Monday, June 26, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Fall as Treasuries Strengthen: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Stocks, dollar ease as central bank officials take center stage

[Reuters] Euro surges nearly one percent after Draghi comments, dollar slips

[Bloomberg] Draghi Sees Room for Paring Stimulus Without Tightening Policy

[Bloomberg] IMF Cuts U.S. Outlook, Calls Trump's Growth Target Unrealistic

[Reuters] U.S. home prices for April rise slower than expected

[Bloomberg] Senators Considering Breaking Fannie-Freddie Into Pieces, Sources Say

[Reuters] EU fines Google record $2.7 billion in first antitrust case

[Bloomberg] Markets Have Nothing Left to Fear But Fearlessness Itself

[Bloomberg] China Debt Squeeze Has Moody's Awaiting First Local Default

[Bloomberg] Rising Inequality May Be the Real Risk of Automation

[WSJ] Anxious Investors Try to Hedge Against a Big Selloff, Even as Good Times Roll

[WSJ] Hostage to China’s Insecurity—Its Markets

[WSJ] Trump Administration Struggles to Find Community Banker for Fed Board

[WSJ] A Turning Point for Commercial Property

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Small Gains Seen for Asian Stocks as Yen Weakens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin, Ether Lead Digital Currency Slide From Highs

[Reuters] Brazil's top prosecutor charges President Temer with corruption

[Bloomberg] China's Pension Gap is Growing and Nobody Wants to Talk About It

[CNBC] Here's the worrisome 'conundrum' taking place in the bond market right now