Monday, June 5, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Face Mixed Start as Oil, Dollar Drop: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street dips; 2017's laggards tick up, Apple slips

[CNBC] Trump set to make first moves at completely revamping the Federal Reserve

[Bloomberg] Banker Robert Jones Said to Be on Trump List for Fed Governor

[Bloomberg] Bad News Bears Throw in Towel

[FT] Fed weighs benign impact of rate rises on markets

[FT] Corporate casualties will rise as China and US tighten policy

Monday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate on Data as Oil, Dollar Slump: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Qatari Markets Rocked as Four Arab Nations Cut Diplomatic Ties

[Reuters] China services sector expands at fastest pace in four months in May: Caixin PMI

[Bloomberg] Draghi Seen Taking Slowest Possible Path Out of ECB Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Markets Face Three Big Geopolitical Risks This Week

[Bloomberg] IMF warns U.S. fiscal uncertainty, China's credit growth pose risk to Asia

[Bloomberg] The Fed Has Another Bond Market Conundrum

[Bloomberg] Alphabet Shares Follow in Amazon's Footsteps and Top $1,000

[Bloomberg] It's Smart to Worry About ETFs

[Bloomberg] Toronto Home Price Gains Slow as New Listings Surge 49% in May

[Bloomberg] John Paulson Is Struggling to Hold On to Client Money

[Reuters] China upset at Mattis' 'irresponsible remarks' on South China Sea

[CNBC] Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, UAE and Egypt cut diplomatic ties with Qatar

[WSJ] China’s Debt Crackdown Is Driving Borrowers Into Riskier Territory

[WSJ] ECB’s Path to Unwinding Easy Monetary Policies Proves Thorny