Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks at Records, Dollar Weaker as Fed Meets: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] For sizzling markets, questions loom as Fed edges back

[Reuters] Senate Republicans weigh tax cuts, deficit expansion

[Reuters] If threatened, U.S. will 'totally destroy' North Korea, Trump vows

[FT] Nobody seems to know why there’s no US inflation

[FT] Central Bank Quantitative Easing as an Emerging Political Liability

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed Ahead of Fed; Euro Gains, Oil Rises: Markets Wrap

[SCMP] Yuan weakens sharply after PBOC sets fixing at two-week low; all eyes on Fed

[Reuters] U.S. current account widens sharply in second quarter

[Bloomberg] U.S. Housing Starts Steady, Permits Rise Ahead of Hurricanes

[Reuters] U.S. import prices post biggest gain in seven months

[Bloomberg] Toys 'R' Us Files for Bankruptcy in Richmond, Virginia

[Bloomberg] The U.S. Will Act on North Korea Missiles That Pose a Threat, Mattis Says

[Reuters] Borrowing bonds may get harder as Fed pares holdings

[Bloomberg] Having Stopped Yields Rising, BOJ Now Finds Them Falling Too Low

[Bloomberg] Huarong Suspends New Loans to Developer Sunac

[Bloomberg] Weakest China Developers Menaced by $38 Billion in Bond Puts

[Bloomberg] The World’s Biggest Wealth Fund Hits $1 Trillion

[WSJ] Trump to Push Nationalist Policy at U.N.

[WSJ] The Fed, a Decade After the Crisis, Is About to Embark on the Great Unwinding

[WSJ] The Fed’s Long March to Normal

[WSJ] Bitcoin’s Wild Ride Shows The Truth: It Is Probably Worth Zero

[FT] America’s inflation enigma continues to confound

[FT] ‘Buyback trade’ fizzles as stock repurchases slow