Thursday, February 8, 2018

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Erase Gains; Treasuries Decline: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Chinese stocks crushed as 'bulls kill bulls' in exit stampede

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stock-Index Futures Fluctuate as Week of Woe Draws to Close

[Bloomberg] Oil Drops Toward $60 as Risk-Asset Rout Inflames Supply Fears

[Bloomberg] Congress Passes Delayed Budget Deal Ending Hours-Long Shutdown

[CNBC] US stock funds suffer record outflows of $23.9 billion

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds Had Necks Out as Waves of Selling Hammered Stocks

[Bloomberg] Jim Rogers Says Next Bear Market Will Be Worst in His Life

[Bloomberg] Junk Bonds Are Starting to Crack as Stock Selloff Persists

[Bloomberg] A New Breed of Fracking Quakes Emerges

[Reuters] U.S. budget deal sets up wider fight over deficits, immigration

[Bloomberg] How China Is About to Shake Up the Oil Futures Market

[Reuters] China says U.S. bill on Taiwan ties threatens stability

[WSJ] New Worry for CEOs: Rising Costs From Metals to Meat

[FT] The corporate debt problem refuses to recede

[FT] China draws up trade retaliation options against US

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Hit Two-Month Low as Rate-Hike Fears Return: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Fed's Dudley: Market drop is 'small potatoes,' economy still strong, rates going up

[Bloomberg] Junk Bond ETFs Sink to Lowest Since 2016

[Bloomberg] Haven Assets Are Holding Up as Stocks Continue Weekly Tumble

[CNBC] As shutdown clock ticks down, Paul Ryan thinks the House won't sink major budget deal

[Bloomberg] HNA Group Puts $4 Billion of U.S. Properties on the Market