Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Currencies Hit Pause on Wait for Fed Clues: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China Handed First Moody's Downgrade Since 1989 on Debt Risk

[Bloomberg] U.S. Home Prices Rose 6% in First Quarter as Supply Tightened

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says There's No Reason to Deviate From ECB Guidance

[Bloomberg] Draghi’s Lieutenants Spar as ECB Braces for Exit Strategy Debate

[Bloomberg] ECB Sees Slow Approach to Stimulus Change Keeping Markets Calm

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda: uncertainty about natural interest rate complicates policy

[Reuters] Ex-Fed Bernanke: BOJ may need to coordinate new fiscal plan to lift inflation

[Bloomberg] Warning Signs Flashing in Korea as Investors Dump Stock ETFs

[Reuters] Moody's downgrades China, warns of fading financial strength as debt mounts

[Bloomberg] China's Markets Get a Double Dose of Caution From Moody's, MSCI

[NYT] Moody’s Downgrades China Over Worries About Its Growing Debt

[WSJ] Fed Minutes to Offer Clues on Debate Over Path of Rate Increases

[WSJ] S&P Adds to Brazil’s Woes, Warning of a Possible Credit Downgrade

[FT] Noble Group reassurance fails to dispel doubts

[Reuters] China says no one should bring chaos to the Korean peninsula

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.