Monday, April 16, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Get Boost From Earnings as Treasuries Fall: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Housing Starts Top Forecasts on Multifamily Construction

[Reuters] As trade spat grows, China hits U.S. sorghum imports with hefty deposit

[CNBC] Treasury Secretary Mnuchin: Trump tweet was 'warning shot' to China on currency

[Reuters] China cuts reserve requirement by 100 bps for most banks

[Bloomberg] China’s Economic Growth Remains Robust Amid Strong Retail Sales

[Reuters] China March industrial output up 6.0 percent, misses expectations, January-March investment growth slows

[Bloomberg] Euro-Area Engine Sputters as German Downturn Risk Sharpens

[Bloomberg] Draghi's High-Class Problem Rears Its Head as ECB Views Exit

[Bloomberg] Powell’s Inner Circle Takes Shape With Clarida as Fed’s No. 2

[Bloomberg] U.S. Cuts Off China's ZTE From American Tech for Seven Years

[Bloomberg] China May Be Set for Rare Property Defaults, Neuberger Says

[Reuters] Tech giants remain most crowded trade for third month running: BAML survey

[UK Telegraph] Macron warns of European 'civil war' over growing East-West divide

[NYT] China’s Economy Grows, and Its Trade Gap With the U.S. Widens

[FT] China adopts carrot-and-stick approach in trade dispute with US

[FT] Russia targeting millions of web users in west, warn US and UK

[FT] Political tides stymie European nations’ debt reduction efforts

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asia Stocks Head for Mixed Start; Dollar Slides: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Stocks Rally as Investors Turn Focus to Earnings: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] Trump to nominate economist Richard Clarida as Fed vice chair

[Reuters] Fed's Kaplan says he has no problem with being 'restrictive'

[Bloomberg] U.S. Libor Replacement, Two Weeks After Debut, Has Some Issues

[Bloomberg] Emerging Markets Have Had a Good Run. But Things May Get Bumpier

[Reuters] U.S., Britain blame Russia for global cyber attack