Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Tuesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wal-Mart helps Wall Street to new records, but techs curb gains

[Reuters] Oil rises 2 percent on signs rebalancing underway

[CNBC] The contest for next Fed chair is coming down to two pretty different choices

[Bloomberg] Catalans Call Time Out on Independence Bid And Ask Spain to Talk

[CNBC] President Trump’s fight with GOP leaders threatens tax reform

[Bloomberg] Nobel Economist Thaler Says He's Nervous About Stock Market

[WSJ] ‘Passive’ Investing Frenzy Pushes Vanguard to $4.7 Trillion in Assets

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. warship sails near islands Beijing claims in South China Sea - U.S. officials

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Hit New Highs, Spanish Equities Drop: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Spain Readies Forces Able to Seize Catalan Leader Today

[Bloomberg] Trump Allies Fear His Corker Feud Is Putting the GOP Tax Plan at Risk

[Bloomberg] Working-Class Americans Face Growing Debt Burdens, Moody's Says

[CNBC] Market just as dangerous as late 1990s, and bank stocks could 'come crashing down,' analyst Dick Bove warns

[Bloomberg] Yuan Volatility Climbs With Spot After Strong Fix, Zhou Comments

[Bloomberg] China Central Bank Boss Calls for Reform Amid Congress Countdown

[FT] North Korea hacked allied war plans, Seoul lawmaker says

[FT] Outgoing head of PBoC calls for urgent easing of capital controls

[Reuters] North Korean missiles will be able to reach U.S. after modernization: Ifax cites Russian lawmaker