Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Apple Weighs on Nasdaq Futures as FOMC Awaited: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Apple Sells Fewer iPhones in Last Quarter, Shares Slide

[Bloomberg] Vancouver Home-Price Surge Defies Canadian Housing Jitters

[CNBC] Jeff Gundlach sees summer correction in the stock market

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate With Dollar as Oil Retreats: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Auto Sales Fall for Fourth Straight Month

[Bloomberg] Kyle Bass Sees China's Wealth Management Products as Key Risk

[Reuters] Pledging more austerity, Greece cuts deal with lenders

[Bloomberg] If Anything Can Shake the Fed’s 2017 Rate Path, It’s These Risks

[WSJ] It Took Investors Just Four Months To Pull Nearly $7 Billion From Hedge Fund Giant

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Climb Amid Earnings as Yen Weakens: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Budget deal may map U.S. Congress road ahead, via Trump bypass

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Manufacturing Expands at Fastest Pace in Six Years

[Reuters] China April factory growth slows to weakest in seven months: Caixin PMI

[Bloomberg] China’s $11 Trillion Economy and Markets Are in a Tug of War

[Bloomberg] Italy Is Europe's Next Big Problem

[Bloomberg] Alitalia Starts Bankruptcy Proceedings After Turnaround Fails

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Pile in to Long Bets on Bonds Just as Dangers Build

[WSJ] Canadian Lender Draws on Emergency Line as Deposits Flow Out

[Reuters] ECB should talk in June about 2018, eventual QE exit: Nowotny

[WSJ] Donald Trump Gambles on Big Health-Care Victory

[WSJ] Trump Preparing to Replace Top Banking Regulator

[WSJ] Wall Street Fear Gauge VIX Sinks to Decade Low

[NYT] Will Trump ‘Do a Big Number’ on the Big Banks?

[FT] US share buyback plan approvals plunge

[FT] Bank of Japan splashes big on ETFs

[Reuters] North Korea says U.S. bomber flights push peninsula to brink of nuclear war