Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Retreat as Dollar, Treasuries Advance: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Tumbles as Russia Is Said to Oppose Deeper Production Curbs

[Reuters] Italian bond yields edge higher as ECB bias, bank rescue cloud picture

[Bloomberg] Rand Slumps as ANC Said to Weigh State Ownership of Central Bank

[Bloomberg] BOE's Saunders Warns of First U.K. Rate Increase in a Decade

[Reuters] China's services sector loses steam in June: Caixin PMI

[CNBC] China shadow banking is slowing amid more coordinated government measures, says Moody's

[Bloomberg] Gone But Not Forgotten: Traders Brace for Volatility's Comeback

[Reuters] North Korea says its ICBM can carry nuclear warhead; U.S. calls for global action

[Reuters] Merkel takes aim at U.S. 'winners and losers' policy before G20

[Reuters] Ahead of fractious G20, Germany and China pledge new cooperation

[CNBC] These are the scenarios for the US response to North Korea

[CNBC] 'Best time in history' for China-Russia relationship: Xi and Putin boost ties

[WSJ] Why Soaring Assets and Low Unemployment Mean It’s Time to Start Worrying

[WSJ] Fed Eyes September Announcement on Balance-Sheet Reduction

[FT] The retreat from QE: a central bank scorecard

[WSJ] U.S. Tells North Korea It Is Prepared to Go to War

[FT] Theresa May braced for a fall as Brexit tests loom

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