Monday, March 12, 2018

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

Monday's News Link

[Bloomberg] Stocks Climb on Upbeat Outlook; Dollar Declines: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Trump's Trade War and the $470 Billion Hit to the Global Economy

[Bloomberg] Bond Traders Haven't Been So Leery of U.S. Auctions Since the Crisis

[CNBC] On 10th anniversary of Bear Stearns' near collapse, Senate pushes to rewrite financial regulation

[Bloomberg] Emerging-Market Investors Face a Week of Tumult as Trade War Looms

[Bloomberg] Investors Brace for Inflation to Come Roaring Back

[Bloomberg] Hedge Funds That Use AI Just Had Their Worst Month Ever

[Reuters] Private equity firms brace for downturn

[Bloomberg] London House Prices Are Dropping at the Fastest Pace Since 2009

[Bloomberg] Abe’s Government Under Fire as Japan Scandal Grips Inner Circle

[Bloomberg] The Communist Party's Influence Is Expanding — in China and Beyond

[WSJ] Investors, Worried About End of Goldilocks Market, Pare Back Riskier Bets

[WSJ] U.S. Trading Partners Seek Guidance on How to Avoid Tariffs

[FT] America v China: How trade wars become real wars