Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar, Bonds Slip as Stocks Rise; Pound Swings: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Climbs to Two-Year High as Stockpiles Fall Before OPEC Meets

[Bloomberg] U.S. Business Equipment Orders Fall for First Time Since June

[Reuters] 'Very uncertain' Yellen still predicts U.S. inflation rebound

[Bloomberg] Bond Scarcity Made $25 Trillion in Higher-Yielding Debt Disappear

[Reuters] Half of Germans want new elections after coalition talks fail

[Reuters] Lebanon's Hariri Delays Resignation, Vows to Protect Nation

[WSJ] Trump Administration Blasts Mexico, Canada For Limited Nafta ‘Headway’

[WSJ] Fed Minutes to Give Hints on Officials’ Mood Ahead of Final Meeting of 2017

[WSJ] Yellen Says She’s Uncertain Weak Inflation Is Transitory

[FT] Yellen describes low US inflation in 2017 as a ‘mystery’

[FT] US yield curve hits its flattest point since November 2007

[FT] Beijing throws cold water on China’s fintech IPO wave

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks to Climb as S&P 500 Hits Record High: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Fed close to goals, sees dual risks as it hikes rates: Yellen

[Reuters] BOJ gives early sign of lift-off with warnings on the costs of easing

[Reuters] NAFTA round wrapping up, 'significant differences' remain

[Bloomberg] Chip Stocks Are on the Verge of Finally Breaking Their Tech Bubble Era Records

[Reuters] Zimbabwe's Mugabe resigns, ending four decades of rule