Sunday, January 21, 2018

Sunday Evening Links

[Reuters] U.S. stock index futures dip after government shutdown continues

[Bloomberg] Euro Gains, Dollar Slips as Politics Dominates: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Global stocks, dollar sag after U.S. government shutdown

[Politico] Shutdown breakthrough eludes Senate

[Bloomberg] World Inequality Grows Amid Glut of New Billionaires, Oxfam Says

[Reuters] China's top paper says U.S. forcing China to accelerate South China Sea deployments

[WSJ] Senate Pushes to End Budget Standoff as Government Shutdown Continues

[WSJ] What the Shutdown Says About U.S. Politics in 2018

[FT] Appetite for junk bonds sparks exposure warnings

[FT] China: market bulls beat the short sellers — for now

Sunday's News Links

[The Hill] Playing blame game over shutdown springs both parties in the hot seat

[Politico] Moderates move to break shutdown logjam

[CNN] White House targets filibuster, calls for 'nuclear option' as shutdown enters day 2

[CNBC] High-tax states plan workarounds to the federal SALT deduction

[Reuters] Oil producers will cooperate beyond 2018, says Saudi Arabia

[Reuters] Turkish forces push into Syria, Kurdish militia says attacks repulsed

[Asia Times] Fears grow over Chinese investors snared in $11 billion fraud probe

[WSJ] Lawmakers Struggle to Find Compromise as Government Shutdown Continues

[WSJ] China to Be Focus of U.S. Trade Policy This Year, White House Says

[FT] US banks suffer 20% jump in credit card losses