Sunday, August 6, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Extends Gain After Jobs Data; Crude Drops: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China's Foreign Reserves Rise for a Sixth Month

[Bloomberg] Some Credit Investors Are Getting Ready for a Market Correction

[Bloomberg] The Short Volatility Trade Is Back

[Reuters] German industrial output drops in June, up in second quarter

[Bloomberg] Bond Bears Balk at `Trade of Decade' as Emerging Markets Tested

[SCMP] How China’s billion savers embarked on a household debt binge

[Reuters] South Korea, U.S. agree on pressure for North Korea, China media warns on sanctions

[NYT] The Debt-Ceiling Crisis Is Real

[WSJ] Congressional Recess, Full Plate Keep the Heat on GOP Lawmakers

[FT] Beijing hails success in battle against capital flight

[FT] Trump trade war with China may not be imminent — but it is coming

[FT] Traders look to Jackson Hole for dollar’s direction

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks to Gain on U.S. Data, Yen Holds Drop: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.K. Economy Takes a Hit as Consumer Spending Slumps Further

[Bloomberg] Globalization Is Thriving in Asia as Export Revival Buoys Growth

[FT] The warnings from history that Wall Street ignored

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Biggest Qatar Bank Is Said Weighing Funding Option Amid GCC Spat

[Reuters] UK ready to pay up to 40 billion euros to leave EU: Sunday Telegraph

[Bloomberg] China Confident Sanctions Can Block North Korea Nuclear Push

[FT] China says North Korean missile threat reaching ‘crisis point’