Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Tumble, Bonds No Haven as Selloff Worsens: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] VIX Securities Get Traded Like Crazy After Volatility Picks Up

[CNBC] Three events in the next 24 hours that could determine whether the sell-off continues

[Bloomberg] Trump’s Agenda Faces Tough Fiscal Reality After State of the Union

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Confidence Rose More Than Forecast in January

[Bloomberg] ECB's Knot Says QE May End With Short Taper After September

[Bloomberg] Getting Your Own Place? Buying Is Now Outpacing Renting in U.S.

[Bloomberg] Renaissance Hedge Fund Sees ‘Significant’ Risk of Correction

[Bloomberg] What Rich Millennials Want in a Luxury Home: 20,000 Square Feet

[WSJ] Homeownership Rate Rose in 2017 for First Time Since 2004

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop for a Second Day; Oil Declines: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] World stocks sucked under by bond market breakout

[Bloomberg] Health Stocks Fall After Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire Announce Health-Care Deal

[CNBC] Trump advisor Cohn: President to focus on $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan in State of the Union

[CNBC] Home prices surge to new high, up 6.2% in November

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Economy Posts Strong 2017 Finish Buoyed by ECB

[Bloomberg] HNA to Face $2.4 Billion Liquidity Crunch This Quarter

[Bloomberg] Most Foreign Companies Feel Less Welcome in China, AmCham Says

[Reuters] Microsoft issues update to disable Intel's buggy Spectre patch

[NYT] China Could Target U.S. Firms if Trump Levies Tariffs, Group Warns

[WSJ] Decade of Easy Cash Turns Bond Market Upside Down

[FT] US IPO market has strongest start to year on record