Monday, November 27, 2017

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise as Energy Shares Jump; Dollar Steady: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Confidence Unexpectedly Climbs to 17-Year High

[Reuters] U.S. goods trade deficit widens in October, inventories fall

[Bloomberg] Home Prices in 20 U.S. Cities Rise by Most Since Mid-2014

[Reuters] Fed nominee Powell, once hawkish, now champions Yellen's focus on jobs

[Bloomberg] Here’s Where the GOP Tax Plan Stands Right Now

[Reuters] Senate tax drama intensifies as bill faces key panel vote

[CNBC] Sen. Bob Corker: 'I've been a deficit hawk for 11 years' and don't want to damage the nation with tax vote

[Bloomberg] China Bond Rout Is `Early Warning Signal' to Global Debt Market

[Reuters] BOJ Kuroda: 'Reversal rate' helps understand appropriate yield curve

[Bloomberg] Market's Numbness to Risk Reminds of Calm Before Storm: Axioma

[Reuters] China's regulator just moved to slow the flow of mainland cash into Hong Kong

[Bloomberg] Chinese Rival to Tesla Faces a Debt Crunch

[WSJ] Powell Seeks to Support Economy, Defend Fed Independence

[WSJ] Senators Seek Changes to Tax Bill as Busy Week Kicks Off

[FT] US tax reform: the return of trickle-down economics

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Languish at Start of Busy Week, Oil Drops: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Here's where GOP Senate holdouts stand on sweeping tax bill

[AP] Senators consider automatic tax hikes if revenue falls short

[Reuters] Fed chair nominee Powell pledges 'decisive' response to any economic crisis

[CNBC] Dallas Fed president: Stock market 'excesses' pose potential threat to economy

[Reuters] U.S. Cyber Monday sales jump 17 percent, fewer deals on offer

[Bloomberg] How China's Going to Try to Control Its Massive Housing Bubble

[Bloomberg] OPEC’s Clash With U.S. Oil Is Nearing Its Day of Reckoning

[Bloomberg] North Korea May Be Preparing a Missile Launch, Kyodo Reports

[WSJ] Senators Seek Changes to Tax Bill as Busy Week Kicks Off

[WSJ] Beijing is Making Its Most Serious Effort Yet to Tackle Its Financial-System Issues

[FT] Cautious trade follows fresh China stocks sell-off

[FT] Structured credit boom sees investors scaling risk curve

[FT] Trump, Xi and the siren song of nationalism