Sunday, April 2, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall Despite Strong Manufacturing Data: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Dollar starts week on back foot, keeps above 4-month lows

[Bloomberg] Manufacturing in U.S. Kept Expanding at Robust Pace in March

[Bloomberg] Fed's Rebel Defends Autonomy as Trump-Molded Central Bank Looms

[Bloomberg] Debt Market Lures Billions as Verizon, GM Pursue Pension Trade

[Bloomberg] Ford, Chrysler Sales Disappoint as Cars Plunge Despite Discounts

[Bloomberg] ETF Investors Dumped U.S. Small Caps, Loved Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Unemployment Declines to Lowest Level in Eight Years

[Reuters] Euro zone factories struggled to meet soaring demand in March: PMI

[Bloomberg] Latin American Markets Feel the Pressure From Political Turmoil

[Bloomberg] Almost a Decade Later, U.S. Money Markets Are Yet to Recover

[Bloomberg] Australia Home Prices Rise Most in 7 Years Amid Bubble Concern

[Reuters] Japan business mood brightens as recovery broadens: BOJ tankan

[Bloomberg] Four Huishan Directors Resign in Wake of Mystery 85% Stock Plunge

[Reuters] Trump presses China on North Korea ahead of Xi talks

[WSJ] Trouble Bubbling Under at Chinese Banks

[WSJ] The Rising Retirement Perils of 401(k) ‘Leakage’

[FT] Test of nerve awaits investors as Q2 dawns

[FT] Bond market ignores more assertive Fed at its peril

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Poised to Nudge Higher; Euro Rises: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Has Its Worst-Ever Start to a Year For Defaults

[Reuters] Euro is a 'knife in the ribs' of the French says Le Pen

[CNBC] Coming up this week in business: Where the jobs are, market fears, and a Trump-China fight

[FT] Trump trade still set to fixate investors in busy April

[CNBC/FT] FT exclusive: Trump ready to tackle North Korea alone

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] OPEC's Barkindo Sees Progress in Oil Cuts as Stockpiles Fall

[WSJ] Rethinking the Widely Held 2% Inflation Target

[WSJ] Fading Trade-Crackdown Fears Power Overseas Rebound