Thursday, August 31, 2017

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise, Dollar Falls After Weak Jobs Number: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Payrolls in U.S. Rise 156,000; Wages Also Below Forecasts

[Bloomberg] ECB May Not Have Final QE Plan Ready Until December

[Bloomberg] Junk Bonds Face Wave of Supply Just as Investors Turn Sour

[Reuters] China August factory activity picks up to six-month high as orders surge: Caixin PMI

[Bloomberg] Harvey's Made the World's Most Important Chemical a Rare Commodity

[Bloomberg] Bank Of Japan's Break From Battling the Yield Curve May Soon End

[Bloomberg] This May Be China's Most Debt-Strapped Developer

[Bloomberg] ECB's Nowotny Sees No Need to Overdramatize Euro Appreciation

[Bloomberg] European Equity Funds Post Biggest Outflow in Six Months

[Reuters] Xi's power on parade as China party congress looms

[Reuters] Putin warns North Korea situation on verge of 'large-scale conflict'

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. data sends stocks higher; yields slip

[Reuters] ECB unease over firmer euro risks slowing asset purchase exit -sources

[CNBC] Hurricane Harvey will likely be most expensive natural disaster in US history: AccuWeather

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Comfort Rises a Seventh Week to Fresh 16-Year High

[Bloomberg] U.S. Pending Home Sales Unexpectedly Fall on Lean Inventory

[Bloomberg] The Bond Market's Biggest Rally of 2017 Amazes Traders

[Reuters] 'Safe-haven euro could complicate ECB plan to roll back stimulus

[Reuters] Atlanta Fed trims U.S. Q3 GDP growth view to 3.3 pct