Sunday, August 20, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed as Focus Shifts to Central Bankers: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Metals shine but world stocks stuck near 5-1/2-week low

[Bloomberg] Yellen, Draghi Head to Jackson Hole Amid Inflation Unease

[Bloomberg] Fed's Big Bond Unwind May Clobber U.S. Stocks, Corporate Debt

[Bloomberg] China Banks' Interbank Lending Falls for First Time Since 2010

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Funds Post Biggest Weekly Outflow of 2017: Chart

[Reuters] South Korea's Moon says military exercises with U.S. not meant to raise tensions

[Bloomberg] Moon Warns North Korea Against Provocation During Drills

[Reuters] 'Extremely dissatisfied' China blames India for border scuffle

[WSJ] Mario Draghi Is Likely Lay Out End to Europe’s Quantitative Easing

[WSJ] Investors Grapple With Signs of Unrest

[WSJ] Stocks Stabilize as Focus Shifts to Central Banks

[FT] ECB’s bond shortage dilemma sharpens as inflation slows

[FT] Jackson Hole offers a chance for central banks to over baton

[CNBC] The US and South Korea are holding war games. Here's how North Korea might respond

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Japan Stocks Set to Rise; Yen Falls, Oil Advances: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Japan manufacturers most optimistic in decade as economy grows: Reuters Tankan

[Bloomberg] China's Debt Swaps Surpass $100 Billion

[Bloomberg] Record Defaults in India Worsen Nation's Bad Asset Pain

[CNBC] Ron Paul: 50% stock market plunge 'conceivable,' but it's not President Trump's fault

[FT] Trump targets tax reform to reconnect with Republicans

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Pound Vulnerable as U.K. Prepares to Provide Brexit Plan Details

[Reuters] China to strengthen oversight of 'regulatory arbitrage': central banker

[WSJ] Investors Pull Back From Gundlach’s Biggest Fund at DoubleLine

[WSJ] War Games to Begin as U.S., South Korea Brace for North’s Fury

[The Hill] North Korea: US cannot dodge ‘merciless strike’

[Reuters] Syria's Assad says war still not won but West's plots foiled