Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slump, Dollar Gains as Crude Oil Drops: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. producer prices increase as Harvey boosts gasoline prices

[Reuters] New Fed chair could be set in next month: U.S. Treasury Secretary

[CNBC] Powell odds-on favorite for Fed chair amid report Mnuchin is pushing for him

[NYT] Fed Still Puzzled by Inflation, but Rate Increase Is on Track

[Bloomberg] Brexit Talks Hit Deadlock as Both Sides Prepare for Cliff Edge

[Bloomberg] China Wants a Win Where Draghi and Carney Fell Short

[CNBC] Bitcoin hits a new record high above $5,200

[Bloomberg] Missile Threats Aren't the Only Problem for South Korean Bonds

[Reuters] Asked to explain 'calm before the storm' remark, Trump talks North Korea

[WSJ] Say Goodbye to the China Bid

[WSJ] Beijing Pushes for a Direct Hand in China’s Big Tech Firms

[WSJ] Six Reasons Why China Matters

[FT] The ECB’s self-imposed limits complicate its QE exit

[FT] Investment banks ride leveraged loan boom

[WSJ] Turkey and the West Clash, Pleasing Russia and Iran

Wednesday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street ticks higher to record close; eyes on earnings, Fed

[Reuters] Fed divide on inflation intensified at September policy meeting

[Bloomberg] Goldman Has a New Way for You to Bet on the Next Banking Crisis

[Reuters] Trump denies seeking nearly tenfold increase in U.S. nuclear arsenal

[WSJ] Fed on Track to Raise Rates Despite Weak Inflation, Minutes Show

[FT] Inflation cloud hangs over Federal Reserve