Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Fall, Bonds Gain Amid Rising Policy Concern: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Starts to Wonder If Cornerstone Inflation Model Still Works

[Bloomberg] ECB Officials Expressed Concern Over Risk of Euro Overshoot

[Bloomberg] The 48 Frantic Hours Before CEOs Broke With Trump

[Bloomberg] The Growing List of Money Managers Cutting Their Exposure to Junk Bonds

[Bloomberg] World's Biggest Money-Market Fund to Get Even Bigger, Fitch Says

[Reuters] South Korea's Moon says North Korean nuclear-tipped ICBM is a 'red line'

[CNBC] Forget North Korea — here's the other Asia flashpoint that has analysts worried

[Reuters] U.S. says joint S.Korea war games not on the negotiating table

[Reuters] China military criticizes 'wrong' U.S. moves on Taiwan, S.China Sea

[WSJ] Trump’s Remarks Rattle His Staff, Threaten Agenda

[WSJ] Fed Officials Split Over Timing of Next Rate Increase

[WSJ] ECB Worried by Euro Strength, Toyed With Changing Forward Guidance

[FT] Prominent China debt bear warns of $6.8tn in hidden losses

[FT] The perils of calling the peak of the equities bull run

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Pare Gains, Dollar Falls on CEO Rebuke: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump Ends Business Councils as CEOs Turn Against President

[Reuters] Fed policymakers grow more worried about weak inflation: minutes

[CNBC, Cox] Fed minutes: Central bank split over path of rate hikes

[Reuters] Fed's Mester says U.S. rate hikes should continue despite weak inflation

[Bloomberg] Chinese Demand Pushes the Market for Asia's Dollar Bonds Toward $1 Trillion

[FT] Fed divided on start to balance sheet unwinding