Sunday, September 17, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Climb as Fed Week Kicks Off; Gold Declines: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Forget Default: Deutsche Reckons Debt Market Risk Lies Elsewhere

[Reuters] Skilled labor shortage clouds U.S. building industry outlook: survey

[Reuters] In shedding bonds, Fed aims for boring end to crisis-era measures

[Bloomberg] Here’s How Tax Reform Could Squeeze the Middle Class

[Bloomberg] Wall Street’s Trillion-Dollar Monopoly Has Repo Traders on Edge

[Bloomberg] China Home Prices Rise in Fewer Cities in Property Slowdown

[Bloomberg] 'Frothy' Assets Spark Concerns as Cash Floods Indian Markets

[Reuters] Korean peninsula draws range of military drills in show of force against North Korea

[Axios] Trump's dark view of North Korea options

[WSJ] ‘We’ve Been Breached’: Inside the Equifax Hack

[FT] China vs US: Who is copying whom?

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Yen Falls as Havens Retreat; Stocks Climb in Asia: Markets Wrap

[Forbes] Everything You Need To Know About Tax Reform Is In This One Sentence

[Reuters] Global debt may be understated by $13 trillion: BIS

[Reuters] Muted inflation a trillion-dollar puzzle, says BIS

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] Greek backtracking on reforms may prolong next review: ECB official

[Reuters] Haley says U.N. has exhausted options on North Korea

[WSJ] Trump’s Deal Rejection Puts U.S. Policy on Chinese Investment in Focus

[FT] Investors focus on growing global bond market weakness