Thursday, September 14, 2017

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Jumps, S&P Futures Fall After Missile Launch: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] North Korea fires missile from Pyongyang toward the east: South Korea

[Reuters] Trump says no decision yet on Fed chair; 'respects' Yellen

[Bloomberg] Fannie-Freddie Won't Be Addressed Until Next Year, Mnuchin Says

[Bloomberg] With $600 Million 'Blank Check' IPO, VCs Experiment on Startup Listings

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Decline on North Korea as BOE Lifts Pound: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Rises to Five-Week High Near $50 on Stronger Demand Outlook

[Bloomberg] U.S. Inflation Picks Up, Ending Five-Month Streak of Misses

[Bloomberg] Fed Officials Admit They’ve Lost Some Credibility on Inflation

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Tumbles as Chinese Exchange Says It Will Halt Trading

[CNBC] Investors most fearful of the market since before Trump's election

[Bloomberg] Bank of England May Hike Rates Within Months

[Bloomberg] China's Economy Cools Again

[Bloomberg] China Home Sales Grow at Slowest Pace in Almost Three Years

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Commercial Property Prices Triple Over Past Decade

[Reuters] North Korea threatens to 'sink' Japan, reduce U.S. to 'ashes and darkness'

[Politico] How Man-made Earthquakes Could Cripple the U.S. Economy

[NYT] What Trump Can Do to Prevent the Next Crash

[WSJ] Meet the Earth’s Largest Money-Market Fund

[FT] Corporate bondholders heighten market risk

[FT] The ECB’s story on Target2 doesn’t add up