Monday, March 12, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Pare Gains After Tame Inflation Report: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Inflation Picked Up in February Without Any Big Acceleration

[Bloomberg] Trump Fires Tillerson, Names CIA’s Pompeo as Secretary of State

[Reuters] Conservative commentator Kudlow a contender to replace Cohn: source

[Bloomberg] Sea Change Is Underway in Money Markets for Banks, Investors

[CNBC] Real estate economist: Home prices are increasing twice as fast as income growth

[CNBC] It’s the 9th inning of the bull market — and there’s no chance of extra innings, David Rosenberg warns

[Bloomberg] Why Investors Can't Afford to Ignore China's Central Bank

[Bloomberg] Bond Buyers Start Separating Weak, Strong Asia Dollar Debt

[Bloomberg] China Creates Super Regulator for $43 Trillion Finance Industry

[Bloomberg] China Unveils 'Revolutionary' Plan to Give Communist Party Even More Power

[Bloomberg] Central Banks Are Looking for New Ways to Meet Inflation Targets

[CNBC] Russian military threatens action against the US in Syria

[WSJ] Time to Fret About the Bet on Debt

[WSJ] Don’t Mistake Market Calm for Being Out of the Woods

[FT] China revamps bureaucracies as Xi tightens grip

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Mixed Start Greets Asia Traders Ahead of Key Data: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Stocks Close Lower Before Inflation, Retail Data: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Trump blocks Broadcom-Qualcomm deal, citing national security concerns

[Bloomberg] U.S. Posts Biggest Budget Deficit Since 2012

[Reuters] U.S. inflation expectations rise: New York Fed survey

[CNBC] Companies are putting tax savings in the pockets of shareholders

[Bloomberg] Bond Market’s Most Feared Traders Threaten Treasuries Once Again