Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop Most in Month on Oil Bear Market: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. crude ends at nine-month lows on global oversupply

[Reuters] Fed policymakers in tug-of-war on inflation, instability

[ABC] Brazil federal police accuse president of getting bribes

[Bloomberg] China Stocks Enter MSCI as $6.9 Trillion Market Goes Global

[Bloomberg] Remember the Stunning Dollar Rally in 2014? Now It's Euro's Turn

[Bloomberg] Pension Crisis Won't Be Reversed by High Returns, Moody's Says

[CNBC] Trump: Working with China on North Korea 'has not worked out'

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip With Oil Below $43; Pound Slumps: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Drops to Seven-Month Low as Libya Adds to Persistent Surplus

[Reuters] U.S. current account deficit widens to 2.5 percent of GDP

[Reuters] Fed's Rosengren: Low interest rates pose financial stability risks

[Bloomberg] Ryan Says Tax Overhaul Must Happen in 2017 to Rebuild Economy

[Bloomberg] Carney Ends Silence With Brexit Warning to Rebuff Rate-Hike Call

[Reuters] Funding scramble squeezes China's borrowers despite PBOC injections

[Bloomberg] China Deploys Bond-Buying Tool First Time to Boost Liquidity

[Reuters] Wealthy Chinese rise to 1.6 million in past decade, up nearly 9 times - survey

[Bloomberg] Rise of Robots: Inside the World's Fastest Growing Hedge Funds

[WSJ] Argentina Sells $2.75 Billion of 100-Year Bonds