Monday, April 30, 2018

Tuesday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Start May Lower, With Eyes on Apple: Markets Wrap

[Bloomberg] Oil Slides While Traders Await Trump Decision on Iran Accord

[Reuters] Fed likely to keep rates steady; investors bet on June hike

[Reuters] Trump delays metal tariffs on Canada, EU, Mexico, exempts some others

[Bloomberg] Forget 3%. That Amazing Bull Run in Treasuries Ended Years Ago

[Bloomberg] These Assets Are in Firing Line If Treasury Yields Rise Further

[Reuters] February volatility 'hurricane' upended VIX-linked trading

[Reuters] Senator Rubio says US workers get little benefit from tax reform: Report

[NYT] White House Considers Restricting Chinese Researchers Over Espionage Fears

[FT] Federal Reserve increases pace of balance-sheet reduction

[FT] Wrongfooted dollar traders brace for Fed hawkishness

[FT] New correlations spell concern for bond and equity investors

[FT] The AI arms race: China and US compete to dominate big data

[FT] Has economics failed?

Monday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Stock Losses Deepen as Techs, Drugmakers Falter: Markets Wrap

[CNBC] The Fed is about to get more aggressive, and 'collateral damage' may ensue

[Bloomberg] The U.S. Just Borrowed $488 Billion, a Record High for the First Quarter

[Bloomberg] Tire Plunge Shows ‘No Margin for Error’ in U.S. Junk Bond Market

[CNBC] Computer engineers now make up a quarter of Goldman Sachs' workforce

[CNBC] China's HNA isn't buying Scaramucci's SkyBridge, after all: Report

[WSJ] How Bad Is the Labor Shortage? Cities Will Pay You to Move There

[FT] Merger mania whips up $120bn of tie-ups in just one day