Thursday, March 15, 2018

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Higher on Brisk Factory Output: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Housing Starts Cooled in February After Robust January

[Bloomberg] U.S. Factory Output Rebounds in February and Exceeds Estimates

[Reuters] Trump's tariffs head for a legal minefield

[Bloomberg] The World Economy Risks Turning Too Hot to Handle

[CNBC] Investors just pumped the most money ever into stock funds for a single week

[Reuters] Unexpected euro zone slack could slow inflation rebound: ECB's Praet

[Reuters] Russia to expel UK diplomats as crisis over nerve toxin attack deepens

[Bloomberg] Russian Hackers Attacking U.S. Power Grid and Aviation, FBI Warns

[Reuters] U.S. hints at shift on Russia with sanctions and condemnation

[FT] The greed-fear cycle is alive and kicking

[FT] Transatlantic divide spills over at derivatives summit

Thursday Afternoon Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed Before Next Week's Fed Rate Report: Markets Wrap

[The Hill] Mueller subpoenas Trump Organization: report

[Bloomberg] ‘King Dollar’ Kudlow Is Fighting a Tide of Bearish Greenback Wagers

[Bloomberg] China's Holdings of U.S. Treasuries Drop to Six-Month Low

[Bloomberg] Risk Parity Is the Weak Hand in Markets ‘Tethered’ to Volatility

[CNBC] Get ready to hear a lot more from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell than his predecessors

[CNBC] Homeowners gained an average of $15,000 in home equity last year – or $908 billion in total

[Bloomberg] JPMorgan Moves Closer to Urging a Rotation Away From Equities

[BBC] Saudi Arabia pledges to create a nuclear bomb if Iran does