Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed as Oil Stabilizes, Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Senate Health Plan Relies on Subsidies Republicans Have Faulted

[Bloomberg] Yellen's Future at Fed Resisted by Trump Aides Wanting New Blood

[Reuters] Bond market flashing worry on economy, countering Fed view

[Bloomberg] May Heads to Europe For Early Test of Brexit Strength

[Bloomberg] Buffett Follows Goldman Model in Bailout for Home Capital

[Reuters] China not facing same pressure as Fed to shrink balance sheet: PBOC adviser

[Bloomberg] Why Erdogan Is Flooding Turkey’s Economy With Credit

[NYT] Saudi Prince’s Elevation Will Have Far-Reaching Consequences in Energy

[WSJ] For Energy’s High-Yield Investors, Sentiment Sours

[WSJ] Senate Republicans’ Support for Health Bill Wavers

[FT] Big US companies cut stock buybacks in first quarter

[FT] China has no choice but to walk financial tightrope

[WSJ] Beijing Is Investigating Some of China’s Top Overseas Deal Makers

[FT] The dark side of China’s national renewal

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Oil drops to 10-month low; biggest first-half slide in 20 years

[Reuters] Nasdaq boosted by biotechs; energy, banks weigh on Dow, S&P

[Bloomberg] U.S. Enjoying Easiest Financial Conditions in Three Years: Chart

[Reuters] U.S. existing home sales unexpectedly rise in May

[CNBC] Divide widens between housing haves and have-nots

[Bloomberg] High-Yield Carnage Stays Contained for Now

[Bloomberg] Toronto Home Sales Cool Amid Signs Prices May Be Next to Fall