Thursday, January 4, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Extend Strong 2018 Start; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Blizzard Triggers a 60-Fold Surge in Prices for U.S. Natural Gas

[Bloomberg] Oil Jumps After U.S. Crude Stockpiles Shrink Most Since August

[Bloomberg] Global Warming Is Starving the World's Reefs Faster Than Ever

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise on Global Growth Outlook; Dollar Slips: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Treasury yields climb after jobs data blows past estimates

[Reuters] Oil hits highest since 2015 as Iran unrest spooks market

[Bloomberg] Companies in U.S. Added 250,000 Jobs in December, ADP Data Show

[Bloomberg] Consumer Comfort in U.S. Advanced in 2017 to a 16-Year High

[Bloomberg] Powell Inherits Fed Rate-Hike Debate With Inflation Doubts Lingering

[Reuters] BOJ's Kuroda repeats vow to maintain ultra-easy policy

[CNBC] Job-cut announcements in 2017 see lowest level since 1990, Challenger report says

[Bloomberg] Inflation Risk May Shake Global Markets

[Reuters] Security flaws put virtually all phones, computers at risk

[Bloomberg] Toronto Home Prices Fall for Seventh Month as Lending Tightens

[Reuters] U.S. military warns against getting hopes up over North Korean overture

[CNBC] China and the US 'are about to ride a bumpy journey,' state news agency says

[CNBC] Pakistan is ditching the dollar for trade with China — 24 hours after Trump denounced the 
country

[NYT] Researchers Discover Two Major Flaws in the World’s Computers

[WSJ] Tech Giants Race to Address Widespread Chip Flaws

[FT] Donald Trump unlikely to certify nuclear deal with Iran