Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] China Downgraded to A1 by Moody's on Worsening Debt Outlook

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Advance, Bonds Mixed as Oil Tops $51: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] The Fed is about to reveal how it could wind down its biggest policy experiment ever

[CNBC] Read the full transcript from Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's interview

[Reuters] Banks' bond trading roars back in first-quarter but FX lags badly - survey

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Surge Is Driven by People Leaving Riskier Digital Currencies, Say Execs

[Bloomberg] Broker Stocks Drop After Labor Secretary Says Fiduciary Rule Will Take Effect June 9

[Bloomberg] Corruption in Asia Is Getting Worse, Especially Among Millennials: EY Survey

[Reuters] North Korea, if left unchecked, on 'inevitable' path to nuclear ICBM: U.S.

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate, Bonds Mixed as Oil Advances: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] OPEC on Verge of 9-Month Cuts Extension After Iraq Backing

[Bloomberg] Trump Seeks $3.6 Trillion in Cuts to Reshape U.S. Government

[Politico] Ryan bucks White House, setting up clash on taxes

[Bloomberg] Noble Group Halted After 32% Plunge as S&P Sees Default Risk

[CNBC] Noble shares plunge amid a double dose of bad news

[Bloomberg] German Upswing Set to Last as Sentiment Jumps to Record High

[Reuters] Brazil President Temer: 'I won't resign. Oust me if you want'

[FT] Why investors downplay US debt binge risks

[FT] Investors keen to hear Federal Reserve balance sheet details