Sunday, October 1, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Dollar Advance as Spain Woes Hit Euro: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Eyes Rates as Asset-Price Tool in Break With Hands-Off Past

[Bloomberg] Cohn Says Repatriation Tax Rate Will Be in '10-Percent Range'

[CNBC] Favorite to be next Fed chair believes central bank is a 'slave' to the stock market

[BBC] Catalan referendum: Who will move next in Spain's crisis?

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Manufacturing Confidence Touches a Decade High

[Bloomberg] Abe’s Support Falls in Two Polls Ahead of Snap Election

[Bloomberg] Automakers Plan Electric Car Blitz as Tesla Burns Billions

[WSJ] Trump Tells Tillerson Talking to North Korea Is A Waste of Time

[FT] Rajoy faces huge task after Catalonia independence referendum

[WSJ] China Throws Its Sinking Private Sector a Life Vest

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Set to Rise; Euro a Focus After Catalan Vote: Market Wrap

[Reuters] Trump to top U.S. diplomat: Don't bother talking to North Korea

[Reuters] Can't guarantee tax cut for entire middle class: Mnuchin

[Reuters] Catalan leader opens door to secession from Spain after vote

[Bloomberg] China Steers Credit to Small Business With Targeted Reserve Cut

[Bloomberg] Odey Sees 'Terrifying' Mix in MiFID, Tapering, Asset Values

[WSJ] Trump Administration Officials Defend GOP Tax Plan

[FT] China steps up battle against runaway property prices

[FT] Why mortgage convexity will matter to bond investors again

Sunday's News Links

[Bloomberg] The Latest on Catalonia's Independence Referendum

[Reuters] Violence erupts as Catalans vote on split from Spain

[CNBC] David Stockman: Trump tax reform overhaul is a pipe dream, stocks are heading for 40-70% plunge