Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Slides on U.S. Jobs; Euro Gains With Stocks: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] ECB keeps door open to even more stimulus

[Bloomberg] ECB Raises 2017 GDP Forecast to 2.2%, Fastest Since 2007

[Bloomberg] Draghi Says Euro Gain Must Be Monitored as Source of Uncertainty

[Bloomberg] Fed Leadership Questions Aside, Policy Outlook Getting Clearer

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Surprise Deal With Democrats Sets Up Christmas Showdown

[CNBC] US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin warns US could seek to sanction any country trading with North Korea

[Bloomberg] China Foreign Reserves Rise a Seventh Month Amid Yuan Strength

[Reuters] China's old growth model keeps slowdown at bay

[NYT] European Central Bank Faces Hurdle in Cutting Stimulus: A Weak Dollar

[WSJ] Trump Stuns GOP by Dealing With Democrats on Debt, Harvey Aid

[WSJ] China’s Bad Banks Show It Still Has a Big Bad Loan Problem

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise, Treasuries Fall on Debt-Ceiling Deal: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Trump is reportedly unlikely to pick Gary Cohn as next Fed chair

[Bloomberg] Fischer to Step Down in Mid-October as Fed Vacancies Mount

[CNBC] Lloyd Blankfein sees something in the market that 'unnerves' him

[Reuters] ECB to start laying groundwork for stimulus exit

[Bloomberg] China Cities Face Surging Funding Costs as Default Concerns Rise

[Bloomberg] U.S. Service-Industries Rebound Underpins Third-Quarter Growth

[Bloomberg] Bank of Canada Raises Benchmark Rate to 1%

[Bloomberg] How 1,000 Corporate-Bond Buys Upended Europe's Debt Market

[WSJ] President Trump Unlikely to Nominate Gary Cohn to Become Fed Chairman

[WSJ] Goldman’s Blankfein on Markets: ‘Things Have Been Going Up for Too Long’