Thursday, July 13, 2017

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bonds Gain, Stocks Steady as CPI Tests Fed Resolve: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] US Consumer Price Index unchanged in June vs 0.2% increase expected

[Bloomberg] Second Straight Drop in U.S. Retail Sales Shows Tepid Spending

[Bloomberg] Inflation May Take Longer to Reach Fed's Goal After Today's CPI Report

[Reuters] Exclusive: ECB wary of putting end-date on quantitative easing - sources

[Bloomberg] Markets Worry Trump May Have to Use Obama’s Secret Debt Ceiling Plan

[Bloomberg] Anbang's Fall Closes Wild Chapter in China's Insurance Industry

[Bloomberg] Same Rules, Flatter Curve No Problem for Invincible Bank Stocks

[Bloomberg] Climate Change May Bring Disasters and Deeper Poverty to Asia

[WSJ] First-Time Home Buyers Show More Interest in Market

[Reuters] 'Get Used to It' China Says as It Flies Bombers Near Japan

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise, Treasuries Slide as Oil Rebounds: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Trump says he is considering quotas, tariffs on Chinese steel dumping

[Bloomberg] They’re The World’s Fastest Traders. Why Aren’t They Thriving?

[NYT] Yellen Treads Carefully on Regulatory Issues in Senate Panel Appearance

[FT] Cohn in the frame to lead Fed as Trump looks beyond economists

[FT] Uncoordinated QE shift has investors worried

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. prepares new sanctions on Chinese firms over North Korea ties - officials