Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Wednesday News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rise With Treasuries as Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Copper Rallies to Three-Year High as China Plant Halts Output

[Bloomberg] China Beige Book Sees Signs of Shift to Slower Growth Already

[Bloomberg] China Industrial Profit Growth Slows as Factory Inflation Eases

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets' Dream Run Could See a Reality Check in 2018

[Bloomberg] World's Wealthiest Became $1 Trillion Richer in 2017

[Bloomberg] Betting Against Boredom: A Field Guide to 2018 Volatility Trades

[WSJ] A Banner Year for Corporate Debt

[WSJ] White House Considers Former Bush-Era Economists for Fed No. 2 Job

[WSJ] Can Central Banks Keep Control of Interest Rates?

[WSJ] Yield-Starved Investors Giving In to the Demands of Bond Sellers

[FT] Number of IPOs at highest since financial crisis

[FT] China IPOs hit record number in mainland markets

[FT] China share pledges soar as founders seek new borrowing tools

[FT] Unravelling of LeEco leaves creditors scrambling for cash

[FT] Smart beta funds pass $1tn in assets

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Oil Surges Past $59 as Apple Drags on Tech Stocks: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. IPOs Bounce Back: Five Key Measures of 2017's Listings

[Bloomberg] Five Years of Abenomics: The Good, the Bad and the Sluggish

[Washington Post] America's trade wars are heating up as U.S. firms sue for relief from foreign competitors

[FT] Driver shortage sends truck haulage rates higher