Thursday, August 3, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fall, Bonds Gain on Russia Probe News: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Is Loan Growth Set to Speed Up or Is It Slowing? Analysts Differ

[Bloomberg] Jobs in U.S. Haven't Been This Hard to Fill Since 2000

[Bloomberg] Euro Credit Returns Could Be Wiped Out in Just a Few Days

[Bloomberg] Paul Singer Says Passive Investing Is ‘Devouring Capitalism’

[CNBC] Hedge funds lose more than half a billion on wrong-way bet against Tesla

[Bloomberg] The Oil Trader Known as ‘God’ Is Closing Down His Main Hedge Fund

[CNBC] Special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe heats up

[WSJ] Special Counsel Robert Mueller Impanels Washington Grand Jury in Russia Probe

Thursday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed Near Records, Pound Drops on BOE: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Decline in Jobless Claims Shows U.S. Labor Demand Remains Robust

[Bloomberg] Carney Says Brexit to Take Toll on Growth as BOE Cuts Forecasts

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Optimism at 12-Year High as Economy Recovers

[Reuters] In rare bipartisan display, Democrats back Trump on China trade probe

[CNBC] Trump may be about to wallop global trade as we know it, but markets don't seem to understand

[Bloomberg] China's Fear of Japan-Style Economic Bust Drives Crackdown on Deals, Says Source

[Bloomberg] India's PMI Plunges Most Since 2009 as New Tax Roils Economy

[Bloomberg] Toronto Home Prices Suffer Worst Monthly Decline in 17 Years

[WSJ] ‘Summer Bummer’ for Manhattan Luxury-Apartment Sales

[FT] ECB reinvestment flows are ‘silent stimulus’ for the eurozone