Friday, June 23, 2017

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Gain as Oil Stabilizes, Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Policy ponder: central banks head for the Portuguese hills

[Reuters] Fed's Mester unmoved by weak U.S. inflation

[Bloomberg] Fed's Mester Argues for Rate Hikes as Bullard Counsels Patience

[Bloomberg] A Second, Even Bigger Foreclosure Reaches NYC Billionaires' Row

[Reuters] Trump, Putin and Erdogan behave like autocratic rulers: Germany's Schulz

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Gain as Oil Stabilizes, Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Surging Prices for New U.S. Homes Suggest Tight Low-End Supply

[CNBC] GOP leaders have a tough task ahead to win enough support for Obamacare replacement

[Bloomberg] Senate Holdouts Seek Upper Hand in Perilous Health Bill Talks

[CNBC/SCMP] China’s banking regulator orders loan checks on Wanda, Fosun, HNA, others

[Bloomberg] As China Targets Serial Acquirers, These Are The Deals Still Pending

[Reuters] German bond scarcity a key factor in ECB QE extension debate: sources

[Bloomberg] How Australia's Banks Have Been Beaten Down This Week

[Bloomberg] Asia Junk Bond Buyers Accept Weaker Protection as Sales Surge

[CNBC] Singapore wealth fund Temasek: How a financial crisis in China might play out

[WSJ] China’s Debt Crackdown Could Get Out of Hand

[WSJ] Goodbye for Now to China’s Biggest Deal Makers

[WSJ] Wild Week for Chinese Stocks Reminds Investors of Beijing’s Heavy Hand

[FT] China probe shines light on top dealmakers

[FT] Big China companies targeted over ‘systemic risk’

[Reuters] North Korea tests rocket engine, possibly for ICBM: U.S. officials

[Reuters] Japanese warship takes Asian guests on cruise in defiance of China