Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks in Upbeat Mood as Oil Steadies, Havens Slip: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Private payrolls add 253K in May vs. 185K est.: ADP

[Bloomberg] China's Caixin PMI Falls Below 50 for First Time Since June 2016

[Bloomberg] Weidmann Says ECB Is Starting to Debate Changing Guidance

[Reuters] Fed's Williams bullish on U.S. economy, sees total three rate hikes this year

[Reuters] Powell says Fed marching on despite sagging U.S. inflation

[Bloomberg] Australia Home Prices Fall in May as Lending Curbs Start to Bite

[CNBC] China's new cybersecurity law takes effect today, and many are confused

[Reuters] BOJ's Harada: Inflation to accelerate as jobless rate nears 2 pct

[Reuters] PM May's lead falls to 3 percentage points, YouGov poll shows a week before UK election

[Bloomberg] Here Are the Theories Why China May Be Supercharging the Yuan

[Reuters] 'Axis of love': Saudi-Russia detente heralds new oil order

[Bloomberg View] Is China Headed for a Recession?

[WSJ] China’s Debt Problem Moves Back to the Future

[FT] China central bank intervention pushes renminbi to 6-month high

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Face Mixed Start; Crude Oil Rebounds: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street falls as bank stocks skid, oil dips

[Bloomberg] Fed Survey Shows Modest Growth With Tight Labor and Tame Prices

[Reuters] U.S. pending home sales fall; housing market recovery intact

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Trading Revenue on Pace to Drop 15% This Quarter

[Bloomberg] China Teaches Yuan Bears Tough Lesson as Currency Surges Anew

[Reuters] Euro zone inflation would rise even if ECB support was reduced - Weidmann