Monday, January 8, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks at Records as Dollar Gains, Bonds Fall: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Wall Street's Rising Euphoria May Spell Trouble for Stock Market

[Politico] Republicans: Budget deal prospects are dimming

[Bloomberg] Yen's Spike Shows Taste of What Comes When BOJ Really Does Shift

[Reuters] Japan's central bank trims bond purchases, prompting taper talk

[Bloomberg] China Changes the Way It Manages Yuan After Currency's Jump

[Bloomberg] Gold Is Beating Everything Since the Fed Raised Rates

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Unemployment Rate Drops to Lowest Level Since 2009

[Reuters] German industrial output surges, signaling a healthy 2018

[Bloomberg] Intel CEO Comments Indicate Chip Issue May Cause Bigger Slowdown

[NYT] As Economy Strengthens, Fed Ponders New Approach

[WSJ] Fed Officials Encourage Reassessment of Inflation Target

[WSJ] As Stocks Reach New Highs, Investors Abandon Hedges

[WSJ] Amid Signs of a Thaw in North Korea, Tensions Bubble Up

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Build on Gains as Japan Traders Return: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Toys With $62 Amid Iranian Friction, U.S. Drilling Pullback

[Bloomberg] Bernanke Sees Powell's Fed Studying New Inflation-Target Regimes

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Credit Jumped in November by Most Since 2001

[Bloomberg] Retail Investors Are on Their Longest Buying Spree of the Bull Market

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds' Best Year Since 2013 Wasn't as Superb as It Sounds

[Bloomberg] Citi Had Greatest CLO Market Share in 2017

[CNBC] There's one market analyst on Wall Street who thinks a bear market is ahead

[Reuters] Fed's Bostic says three rate hikes in 2018 may be too much

[CNBC] US disaster costs shatter records in 2017, the third-warmest year on record

[Bloomberg] Jack Ma's Debt Giant Grinds to Halt as China Curbs Micro-Loans