Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise as Treasuries, Dollar Retreat: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Jobless Claims in U.S. Rise While Benefit Rolls at 17-Year Low

[Reuters] Chasing pair Fillon, Melenchon level as French election nears

[CNBC] Republicans have a new plan to repeal Obamacare — and here it is

[Reuters] U.S. House banking chairman unveils Dodd-Frank replacement

[Bloomberg] ECB Officials Inch Toward the Day They Discuss Stimulus Exit

[Bloomberg] PBOC's Ma Says China Weighing Impact of Shadow Banking Rules

[Reuters] China's banking regulator warns trust firms of rising danger: sources

[Bloomberg] China Sage Tips 'Destruction' of Leverage Trades as Stocks Slide

[Reuters] China capital outflows stabilized in first quarter as capital controls bite

[Bloomberg] Japanese Exports Surge to End First Quarter on Strong Note

[Politico] White House eyes harder line on shutdown talks

[Reuters] House Speaker Ryan sees long battle over tax reform

[Reuters] North Korea warns of 'super-mighty preemptive strike' as U.S. plans next move

[Bloomberg] Tillerson Faults Iran Nuclear Accord as U.S. Plans New Review

[WSJ] China Shakes Up Financial Regulators in Scramble for Stability

[FT] Markets may be too sanguine about French election risk

[FT] Goldman Sachs crashes to bottom of the class as bets turn sour

Wednesday Evening Links

[MarketWatch] Oil suffers suffer largest one-day loss in six weeks

[Bloomberg] Stocks Slide as Oil Tumbles, Dollar Strengthens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ETFs Create Stock Markets That Are Both Mindless and Too Expensive, Study Says

[Reuters] Minsheng Bank says branch chief suspected of illegal conduct

[FT] IMF says debt binge leaves US corporate assets exposed