Sunday, April 9, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Climbs and Stocks Are Mixed as Risks Linger: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] French Election Risk Reawakens as Bonds Drop, Volatility Jumps

[Reuters] Hopes fade for U.S. bank earnings despite rally in financial shares

[Bloomberg] Congress Sinks Into Partisan Morass as Shutdown Threat Looms

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Current-Account Surplus Bounces Back in February

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Concerned About Risks From Developer Mortgages

[CNBC] Trump team isn't afraid to use force on Syria, North Korea

[WSJ] Chinese Banks Ramp Up Overseas Loans

[WSJ] U.S. Officials Fault Moscow on Syria Ahead of Tillerson Visit

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Set for Gains as Profit Season Starts: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] A Foreign Threat to U.S. Treasuries That Dwarfs Fed's Debt Hoard

[Reuters] G7 foreign ministers seek U.S. clarity over Syria

[WSJ] Record Bond Issuance Shows Many Investors Still Doubt Economic Growth

[WSJ] Nothing to Fear, But the Lack of Fear in Markets

[FT] China offers concessions to avert trade war with US

[FT] The US college debt bubble is becoming dangerous

[FT] Unease grows about bets on market stability

[Washington Post] Trump officials tell Russia to drop its support for Syria’s Assad

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Greek PM says debt relief is a condition for more austerity

[Reuters] Investors flock to 'macro' hedge funds, but not only the old guard

[Bloomberg] China Insurance Regulator Chairman Under Probe for Violations

[NYT] Boom or Bust: Stark Partisan Divide on How Consumers View Economy

[FT] Will the reflation trade show further cracks?

[FT] Huishan Dairy dream sours for China tycoon Yang Kai

[Bloomberg] Trump's Syria Missile Strike Ramps Up Tensions With Moscow

[Bloomberg] Trump, Japan's Abe Agree to Keep Unity on North Korea: NHK

[Reuters] U.S. Navy strike group to move toward Korean peninsula: U.S. official

[Reuters] Trump's U.N. envoy says ouster of al-Assad is a priority of U.S.

[NYT] Iran Seeks Stronger Russia Alliance After U.S. Strikes in Syria