Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Mixed; Dollar Steady on Fed's Outlook: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Fed Raises Rates While Sticking to Three-Hike Outlook for 2018

[Reuters] U.S. Republicans craft tax deal, final votes seen next week

[BBC] Brexit bill: Government loses key vote after Tory rebellion

[Reuters] Italian bonds, bank stocks hit as prospect of March election reignites political uncertainty

[CNBC] House, Senate leaders reach tentative deal on sweeping tax bill

[Bloomberg] Fed, ECB and China Pose Key Dangers for Asia's Dollar-Bond Boom

[Bloomberg] Steinhoff to Restate 2016 Results as Financial Scandal Grows

[Bloomberg] Bond Traders See the Fed's ‘Third Mandate’ Driving Rates Higher

[Bloomberg] U.S. Finds Allies to Challenge China’s Trade Tactics

[CNBC] Gundlach: Tax plan could have some' unintended consequences,' hurt junk bond market

[Bloomberg] Scientists Are Linking This Extreme Weather to Man-Made Warming

[WSJ] Nearly 5 Million Americans in Default on Student Loans

Wednesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Gain, Dollar Weakens on Price Data: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Inflation Picks Up on Energy Costs; Core Gauge Slows

[Bloomberg] Fed 2018 Dots in Focus for Yellen Swan Song: Decision Day Guide

[Reuters] With rate hike in the bag, Fed may hint at Trump effect on economy

[CNBC] Doug Jones' apparent win makes the GOP's tax reform push even more urgent

[Reuters] Crucial details of Republican tax plan in flux as deal deadline looms

[Reuters] U.S., EU, Japan slam market distortion in swipe at China

[Bloomberg] The Whole World Is Paying the Price for Cleaner Air in China

[CNBC] China's economy set to slow sharply in 2018, ADB warns

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Economy Fuels Strongest Jobs Growth in a Decade: Chart

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Shrug Off Crises For Best Gains in Eight Years

[WSJ] Federal Reserve Expected to Raise Rates

[WSJ] GOP Bridging Divide in House, Senate Tax Plans

[FT] Fed’s failure to tighten financial conditions a cause for concern

[WSJ] Democratic Victory in Alabama Stirs GOP Anxiety Over Midterm Elections