Sunday, May 6, 2018

Monday's News Links

[BloombergQ] Dollar Advances With Stocks; Oil Extends Gain: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] U.S. oil cracks $70, dollar heads towards 2018 high

[Reuters] NAFTA talks enter critical week with U.S. still pushing hard line

[Reuters] Dollar surge bringing emerging market rate cut cycle to a halt

[Bloomberg] China's trade imbalance with U.S. a long-term problem, says central bank governor: Caixin

[BloombergQ] Libor Refuses to Die, Setting Up $370 Trillion Benchmark Battle

[BloombergQ] Fed's Williams, Dudley Stress Soft Ceiling on Inflation Goal

[BloombergQ] ECB Warns on Trade Tensions as Euro-Zone Economy Falters

[BloombergQ] Central Banks Lack Tools To Boost Inflation, Raghuram Rajan Says

[BloombergQ] China Is Quietly Setting Global Standards

[NYT] As Putin Begins 4th Term, Inauguration Highlights His Vast Power

[WSJ] Unemployment Plunge Raises Stakes in Fed’s Goldilocks Conundrum

[WSJ] State Budgets Get Lift From Economy, Tax Bill

[WSJ] Turkey Faces an Intensifying Storm

[FT] Long lending boom will be a test of ‘shadow’ finance

Sunday's News Links

[CNBC] Asian shares poised for positive start after strong gains on Wall Street

[NYT/CNBC] US-China trade talks end with strong demands, but few signs of a deal

[Reuters] Fed's Quarles says paying 'a lot' of attention to spread of machine learning in finance

[CNN] Iran warns US abandoning nuclear deal would be 'historic mistake'

[WSJ] Stocks and Bonds Are Going Nowhere Fast, Stranding Investors

[FT] Emerging market investors braced for turbulence

[FT] Living Marxism: the Chinese Communist party reasserts control