Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Tuesday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed, Give Back Gains After Record Surge: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. holiday shoppers spend record $108 billion online: Adobe

[Bloomberg] Weidmann Says Predictions for Mid-2019 ECB Rate Hike Are Realistic

[VOA] Turkish President Steps Up Threats on US-backed Militia in Syria

[Newsweek] Iran Says Trump Fanning 'Flames of War' with New Syria Force

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Race to Records as Big Banks Show Strength: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ‘Explosion’ in U.S. Bond Supply Endangers Global Market Rally

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumers See Higher Wage Growth, Inflation in Fed Survey

[Bloomberg] Yuan Strength Leaves Market Guessing at China's Line in the Sand

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Tumbles 20% as Fears of Cryptocurrency Crackdown Linger

[Bloomberg] GOP Leaders Struggle to Avert Shutdown After Immigration Blow-Up

[Bloomberg] China's Xi Urges Trump to Seek Settlement of Trade Disputes

[Reuters] Investors extend bets on stocks climbing into 2019: BAML survey

[Bloomberg] ECB Confronts New Inflation Reality Jolted by Oil and Euro

[Bloomberg] ECB's Hansson Says Bond Purchases Could End After September

[Bloomberg] China’s Central Bank Boosts Injections to the Most in Two Months

[CNBC] Billionaire Sam Zell sees 'irrational exuberance' in the stock market and holds mostly cash

[WSJ] Battle Stations: U.S. and China Prepare for Trade Clash of the Titans

[WSJ] A Month-Long Trading Halt? China’s HNA Group Keeps Investors Guessing

[FT] China disrupts global companies’ web access as censorship bites