Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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

Tuesday's News LInks

[Bloomberg] Global Stocks Gain as Bonds Rise; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] People Are Suddenly Worried About the Yield Curve Flattening

[Politico] Congress speeds toward shutdown over Dreamers

[Bloomberg] ECB Is Said Likely to Take Small Steps in QE Exit Guidance

[Bloomberg] China Is Stepping Up the Fight Against Its Mountain of Debt

[Bloomberg] Turkey Lifts Bank-Funding Cost as Lira Drops to All-Time Low

[Bloomberg] Turkish Assets Race to the Bottom as Erdogan Targets Rates Again

[Bloomberg] Hong Kong Apartment Sets Asia Price Record

[NYT] C.E.O. Deficit Fears Dissolve With the Prospect of Corporate Tax Cuts

[WSJ] Tech Boom Creates New Order for World Markets

[WSJ] Takeovers Roar to Life as Companies Hear Footsteps From Tech Giants

[WSJ] Germany’s Political Impasse Will Stymie Further European Change

[FT] Merkel left searching for route out of crisis

[FT] Low volatility paradox will catch out investors and regulators