Center Stage

[WSJ] Dollar Falls to Lowest Level Since November

[FT] Hedge fund closures hold nuggets for stock market investors

[FT] ECB criticised for overstepping mandate in eurozone crisis

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Risk Rout Eases as U.S. Stocks, Dollar Trim Losses: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] The Biggest Risk From the Dollar's Drop May Not Be What You Would Guess

[Bloomberg] America's Housing Inventory Problem, Explained in Four Charts

[CNBC] Here are the nation’s healthiest—and unhealthiest—housing markets

[Bloomberg] How China's Bank Behemoths Make Money on the Debt War

[Bloomberg] Earliest China Data Show Strong March Activity, Brighter Outlook

[Reuters] Bundesbank's Weidmann calls for "less expansive" ECB policy

[WSJ] Time to Redo the Math on Tax Reform Prospects

[WSJ] Forget Trump v. Congress. The Real Political Danger’s Still in Europe

[FT] Critic of World Bank and IMF eyed for key role at Treasury