Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound on Tech Rally as Treasuries Weaken: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Factory Output Surged in October on Hurricane Rebound

[Reuters] Congress poised for a major test on tax legislation

[AP] GOP muscling tax bill through House; hits senator roadblock

[Bloomberg] Fed Insiders Push for Radical Policy Review as Powell Era Dawns

[Bloomberg] China's Outbound Investment Plunges as Irrational Deals Curbed

[Reuters] China central bank adviser expects less forceful deleveraging in 2018

[Reuters] Markets should not expect ECB to beef up bond buys: Mersch

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin's Rivals Multiply Amid Battle for Crypto Dominance

[CNBC] Leonardo da Vinci painting sells for more than $450 million, breaking all-time art auction record

[Reuters] Zimbabwe on knife's edge after military seizes power

[WSJ] Treasury’s New Approach to Debt: Go Short

[FT] China bond yields fall after PBoC liquidity boost

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Fall, Treasuries Rise as Commodities Slump: Markets Wrap

[The Hill] Sen. Johnson first Republican opposed to tax bill

[Bloomberg] Puerto Rico May Need to Skip Bond Payments for Five Years

[Bloomberg] Fed on Collision Course With Bond Markets in Curve Conundrum

[CNBC] Most voters disapprove of GOP tax proposals, think they help the wealthy most, poll says

[CNBC] China's climbing bond yields raise new concerns for markets

[Bloomberg] Why China's Bond Selloff Isn't Luring Back Their Biggest Holder

[Reuters] Strong U.S. economy calls for December rate hike: Fed's Rosengren

[Bloomberg] Greenlight's Einhorn Says Issues That Caused the Crisis Are Not Solved

[Bloomberg] Nafta Bickering Begins Again Today

[Bloomberg] The Hedge Fund Love Affair With Tech Is Souring

[NYT] Senators Clash Over Last-Minute Changes to Tax Bill

[WSJ] Vanguard’s 2017 Prediction: A Record $350 Billion In New Cash

[Reuters] Lebanon accuses Saudi Arabia of holding its PM hostage