Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks to Drop; Dollar Gains as Yields Rise: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Mixed, Treasuries Slip Amid Auctions: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Pays Up to Auction $179 Billion of Debt in a Span of Hours

[Reuters] U.S. short-term borrowing costs rise to highest since 2008

[Bloomberg] The U.S. 10-Year Looks Poised to Cross a Red Line This Week

[Bloomberg] How Japan's Central Bank Policy Is Driving Speculation About Stimulus

[WSJ] Public Pensions Are Still Betting More Than Half of All Assets on Stocks

[FT] US companies might be liquidating their offshore bond hoards

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Decline With Treasuries, Dollar Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Treasury $258 Billion Bond Auction Is Hogging All the Attention

[Bloomberg] Fed Minutes May Give Clues to 2018 Interest Rate Word Puzzle

[Bloomberg] A Diversified Portfolio May Not Help Investors Much This Year

[Bloomberg] Morgan Stanley Says Stock Slide Was Appetizer for Real Deal

[Bloomberg] BOJ Likely to Stay on `Virtual Normalization' Path, Kiuchi Says

[Reuters] Restive bond markets may complicate ECB's exit plans

[Bloomberg] Is the End Near for Japan’s Huge Monetary Stimulus Experiment?: QuickTake

[Bloomberg] Latvian Central Banker Fires Back in Deepening Corruption Scandal

[Bloomberg] Bears Circle India Stocks as $2 Billion Fraud Damps Mood: Chart

[WSJ] Reinsurers Hit by Catastrophe Losses, Rising Competition