Thursday, April 19, 2018

Thursday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Asian Stocks Set to Slip; Bond Sell-Off Deepens: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Tobacco and tech drag on Wall Street; yields boost banks

[Bloomberg] U.S. Weighs Emergency Powers to Curb Tech Investments by China

[Bloomberg] Bond Traders Refocus on 3% U.S. Yield as Inflation Bets Mount

[CNBC] Home prices just took the biggest jump in four years

[CNBC] What's behind the big commodities rally, and why it could be just getting started

[Bloomberg] Commodities Shoulder the Blame for Hits to Treasuries and Stocks

[Reuters] BOJ Kuroda steps up warning on protectionism as risk to Japan's recovery

[Reuters] Iran warns of 'unpleasant' response if U.S. drops nuclear deal: TV

[NYT] A.I. Researchers Are Making More Than $1 Million, Even at a Nonprofit

[FT] Government bond market sell-off accelerates

[FT] Treasury sell-off deepens despite equity weakness

[FT] Hong Kong’s currency intervention offers taste of what is to come

Thursday's News Links

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[Bloomberg] Commodities Rally as Metals Surge; Bonds Slide: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Oil near late-2014 highs as Saudi pushes for higher prices, U.S. crude stocks decline

[Reuters] Fed governor Brainard says 'premature' to revisit liquidity, capital rules

[Reuters] China says it's ready to deal with any fallout from trade row with US

[CNBC] Global debt is at historic highs and governments should start cutting levels now, the IMF says

[Bloomberg] VIX Rigging Talk Erupts on Wall Street After Another Wild Swing

[Axios] U.S. panics over China tech threat

[Reuters] China carries out live fire drills, unclear if aimed at Taiwan

[WSJ] Flattening Yield Curve Raises Warning Flag

[FT] IMF sounds alarm on excessive global borrowing

[FT] Markets warm to the prospect of four Fed rate rises this year

[FT] Young buyers are being priced out of global city property

[FT] Brazil’s weaker currency suggests fading of carry trade appeal