Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Thursday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Rebound, Dollar Stumbles With Yields: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] ECB Keeps Guidance Change on the Radar for First Half of 2018

[Reuters] U.S. Treasury official slams China's 'non-market behavior'

[CNBC] Art Cashin: Once the 10-year yield hits 3% 'all hell' could break loose

[MarketWatch] The stock market faces a massive headwind in 2018: a lack of new money

[Bloomberg] China's VIX Goes Dark as Government Clamps Down on Options

[Bloomberg] Indian Bonds Slide Most in 3 Weeks as Minutes Show Hawkish Tilt

[CNBC] Global smartphone sales fell for the first time in more than a decade

[NYT] Fed Officials Say Economy Is Ready for Higher Rates

[WSJ] Why America Is Going Broke

[FT] ECB minutes highlight policymakers’ fears over currency wars

[FT] Rising tide of debt to hit rich countries’ budgets, warns OECD

[FT] How the alleged Punjab National Bank fraud unfolded

[FT] Chinese companies halt trading to unwind risky stock loans

[FT] Complacency about the Fed is a habit investors must kick

Wednesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Slip With U.S. Futures, Dollar Gains: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Stocks Turn Lower, Dollar Rises After Fed Minutes: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] 10-year Treasury yield jumps to 4-year high after Fed minutes

[Bloomberg] Fed Minutes Show Confidence Improving on Growth, Price Outlook

[CNBC] Fed minutes: All signs pointing to more rate hikes ahead

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Guide to Trading When 10-Year Treasury Yields Hit 3%

[Bloomberg] Treasury Won't Ditch Post-Crisis Plan for Big-Bank Failures

[CNBC] Homeownership is increasingly for the wealthy, according to the latest sales data

[Bloomberg] As Treasury Pain Drags On, China Bond Traders Lick Their Wounds

[Bloomberg] Carney Says More BOE Rate Hikes Ahead, Stays Vague on Timing

[Bloomberg] Russia's Central Bank Gold Hoard Is Now Bigger Than China's

[Bloomberg] Einhorn Says Greenlight Underperformance Is Worst Since 2000

[WSJ] Fed Officials Marked Up Growth, Inflation Outlook in January