Sunday, September 3, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Decline as Korea Tensions Flare; Euro Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Tumbles as PBOC Declares Initial Coin Offerings Illegal

[Bloomberg] Mobius Foresees Cryptocurrency Crackdown Sparking a Rush to Gold

[Bloomberg] China’s Oil Lifeline to North Korea Targeted After Nuclear Blast

[Bloomberg] With Nuke Test, Kim Also Threatens China's Surging Assets

[Reuters] Mattis warns of 'massive military response,' but is vague on when it would happen

[Reuters] South Korea, U.S. plan more drills after North Korea nuclear test rattles globe

[Reuters] South Korea warns that North may launch ICBM after nuclear test

[Reuters] Sharp differences over labor surface at NAFTA talks in Mexico

[Reuters] All the president's men: China's politburo line-up a measure of Xi's power

[Reuters] Russia says U.S. actions towards its consulates are 'state hooliganism'

[WSJ] Investors Hedge Their Bets Entering Choppiest Season for Markets

[FT] China regulators target ‘systemic risk’ from money-market funds

[FT] Currency traders on edge as ECB meeting looms

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] S&P 500 Index Futures Decline Following North Korea Nuclear Test

[Bloomberg] Yen Leads Haven Assets Higher as North Korea Tests Hydrogen Bomb

[CNBC] Trump hints at stopping trade with countries that do business with North Korea after nuclear test

[Reuters] Funding battle looms as Texas governor sees Harvey damage up to $180 billion

[WSJ] North Korea Claims Test of Hydrogen Bomb for Long-Range Missile a Success

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] North Korea says conducts hydrogen bomb test, Trump calls it a 'rogue nation'

[Reuters] Russia: U.S. closure of diplomatic sites a 'blatantly hostile act'

[CNBC] Italy’s finance chief says the euro zone still faces problems – even in Germany

[Bloomberg] Rajan Warned Modi Against Cash Ban, New Book Shows