Sunday, October 8, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate Near Record as Dollar Slumps: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Turkish Markets Tumble After Erdogan’s Feud With U.S. Escalates

[Bloomberg] Lira Plunge a Reminder That Fed Isn't Only Emerging Market Risk

[Bloomberg] Spain Warns Catalonia Independence Bid Risks Economic Meltdown

[Reuters] China services sector growth falls to 21-month low in September: Caixin PMI

[WSJ] ECB May Choose a Long, Slow Goodbye to Extraordinary Stimulus

[Bloomberg] Republicans Worry About Keeping Trump’s Middle-Class Tax Promise

[Bloomberg] Thaler, Famed for ‘Nudge’ Theory, Wins Nobel Economics Prize

[Reuters] ECB still concerned about existing stock of bank bad loans: Mersch

[Bloomberg] ECB’s Knot Warns of Market Correction as Risk May Be Underpriced

[NYT] The Economy Is Humming. Bankers Are Cheering. What Could Go Wrong?

[NYT] Wall Street Firms Gambled on Puerto Rico. They’re Losing.

[FT] Transcript: Wolfgang Schäuble bids farewell to the eurogroup

[FT] Head of ETF provider warns on concentration of holdings in bigger stocks

[WSJ] ETF Trading Volume Slumps to Near Three-Year Lows

[Reuters] Iran promises 'crushing' response if U.S. designates Guards a terrorist group

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Lira Tumbles on Political Risk; China to Gain: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Turkish Lira Plunges After U.S. Suspends Some Visa Services

[Bloomberg] Catalan President Unbowed Amid Mounting Pressure to Back Down

[WSJ] Central Banks Pull Back as Global Growth Picture Brightens

[FT] Wolfgang Schäuble warns of another global financial crisis

[FT] Puerto Rico after the storm: an island on the edge

Sunday's News Links

[MarketWatch] Is this the melt-up in the stock market before Wall Street’s meltdown?

[BBC] Catalan independence declaration 'will have no effect', says Rajoy

[BBC] 'Only one thing will work' with N Korea, says President Trump

[Reuters] Iran warns U.S. against imposing further sanctions

[Reuters] Japan's Koike says her party offers centrist choice to voters