Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Treasuries Rise, Dollar Dips as Economic Data Miss: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Dollar Tanks on Disappointing Data Ahead of FOMC Meeting

[Bloomberg] Oil Falls as U.S. Stockpiles Rise and IEA Sees 2018 Supply Surge

[Bloomberg] Slowdown in U.S. Consumer Inflation May Sow Fed Doubt on Prices

[Bloomberg] Drop in U.S. Retail Sales Signals Uneven Consumer Spending

[Reuters] BOJ to keep policy steady, reassure markets stimulus exit still distant

[Bloomberg] China Credit Growth Slows in May as Tighter Oversight Takes Hold

[Bloomberg] China’s Consumers, Factories Hold Up as Global Outlook Brightens

[Bloomberg] Anbang Chairman's Mysterious Absence Caps Months of Intrigue

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Employment Rises at Fastest Pace Since 2008: Chart

[Reuters] ECB critics, weary of lax policy, voice fresh doubts

[Reuters] ECB's bond buys' impact on inflation disappointing: Knot

[Bloomberg] Biggest Online Lenders Don't Always Check Key Borrower Details

[Politico] Internal House GOP budget feud threatens agenda

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Expected to Deliver Rate Increase

[WSJ] Markets Await Fed Moves to Trim Balance Sheet

[WSJ] Wall Street Veteran Leads Search for Next Fed Chief

[Bloomberg] A New Record for Global Pollution : Chart

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Close at Records, Dollar Slips as Fed Looms: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Anbang Says Chairman Can't Perform Job for Personal Reasons

[Bloomberg] Jeff Gundlach sees trouble, says traders should raise cash 'literally today'

[Bloomberg] Here Are the Theories for Why Mega-Cap Tech Stocks Took a Bath

[Bloomberg] A Record Number of Investors Say Stocks Are Overvalued

[Bloomberg] Sinking Hong Kong Dollar Has Money Managers Unworried -- for Now

[WSJ] U.S. Companies Look Abroad to Sell Their Debt