Friday, February 2, 2018

Friday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Dow Tumbles 665 Points as Rate Angst Sinks Bonds: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stock Volatility Spikes to Highest Since Election Day 2016

[Bloomberg] Pervasive Pain in Stock Meltdown as All 11 S&P Industries Plunge

[Bloomberg] Junk-Bond Selloff Erodes Investor Optimism

[Bloomberg] U.S. Wage Acceleration Looks Real, at Least in Certain Sectors

[Bloomberg] Williams Says Fed ‘Should Stick to’ Plan for Gradual Rate Hikes

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Drop With Treasuries After Jobs Data: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Added 200,000 Jobs in January; Wages Rise Most Since 2009

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Sentiment Tops Estimates on Jobs, Income Outlook

[CNBC] US 10-year Treasury yield jumps to 4-year high of 2.83% after jobs report

[Reuters] Dow futures drop 250 points as bond yields rise; jobs data eyed

[Bloomberg] European Stocks’ Stellar Start to Year Unravels in Sharp Selloff

[Bloomberg] Bitcoin Tumbles as Crypto Bubble Shows Signs of Bursting

[Bloomberg] Bond-Market Pain Reaches 30-Year Treasuries as Yield Breaches 3%

[Bloomberg] Deutsche Bank Investors See No Silver Lining After Results Slump

[Bloomberg] Wall Street Is Taking On More Risk Again

[Bloomberg] The Market's Goldilocks Era Is Nearing an End

[Bloomberg] Bank of America Sell Signal Rings Louder on Record Equity Inflow

[Bloomberg] Japan Authorities Raid Coincheck After $500 Million Heist

[WSJ] China Stocks Hit by Beijing’s Financial Clampdown

[FT] Economists warn of Trump deficit’s ‘dark trajectory’

[FT] Equity fund inflows hit record as stock market sees best January since 1987

[FT] Rallying euro helps to fuel worst week for German stocks since November 2016