Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Erase Losses; Dollar Extends Drop: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Chinese Stocks Tumble Most in 17 Months as Bond Selloff Spreads

[Reuters] China stocks suffer mauling, Fed leaves dollar in a daze

[Bloomberg] What Analysts Are Saying About the Sudden Drop in Chinese Stocks

[Bloomberg] Oil Trades Above $58 as U.S. Stockpile Draw Boosts OPEC Optimism

[Reuters] ECB split over keeping bond buys open-ended: minutes

[Bloomberg] Merkel Offered Path to Fourth Term as Resistance Dwindles

[Bloomberg] China's $3.4 Trillion Corporate Bond Market Faces Rocky 2018

[Bloomberg] These Are the Five Biggest Tests Facing China's Next Central Bank Chief

[Bloomberg] Two Biggest Risks Now Are China and Inflation, Market Veteran Says

[Bloomberg] ECB Policy Makers Worried Markets Expect More QE Extensions

[Bloomberg] Australia's $5.6 Trillion Housing Frenzy Tops U.S. Subprime Peak

[WSJ] Fed on Track for December Rate Rise, but Inflation Worries Persist

[WSJ] Have Trillions of Fed Dollars Broken a Bond Market Warning Sign?

[WSJ] Saying Bye to Buybacks

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Steady After Sinking on U.S. Rate Outlook: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Signals December Hike Even as Debate on Prices Persists

[CNBC] Fed officials fear financial market 'imbalances' and possibility of 'sharp reversal' in prices

[Bloomberg] China is pumping a lot of cash into its economy to calm investors