Sunday, April 1, 2018

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Tumble on Tech Rout as Support Levels Fail: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Extends Rally After U.S. Rigs Decline as Iran Risks Persist

[Bloomberg] Quarter Begins With Investors Asking One Thing: Is Nowhere Safe?

[Reuters] Trump to unveil China tariff list this week, targeting tech goods

[Bloomberg] Rising Rates Sounding Alarm Bells for Debt-Laden U.S. Consumers

[Bloomberg] Americans' Urge to Splurge Starting to Make Inflation Hawks Edgy

[Bloomberg] Subprime New-Car Buyers Suddenly Go Missing From U.S. Showrooms

[Bloomberg] Japanese Businesses Plan More Investment Even as Sentiment Slips

[Bloomberg] China to Trial CDRs, Startup Listings to Lure Tech Firms Home

[WSJ] China Retaliates Against Trump Tariffs With Duties on American Meat and Fruit

[FT] China’s P2P lenders brace for renewed regulatory crackdown

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Set for Muted Start to Second Quarter: Markets Wrap

[AP] China announces it's imposing new tariffs on 128 US products

[Bloomberg] China's Response to U.S. Metals Tariffs Goes Into Effect Monday

[Reuters] China March factory growth stronger than expected-official PMI

[CNBC] The market is ‘right in the eye of the storm,’ and two charts show dark clouds ahead, says Bank of America analyst

[Bloomberg] SocGen Warns of Late-Cycle Volatility Bursts in Months Ahead

[WSJ] These Developing Countries Are Getting Old Before They Get Rich, With Dire Consequences

Sunday's News Links

[MarketWatch] Cash-out mortgage refis are back — will homes become ATMs again?

[WSJ] Investors Continue to Abandon Risky Bond Funds

[FT] Emerging market investors turn cautious on booming debt sales