Thursday, June 29, 2017

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Technology Shares Lead Stock Rebound; Oil Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Tepid U.S. Consumer Spending Keeps Economic Rebound On Track

[CNBC] Trump reportedly 'hell-bent' on imposing steel tariff despite objections from most advisors

[Reuters] As credit dries up, China's small firms face shrinking profits, bankruptcies

[Bloomberg] China Manufacturing Rose in June Amid Global Upturn

[Reuters] Japan factory output tumbles, flashes warning signs on growth

[Reuters] Brightening economy sets euro up for strongest quarter since debt crisis

[Reuters] China builds new military facilities on South China Sea islands: think tank

[WSJ] Central Banks and the New Abnormal

[FT] Global bond market sell-off infects equities

[NYT] Fear of an End to Easy Money Prompts Sell-Off

[WSJ] Twisted Geniuses or Bumbling Ex-Academics?

[WSJ] It’s Whac-A-Mole for Chinese Regulators Trying to Clamp Down on Speculation

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Tech Spoils Bank Party as Stocks, Dollar Slide: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Wall Street bond traders get no reprieve from Fed's taper plan

[CNBC] Congress must raise debt ceiling by mid-October: CBO

[Bloomberg] Dollar's Battle Gets Harder With Fed No Longer Only Hawk in Town

[Bloomberg] Yuan Rides a Roller Coaster in June as China Fights With Market

[NYT] U.S. Seeks to Keep Closer Tabs on Chinese Money in America