Friday, January 5, 2018

Friday Evening Links

[Reuters] S&P 500, Nasdaq post best week in more than a year

[Reuters] In test for Powell, internal groundswell grows to rethink Fed's inflation approach

[Reuters] Fed's Mester sees roughly four U.S. rate hikes in 2018

[Bloomberg] Powell Was a Wary Supporter of QE3 in 2012

[Bloomberg] Yellen's 2012 Worry Foretold Fed Taper Tantrum Five Months Later

[Bloomberg] Capital One CEO Becomes Billionaire After Stock Hits Record High

[WSJ] Powell Backed Fed’s Bond-Buying Plan With Reservations in 2012

[FT] Signs of euphoria suggest equity bulls are on borrowed time

[FT] Companies scramble to fix computer flaws

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Bond Pare Gains, Stocks Higher After Jobs Report: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Added Fewer Jobs Than Expected in December

[Bloomberg] U.S. Trade Deficit Balloons to Widest in Almost Six Years

[Bloomberg] Global Debt Hits Record $233 Trillion

[] Last Year Broke Closures, Flows Records

[Bloomberg] Fed's Bullard Says Tax Overhaul May Light Fire Under Investment

[Bloomberg] Weak Dollar Puzzle May Be Solved in Global Credit Merry-Go-Round

[Bloomberg] Canada's Unemployment Rate Declines to Lowest in Four Decades

[Bloomberg] China to Set Economic Growth Target ‘Around 6.5%’

[Bloomberg] HNA Units Are Said to Have Missed Payments to More Chinese Banks

[Bloomberg] HNA Said to Walk Away From Late-Stage Value Partners Deal Talks

[Bloomberg] Gold Imports Said to Rebound Amid Signs India's Tax Woes Fading

[CNBC] There's a battle of tax codes raging — the US and China just upped the arms race

[Bloomberg] Apple Says All Macs, iPhones and iPads Exposed to Chip Security Flaws