Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Wednesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slump, Bonds Rally Amid Trump Turmoil: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Weighs In as Comey Memo Controversy Roils Markets

[Bloomberg] Banks Tighten Auto Lending as More Borrowers Fall Into Default

[Bloomberg] Fed's Rate-Hike Odds Tumble After Washington Chaos Hits Bond Market

[Reuters] Americans' debt back at record high after nearly a decade

[CNBC] Real estate CEO: Record-low housing inventory is 'freaking us out'

[NYT] Household Debt Makes a Comeback in the U.S.

[WSJ] China Investors Aren’t Buying Central Bank’s Yuan Fix

Wednesday's News Links

[Reuters] Global stocks, U.S. dollar sink as investors rethink 'Trump trade'

[Bloomberg] Dollar Troubles Persist as Yen Gains Amid U.S. Political Turmoil

[Bloomberg] Here's How Markets Are Reacting to News of the Trump-Comey Memo

[Bloomberg] Caution Reigns as U.S. Politics Takes Center Stage: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Gold Shines as Trump's Mounting West Wing Troubles Hurt Dollar

[Bloomberg] ECB’s Stimulus Exit Might Be Slower Than You Think

[CNBC] Mortgage volume drops 4.1% in latest week as younger buyers bail out

[Bloomberg] Comey Memo Could Thrust Trump Into a Deeper Legal Quagmire

[Washington Post] The Latest: McCain compares Trump crises to Watergate

[The Hill] GOP nears total exasperation with Trump

[WSJ] Stocks, Dollar Fall Amid Turmoil in Washington

[WSJ] White House Turmoil Puts the GOP Agenda at Risk

[Reuters] South Korea's Moon says 'high possibility' of conflict with North as missile crisis builds