Thursday, October 5, 2017

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks, Bonds Slip as Dollar Gains on Jobs: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Payrolls Fall 33,000 on Storms; Jobless Rate at 4.2%

[Bloomberg] Catalonia Is Squeezed by Spain's Establishment Closing Ranks

[Bloomberg] U.S. Delays Key Commerce Decision on China Until After Trump's Trip

[Bloomberg] Market Mania Has Assets All Around the World Closing the Crisis Era

[CNBC] China is in 'lock-down' ahead of its most important meeting in years

[Reuters] Japan's new party vows to scrap over-reliance on fiscal, monetary steps

[Bloomberg] Repealing the State and Local Tax Break Would Kill the GOP’s Plan, Schumer Says

[CNBC] No fear: Stock market's main measure of volatility posts lowest close ever

[WSJ] Looking for Bubbles in All the Wrong Places

[FT] The Fed chief is going to find 2018 hard going

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Reuters] Wall Street extends record run on tax overhaul optimism, solid data

[Reuters] Oil rises 2 percent, boosted by potential OPEC deal

[Reuters] Spanish court suspends Catalan parliament session, throwing independence call in doubt

[Bloomberg] Oil at $50 Has Energy Companies Selling Debt Like It's 2014

[Bloomberg] The One Fed Choice That Would Really Spook The Bond Market

[Bloomberg] Jim Grant Is 'Bearish' on Bridgewater, Saying Dalio Isn't Focused on Investing

[Reuters] Trump expected to decertify Iran nuclear deal, official says