Monday, July 3, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Head for Higher Start in Asia, Yen Declines: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ‘Regime Change’ at BOJ Would Boost Confidence, Says Abe Adviser

[Reuters] Schaeuble hoping growth will end stimulus and 'crazy' negative rates

[Bloomberg] Manufacturing Pickup Signals Boost to U.S. Economic Growth

[Bloomberg] SUVs Save the Day Again in June as U.S. Car Demand Languishes

[CNBC] Market top ahead because Fed's easy money 'no longer politically acceptable,' Bank of America's Hartnett says

[Reuters] Unnerved by markets, ECB rate setters wary of July move: sources

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed as Tech Slips, Dollar Advances: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Illinois House passes $5 billion tax package

[Reuters] Tough questions still to tackle before G20 summit, Germany says

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Manufacturing Accelerates as Orders Fuel Optimism

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Unemployment Holds at 8-Year Low as Recovery Proceeds

[Bloomberg] China Caixin PMI Rose Above 50 in June, Signaling Expansion

[Reuters] Puerto Rican power utility files for bankruptcy

[Reuters] G20 watchdog says fund flows to developing countries a concern

[CNN] Xi to Trump: 'Negative factors' straining US, China relations

[Time] Beijing Hits Out at U.S. Navy Exercises in South China Sea in a Sign of Turbulent Relations Ahead

[WSJ] Why It’s So Easy to Lose Money in Bonds

[FT] Bond sell-off fails to derail Fed unwinding plans for QE

[FT] China’s interbank bond market in five charts

[WSJ] Republican Senators Face Pushback From Governors on the Health Bill

[FT] Prospect of Weidmann in top job raises hackles at ECB

[WSJ] U.S. Navy Patrols Near Disputed Island in South China Sea

[NYT] Hackers Find ‘Ideal Testing Ground’ for Attacks: Developing Countries