Sunday, November 19, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound in Short Week for U.S. Exchanges: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Merkel’s Attempt to Form a New German Government Collapses

[Bloomberg] China Clampdown Signals ‘New Era’ for $15 Trillion in Funds

[CNBC] Chinese shadow banking has slowed — but that's not as good as it seems

[Bloomberg] A Boring Week in U.S. Stocks Masks a Roaring Appetite for Hedges

[Bloomberg] Rural-Phone Crisis: $48 Billion of Junk Debt Hangs Over Industry

[Bloomberg] Once-Hot Apartment Construction Cooling as U.S. Housing Engine

[Reuters] Japan PM Abe: Govt and BOJ to work together to beat deflation

[WSJ] U.S. Rebuffs China’s Charm Offensive, Edging Closer to Trade War

[WSJ] Growing Gas Glut Threatens West Texas Oil Boom

[WSJ] How China’s Acquisitive HNA Group Fell From Favor

[FT] Angela Merkel faces worst political crisis of her career

[FT] EU leaders warn on risks of Berlin power vacuum

[NYT] Six Years After Fukushima, Robots Finally Find Reactors’ Melted Uranium Fuel

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Euro Drops as German Talks Fail; Asian Stocks Slip: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Soars Past $8,000 as Technology Shift Concern Vanishes

[CNBC] The stock market's 'split personality' could set off a correction at any moment, Art Cashin warns

[Bloomberg] Japan’s Best Export Performance Since 2008 Crisis Rolls On

[Reuters] Saudi Arabia and Arab allies push for unity against Iran, Hezbollah meddling

Sunday's News Links

[Reuters] 'No fireworks' at NAFTA talks, but few signs of progress

[Bloomberg] Merkel Faces Endgame for Next German Government in Party Talks

[Reuters] Mugabe agrees to stand down as Zimbabwe president: source

[WSJ] Is This the Top of the Market?

[FT] China must reveal the true level of its GDP growth