Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Trump Shutdown Talk Weighs on Asia Stocks, Yields: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Stocks Fall, Treasuries Advance on Policy Concerns: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump Shutdown Threat Complicates Congress's Debt Ceiling Plans

[Reuters] Fellow Republicans rebuke Trump over government shutdown threat

[Reuters] Mexico, Canada dismiss Trump threats to scrap NAFTA trade pact

[Reuters] U.S. new home sales hit seven-month low as prices soar

[WSJ] Global Economies Grow in Sync

[FT] Investors pour back into crisis-era credit product

[FT] Yellen’s Fed legacy hangs over Jackson Hole meeting

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks, Dollar Slip as Trump Stokes Policy Concern: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Trump: I'm building the wall even 'if we have to close down our government'

[Bloomberg] Economy Parties a Bit Like 1999 as Yellen Heads to Jackson Hole

[Reuters] Trump warns may terminate NAFTA treaty

[AP] Trump Revisits His Charlottesville Comments In a Angry Speech

[Bloomberg] Trump Hits Media, Angrily Defends Charlottesville Response

[Reuters] Euro zone August business growth keeps up solid pace

[CNBC] Trump and McConnell are reportedly not talking to each other

[BBC] ECB chief Draghi: QE has made economies more resilient

[Bloomberg View] Central Banks Need to End QE for the Sake of Markets

[Reuters] North Korea's Kim orders production of more rocket engines, warhead tips: KCNA

[WSJ] Trains in Vain: Epic CSX Traffic Jam Snarls Deliveries, From Coal to Fries

[WSJ] China Metals Prices Slide on Warning Over Unsustainable Rally

[FT] Credit crisis led to a bonfire of the acronyms

[FT] China reform plans could be stifled as economy cools