Thursday, September 14, 2017

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Slips on Retail Sales Letdown; Pound Jumps: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Retail Sales Fall After Weaker Results in Prior Months

[Bloomberg] U.S. Factory Output Declines as Harvey Hits Refining, Chemicals

[Bloomberg] One-Time BOE Dove Sees Case for Imminent Rate Hike

[Reuters] Euro zone wage growth surges, making ECB taper more likely

[CNBC] Bitcoin is plunging again and has now lost a third of its value this week

[CNBC] North Korea's latest missile traveled farther, flew higher than its last

[CNBC] Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calls on 'all nations to take new measures' against North Korea

[Politico] Inside Trump's dalliance with Democrats

[Bloomberg] China Sees $19 Trillion in State Assets Defusing Debt Bomb

[Reuters] Spain passes measures to control Catalan finances ahead of independence vote

[CNBC] 'Dangerous arms race' on the Korean Peninsula: Seoul's worrying response to Pyongyang missile

[Bloomberg] North Korea Puts Guam in Range With Missile Test Over Japan

[Bloomberg] World Hunger Worsens as War and Climate Shocks Hit Food Security

[WSJ] Central Banks Edge Away From Easy Money as BOE Signals Rate Rise

[WSJ] Tech Firms Find Washington Isn’t So Hands-Off Anymore

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