Monday, July 17, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Drops With Stocks as U.S. Reform Hopes Fade: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Extend Steepest Retreat This Year; Sunac Plunges

[CNBC] GOP gives up on replacing Obamacare now: McConnell and Trump call for simply repealing

[Reuters] Republicans divided over next healthcare steps after new setback

[Reuters] U.S. House Republican 2018 budget ties tax reform to spending cuts

[Politico] Republicans divided on debt ceiling strategy

[Bloomberg] Goldman’s Traders Turn In Worst First Half of Blankfein’s Reign

[Bloomberg] BofA’s Interest Income Drops Even After Fed Delivers Rate Hikes

[Bloomberg] Xi's Risk-Off Push Ripples Through China With Transition Nearing

[Bloomberg] China Tells Banks to Lower Returns on Wealth Products

[Reuters] China bank watchdog to tighten risk control amid regulatory shake-up

[Bloomberg] Home Prices Surge in China's Smaller Cities as Risks Spread

[Bloomberg] Japan Central Bank's ETF Shopping Spree Is Becoming a Worry

[NYT] As Paperwork Goes Missing, Private Student Loan Debts May Be Wiped Away

[WSJ] House Republicans Set Out Plan to Rewrite Tax Code

[FT] Chinese small-caps slide to 30-month low

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Flat, Metals Rise as Markets Await Earnings: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Toronto Home Sales Plummet to a Seven-Year Low

[Reuters] U.S. outlines priorities for NAFTA negotiations

[Reuters] Trump vows to protect 'Made in America' products

[FT] US CMBS delinquency rate jumps by most in nearly 6 years in June – Fitch