Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks to Start Mixed as Stellar Run Assessed: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Equities weaken after Dow breaks 22,000; dollar soft

[Reuters] Fed's Bullard opposes more U.S. rate hikes: Market News International

[Bloomberg] Fed's Mester Expects Inflation to Rebound From One-Time Factors

[Reuters] Banking regulator kicks off Volcker Rule rewrite process

[WSJ] Rosengren: Tight Labor Markets Justify Fed Plans to Keep Raising Rates

[FT] China admits to disguised fiscal borrowing risk

[FT] China warns neighbours over territorial disputes

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Retreat as Apple Bolsters Dow: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. private sector adds 178,000 jobs in July: ADP

[CNBC/NYT] Trump administration is said to prepare broad trade case against China

[Bloomberg] Some Republicans Are Frustrated With Lack of Detail in GOP Tax Plan

[Bloomberg] How China’s Risk Crackdown Will Hit Manhattan’s Property Market

[Bloomberg] China Isn't Excited About iPhones Any More

[BloombergBusinessweek] Can Xi Jinping Defuse China’s Debt Bomb?

[CNBC] Chinese state media: Trump is 'wrong' when he says we can fix the North Korea problem

[WSJ] U.S. Plans Trade Measures Against China

[WSJ] Venezuelan Default Fears Rise With Billions in Debt Coming Due Soon

[FT] Hong Kong dollar peg slips to weakest in 19 months