Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise to Records, Treasuries Surge Amid Jobs: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Central Bank Cash Flood Swells Bond Danger

[Bloomberg] Economist Goodfriend Is One of Trump's Finalists for Fed Governor

[CNBC] Weak May jobs growth raises doubts about how much Fed can raise interest rates this year

[Bloomberg] Trump Reviewing Whether to Block Comey Testimony to Senate

[FT] Billionaire Anbang boss Wu Xiaohui barred from leaving China

Friday's News Links

[Reuters] Slow U.S. jobs growth takes shine off dollar, stocks hold all-time highs

[Reuters] Oil slides as U.S. climate withdrawal compounds glut concerns

[Bloomberg] Slower Hiring, Lower Unemployment Offer Mixed U.S. Labor Signs

[Bloomberg] Wider U.S. Trade Gap May Signal Drag on Second-Quarter Growth

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Paris Exit Leaves Him Isolated From C-Suites to Capitals

[Bloomberg] Yuan's Forecasters Getting It Wrong as China Jolts Markets

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rican Exodus Is Speeding the Island’s Economic Collapse

[Reuters] Fretting over savings, Mrs Watanabe turns to bitcoin

[NYT] Trump Talks Tough on Trade, but His Team Is Treading Lightly

[WSJ] Fed Focuses on Job Gains as Economy Sends Mixed Messages

[WSJ] China Steps Up Support for Its Currency

[WSJ] Anbang, After a Whirlwind of Western Deals, Has Been Benched by China

[FT] China worries temper emerging markets optimism