Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Tuesday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Surge, Bonds Retreat as Risk-On Resumes: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] US names Chinese products under proposed tariffs, including robotics, information tech and aerospace

[Bloomberg] No Ongoing White House Talks About Amazon Action, Sources Say

[Bloomberg] Libor Keeps Rattling U.S. Stocks Even After Debut of Its Replacement

[Bloomberg] Borrowers Lose Leverage as Corporate Bond Buyers Grab the Reins

[Bloomberg] New York Fed Names John Williams as Its Next President

[CNBC] Fed's Brainard warns about high asset prices even after the stock correction

[CNBC] Donald Trump's tweets can't hurt Amazon, but here's how the government could crack down

[Bloomberg] It’s So Bad in Illinois Its Bonds Pay Like a Reviled Jersey Mall

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rebound in Volatile Trading; Bonds Decline: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] China to Respond to New U.S. Duties With ‘Same Scale, Intensity’

[Reuters] China imposed tariffs on U.S. products to 'balance losses': state media

[Bloomberg] Trump Pushing for Preliminary Nafta Deal by Mid-April, Sources Say

[Bloomberg] China’s Big Banks Are Turning to Short-Term Financing

[Bloomberg] Bond Market Has A $745 Billion Bet Against the Dollar

[Bloomberg] Panic Buying Turns to Panic Selling as Fast Money Cashes Out

[Bloomberg] Gold Is Heading to $1,400 If Trade War Breaks Out, According to Sprott

[Reuters] Kuroda says the Bank of Japan is talking about an exit from its huge stimulus program

[Reuters] New York Fed launches U.S. Libor contender, slow takeup seen

[Bloomberg] Manhattan Home Sales Tumble Most Since 2009 as Buyers Push Back

[Reuters] China's banking regulator inspects large client loans

[Reuters] Taiwan, China spar over Taiwan premier's independence remarks

[NYT] Looming China Trade Action Divides Industry and Roils Markets

[WSJ] The Fuel Powering Corporate America: $2.4 Trillion in Private Fundraising

[FT] Momentum turns against Wall Street’s bull run

[FT] European Central Bank’s marathon man moves to front of the pack