Monday, August 28, 2017

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed as Harvey Roils Texas; Gasoline Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] North Korea Appears to Have Fired Missile Toward Japan: NHK

[CNBC] Harvey could overwhelm federal flood insurance program

[Bloomberg] Treasury Is Putting Pressure on Congress to Fix the Debt Ceiling

[Reuters] U.S. goods trade deficit widens in July; retail inventories fall

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise as Traders Weigh Harvey; Gold Climbs: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. gasoline futures surge as Harvey swamps Texas, euro holds at 2-1/2-year high

[Bloomberg] `Tragedy of Epic Proportions' Looms as Harvey Pounds Houston

[Reuters] Houston crippled by catastrophic flooding, with more rain on the way

[Bloomberg] Hurricane Harvey Shuts Two of the Largest U.S. Ports

[Reuters] Texas flood damage from Harvey may match Katrina - insurance group

[Bloomberg] Harvey's Cost Reaches Catastrophe as Modelers See Many Uninsured

[Bloomberg] Cohn or Yellen? Bond Traders Say Same Difference

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Pivot to Taxes Is Fraught With ‘Pitfalls Everywhere’

[Bloomberg] Amazon's Opening Salvo in Grocery Price War Hits Bond Market

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Vets From Dalio to Gundlach Warn on Emerging Markets

[Bloomberg] China's Central Bank Is Embracing a Supercharged Yuan

[Bloomberg] Wanda Bonds Fall on Reports of Chairman Wang Stopped at Airport

[WSJ] Energy Firms Brace for Harvey Fallout

[WSJ] In a Blast From a Financial Crisis Past, Synthetic CDOs Are Back