Friday, January 26, 2018

Friday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rise to Records on Earnings as Dollar Falls: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Bankers, Policy Makers at Davos Revel in ‘Sweet Spot’ Economy

[Bloomberg] BOJ Says Kuroda Didn't Revise Inflation Outlook in Davos Remark

[Bloomberg] Illinois Ponders Pension-Fund Moonshot: a $107 Billion Bond Sale

[Bloomberg] Buying a Home in San Francisco Is About to Get Even Harder

[WSJ] Lured by Market Records and Hot Bets, Individual Investors Finally Dive In

[FT] Donald Trump in Davos: dollar talk adds to fears of trade war

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Dollar Stays Lower After GDP, Trump; Stocks Gain: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] World stocks party like its '99, dollar wilts again

[Bloomberg] U.S. GDP Grows Below-Forecast 2.6% on Trade, Inventory Drags

[Bloomberg] Trump warns Davos on unfair trade, says U.S. 'open for business'

[CNBC] Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says stronger dollar is in the best interest of the country

[Bloomberg] HNA's Week of Woe in Bond Market Shows Debt Concerns Spreading

[Reuters] BoJ's Kuroda says inflationary expectations picking up slightly

[Bloomberg] Biggest Stock Sell Signal Since 2013 Sparked by Record Inflows

[CNBC] I see 'irrational complacency' in Davos, and asset 'bubbles everywhere' — billionaire Jeff Greene

[Bloomberg] Dell Technologies Considering IPO, Other Options, Sources Say

[Bloomberg] Japanese Inflation Continues Rising But 2% Target Is Still Far Off

[Reuters] Turkey's Erdogan says military operation to make big sweep east across Syria

[NYT] For Mnuchin, a Lesson in How Words Can Move Markets