Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks to Extend Gains After U.S. Tech Surge: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil hits highest since mid-2015, then dips

[Bloomberg] Airlines Join Banks in Dishing Out $1,000 Tax Bill Bonuses

[Bloomberg] China’s Longest Bond Rout Has Further to Go

[Bloomberg] Record-Setting Cold Shakes Up America’s Commodities Markets

[CNBC] Internet giants fuel warehouse demand as land prices surge

[Bloomberg] China Seen Raising Money Market Rates Three Times This Year

[CNBC] 2018 will bring a disastrous geopolitical event that rivals the 2008 financial crisis, says foreign policy expert Ian Bremmer

[Reuters] U.S. warns North Korea against new missile test, plays down talks

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] European Stocks Slide; Dollar Extends Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil posts strongest year opening since 2014; Iran unrest pushes up crude

[Bloomberg] Global Manufacturers Strain to Keep Up With Faster Economy

[Reuters] Asian factories end 2017 on mixed note; central banks seen hiking slowly

[CNBC] As US budget fight looms, Republicans are suddenly worried about spending

[CNBC] Home prices are set to soar in 2018

[Bloomberg] Australian Home Prices Fell in December in Bellwether for 2018

[Bloomberg] Hundreds Detained in Iran as Trump Renews Attack on Regime

[CNBC] Look for an 'almost inevitable cold war' between the US and China, strategist says

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Strategy to Knock Out North Korean Missiles Carries Risk

[Bloomberg] 2018 Feels Ripe for ‘Big Unexpected Crisis,’ Eurasia Group Says

[Reuters] German parties at odds ahead of coalition talks

[WSJ] In Cities With Low Unemployment, Wages Finally Start to Get Bigger

[WSJ] Trump Backs Protesters in Iran

[FT] Central bank support set to be game-changer for bonds

[FT] Eurozone manufacturing sector growth hits record