Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stock Rally to Extend in Asia as Bond Drop Deepens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin Threatens More Sanctions on China Over North Korea

[Bloomberg] Jamie Dimon Slams Bitcoin as a ‘Fraud’

[Reuters] North Korea sanctions 'nothing compared to what will have to happen': Trump

[FT] US to target Chinese banks unless Beijing gets tough on N Korea

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise as Dollar Edges Higher; Oil Climbs: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump Plans Aggressive Road Show to Sell Tax Overhaul

[Politico] GOP lawmakers jittery over lack of tax reform details

[Reuters] Lenders, investors breathe easier as hurricane waters recede

[Bloomberg] China's Banks Are Leading a Surge in Overseas Lending, McKinsey Says

[CNBC] Why China's big meeting will matter for US markets

[Bloomberg] China's Consumers Haven't Been This Confident in Two Decades

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Finance Chief Warns Again of Property Risk on Fed

[Bloomberg] Japan Banks Turn to Private Equity, Hedge Funds to Stoke Returns

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Used to Love Betting Against China. Now, Not So Much

[Reuters] Exclusive: Trump to weigh more aggressive U.S. strategy on Iran - sources

[Bloomberg] U.K. Inflation Jumps More Than Forecast to Match 4-Year High

[Bloomberg] India Consumer Prices Rise 3.36%, More Than Forecast

[Reuters] North Korea warns U.S. of 'greatest pain', rejects sanctions

[NYT] Houston’s Unsinkable Housing Market Undaunted by Storm

[FT] Renminbi extends slide as PBoC lowers midpoint fix

[WSJ] China to Shut Bitcoin Exchanges

[WSJ] Gold Is Flashing Inflation, Not North Korea

[FT] North Korea’s opaque trading network keeps economy afloat