Thursday, April 26, 2018

Friday's News Links

[Bloomberg] Stocks Mixed Amid Earnings, Data; Dollar Advances: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] U.S. Growth Cools to 2.3% as Gains in Consumer Spending Ease

[Bloomberg] U.S. Private-Sector Wages Lodge Biggest Gain Since 2008

[Bloomberg] U.S. Consumer Sentiment Exceeds Forecast on View of Finances

[Reuters] Exclusive: U.S. considers tightening grip on China ties to Corporate America

[Bloomberg] BOJ Maintains Stimulus While Removing Language on Timing of 2%

[Bloomberg] Fearing the Fed, Credit Investors Are Buying More Junk Instead

[Bloomberg] Europe's Big Debt Drama Enters Finale as Clock Ticks for Greece

[CNBC] Korean leaders plan an end to war and 'complete denuclearization'

[WSJ] Companies Feel the Impact of Rising Oil Prices

[WSJ] Bank of Japan Ditches Inflation Target Date

[WSJ] Stock Funds Suffering Big Outflows as Rattled Investors Rush to the Exits

[FT] This is a tech bubble, when's the crash?

Thursday Evening Links

[Reuters] Wall Street gains on strong earnings, tech resurgence

[CNBC] Amazon jumps after smashing earnings

[Bloomberg] Mnuchin's Treasury Poised to Rev Up Supply as Budget Gap Widens

[Reuters] White House adviser Kudlow says China trade talks 'long process'

[CNBC] With debt at $21 trillion and growing, ratings agencies still give US highest marks

[Reuters] Understanding Kim: Inside the U.S. effort to profile the secretive North Korean leader

[NYT] Mexican Election Could End the Welcome for U.S. Oil Giants

[FT] Resurgent dollar hits EM carry trade favourites

[FT] Chinese and US bond yields converge