Friday, February 16, 2018

Friday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rebound to Best Weekly Gain Since 2013: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Volatility Wave Washed Over Credit Markets—Now Another Test

[Bloomberg] U.S. Signals New Trade Blow With Metal Tariff Proposals

[Reuters] Stock volatility: back with a bang and here to stay

[CNBC] Major apartment developer: 'There is an acute crisis headed our way'

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Fluctuate as Treasuries, Dollar Gain: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Housing Starts Reach Highest Level in More Than a Year

[CNBC] US import prices rise more than expected in January

[Bloomberg] Cracks Appear in Credit Funds as Investors Head for the Exit

[Reuters] Japan government reappoints Kuroda as BOJ chief, picks reflationist academic as deputy

[Bloomberg] Bond Investors Pull $14.1 Billion From Global Debt Funds

[Bloomberg] Powell Seeks to Bury Era of Fed ‘Barons’

[Bloomberg] ECB's Coeure Expects Talks Soon on Policy Wording for Stimulus

[Bloomberg] High-Yield Bond Sales Stumble in Europe and May Fall Further

[Bloomberg] One of India's Richest Men Allegedly Executed a $2 Billion Fraud

[CNBC] Mapping out China's Belt and Road Initiative

[Bloomberg] Tillerson Says U.S.-Turkish Ties Have Reached a ‘Crisis Point’

[WSJ] Cohn Downplays Concerns Over Rising Inflation, Bond Yields

[WSJ] Stocks Are Moving in Tandem. That Can Be Scary

[FT] Worries over interest rates spread to junk bond funds

[FT] A former Fed insider explains the internal debate over QE3